Strain Integrity

From the OCS, ” Tweed Chemsicle is a sativa strain with high THC and minimal amounts of CBD. Its creamy, spicy and earthy flavour notes derive from its 91K and Chemdawg lineage.

Good Stuff from Tweed

Chemsicle by Tweed (Canopy Growth Corporation) packaged on August 23, 2023, cost $65.90 for 14 grams with 29.6% THC 4.71% Total Terpenes and a strong gassy floral chemical sour scent.  Our test amount was 026 gram.

With a surprising flavour and smoothness, Chemsicle’s “high” starts with a blissful euphoric “Hello.”  Over the first 15 minutes, Chemsicle increasing blissful intensity overwhelms our Senses with a Buzzy feel and Hazy focus.  Euphoria fills the Air.  While this is categorised as a Sativa, make no mistake the Indica expressions like body sedation and mental bliss are well represented.  Yep, this is a Banger.

In the great outdoors, Chemsicle delivered an impressive “high” with strong visual effects and an exciting euphorically busy mental ambiance.  Over the first hour, Chemsicle’s energetic cerebral euphoric “high” crushed Reality with time warping effectiveness … all for $4.65 a gram, or a $130 an Oz.  Crazy.

Activity pairing is best as a transformational boost (Strong) to Reality delivering a hyper blissful World.  Translated, Chemsicle will get you very “High.”  Try it.


Chemsicle by Tweed (Canopy Growth Corporation)

Chemsicle by Tweed (Canopy Growth Corporation) is a Review motivated by the OCS Reddit reviewers.  It it True,  This is Good Stuff.  Cheap too.  And, from Tweed.  Yep.

THC:  29.6%

Total Terpenes: 4.71% (beta Myrcene 2.67%, alpha Pinene 0.64%, beta Ocimene 0.41%)

Quality: 9.0

Intensity: 8.8

Duration: 8.7

Total:  8.83

Cost: $65.90 for 14 grams

Would we buy this again?  Yes. The Quality is definitely here.  For similar “highs,” Farm Gas, Jelly Breath, or Triple Burger?  But, this Chemsicle is a Cheap strong scented flower delivering an equally impactful “high.”

On an investment note, like all the major Canadian cannabis producers, Canopy is embarking on an Asset light model, which means getting rid of production facilities.  With products like Chemsicle, there may be a future for Tweed?