Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: At first I thought it was just a good-tasting strain, but weak on potency, until the high hit me 15 minutes later, causing a sensational body stone that slowly and delicately lulled me to sleep. Great for insomnia without couch-locking you.
These buds resemble their LA mother a lot, with light-green, almost 3-dimensional buds that have bright, orange pistils. They reek of spicy, citrus and have an effect that will surprise you with its potency.
One of the only negative things growers have to say about Connie Chung is that she tends to have phenotypes that vary greatly in terms of flowering times, but not height or indica/sativa. Instead, some phenotypes turn out to have a flowering time much longer than 10 weeks, at which point the THC will reduce at a much faster rate than most other strains. She’s a good yielder and is recommended for the Sea of Green method, where she has the potential to yield 3 ½ lbs/sq. yard. Look for this strain wherever you go, in clone, seed or bud form.