Super Lemon Haze From Golden State Patients Association (Hustle_Lifted)


Here’s another strong, heady sativa for ya!  –Tokeahontas

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Super Lemon Haze
Lemon Skunk x Super Silver Haze
Golden State Patients Association (Dispensary - Garden Grove, CA)
Sativa Dominant
$45/eighth or 4 grams for $50

WOW what a beauty!!  The trichomes just jump out at you.  Crazy production on this flower almost gives it that white and orange 50/50 bar look.  The light lime green is almost overshadowed.  Long rich orange pistils looked like they were out of control reaching out everywhere ready to apply a nice poison dose to any intruder.  This could have had a bit of a better trim, but the leafs that were left over were simply sugar coated, so I can understand why they stayed on board.

A marshmellow squishy candy is what it what it looked like, but there was a denser structure on the inside of these large silver dollar sized monsters that any connoisseur would be hunting in the forest for.


A heavy muskiness comes out first that reminds me of a that old school skunk.  That mixed up with a light lemon peel type of sour came in and rang the bell. I  gave her a squeeze to get a sense of what was going on inside and got my fingers kiefed up, but I did find a stronger lemon dose with a minty sweetness that was hiding out, mixed with a bit of a cheesy undertone.


As I pack up the B.Wilson slide I notice this bowl looks like a Easter basket with all these pastel colors.  After heating the wand I go in and get the SG revved up.

A creamy lemon tart skunk is my first thought, but after the second snap I get more of that hazy lemon cheese mix.  The aftertaste is a mash up of musky skunk left on the tongue.  I wasn’t getting much sweetness.  Instead, I found the lemon to be more of a cheesy lemon sour flavor.

Buzz Type:

Now I’m a big fan Of GSPA’s Super Silver Haze and the buzz it bring can be overwhelming at times (in a good way).  So I was hoping this was on par and I was not let down.  This was more of a clean head high that didn’t leave my in a cloud, but more of a focused uplifting high.  My mind was motivated and my body felt a slight energy buzz.  It wasn’t a heavy high but more of a mellow steady clean buzz that seemed to lift the fog out and help me stay alert.  I did get that little tingling feel around the ears and got my legs bouncing back and forth anytime I was sitting down.

Buzz Length:

A good hour and a half.


I will be back for this anytime it’s on the menu, just like the Super Silver Haze and Super Blueberry Haze as these cut are done to their full potential and have never left me unhappy.  If it wasn’t for Punto Rojo,  these would all be on the tops of my list sativa list.

The looks, smell and high are just soothing and seem to always put a smile on my mean mug.  I was taking the jar and just cracking it to get that odor and pull it out to just look at it.  I wish I had picked up more, but did savor the beauties I had while they lasted.  Very enjoyable in the morning for waking and baking or for those days you just needed a good pep talk to get you out of that bad mood.  Until next time Golden State, you never disappoint.
Hustle Lifted.

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15 Comments | Add Yours

  1. says:

    on Nov 29, 2012

    PUNTO ROJO! Stellar job Hustle, I got some of that SLH and the smoke is so smooth and fluffy with made flavor.

  2. says:

    on Nov 29, 2012

    This was absolute fire! Great job hustle

  3. says:

    on Nov 29, 2012


  4. says:

    on Nov 29, 2012

    Always love seeing amber trichs on sativas. I was looking INto growing slh, cuz it's such a heavy yielded. I was actually gonna buy the seeds last night. I think this re assured me I need to get em ASAP! Thanks :)

  5. says:

    on Nov 29, 2012

    Gotta love the SLH.

  6. says:

    on Nov 29, 2012

    awesome stuff Hustle!
    Looks a lot like the FIRE batch I reviewed in Nuggetry Mag#2
    That was some awesome herb, looks like yours was as well

  7. says:

    on Nov 29, 2012

    spot on review! this SLH was fire. i nursed my stash for as long as possible, cannot wait til it is back on the menu..

  8. says:

    on Nov 30, 2012

    haha I had smoke Punto Rojo ''the Original'' from the Hills Of Colombia for 20 years now,always the same high grade cannabis,fruity/mango/woody,Highland Sativa from Norther South America,power high,long last,there is something in the Tropical Sun thats explotdes this Weed

    Strain Hunters: [Many people try to grow the punto rojo indoors after collecting seeds and bringing them abroad but the potency can never by replicated,There is something in the sun that activates a whole diferent range of tarpenes and cannabinoids in the resin,and in combination with the rich Colombian soil its a very powerful is a combination of natural factors that ensures the top potency]

    • says:

      on Nov 30, 2012

      If Punto Rojo= "Columbian Red Gold", I had it in the late 70's, and it was indeed some of the best herb I've ever had. I won't forget it, because at the time I scored it, it was the centerfold of the current High Times. I saw the picture, and I'm like: "hey! I have that right here!" I can remember burning my fingers because I'd get so stoned I'd forget I was smoking a joint.

      • says:

        on Nov 30, 2012

        im with ya,and stills well preserve by isolated,the strain deep in the South West Colombian Region of Cauca by the NASA Indigenius Tribe

        • says:

          on Nov 30, 2012

          Not sure if it's the same, but I remember it being called "Santa Marta Red-Gold.

          • says:

            on Dec 4, 2012

            Santa Marta Gold aka colombian gold is from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (norther colombia:is a mountain with snow peak but in front of the caribbean sea,crazy right?) and the punto rojo is from Low Lands more deep south now a days,punto rojo in high lands is called punto morado(purple) whats you says seem like a cross between the 2 of them

  9. says:

    on Nov 30, 2012

    Me likes. Got some right now.

  10. says:

    on Dec 1, 2012

    nice review!

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