Many of the original members of the Chemdawg genetic family share one common factor – no one knows where these strains come from, and no one truly knows what strains were used to breed many of these infamous strains. Many speculate that these strains were created by an East Coast breeder by crossing both Nepalese and Thai landrace strains, which explain the potency and remarkable persistence of these genetics. Chemdawg 91 is no exception to that rule, but it is heavily believed that it was created when a specific cut of the original Chemdawg was altered and bred with the notorious Skunk, which explains its’ pungent gas or diesel flavours. As a hybrid, Chemdawg 91 can alter between being indica or sativa dominant, depending on the specific cut, but its’ superb THC concentrations never waver, regularly testing around 22% and higher. This hybrid offers both medicinal and recreational users plenty of benefits, as its’ range of effects cover the whole spectrum. Users initially report the high to be cerebral and accompanied by a feeling of euphoria that is refreshing and intuitive. Upon the come down, the indica side of Chemdawg 91 shines bright, as its’ high eases users into a relaxed state that loosens the body and eases the mind, making it a great night-time stress reliever. Chemdawg 91 is known for its’ distinct terpene profile that is earthy and pine-like, while the gas and diesel undertones make for a smooth and enjoyable smoking experience. The distinct earthy and gas flavours of this strain have been passed on to many famous and recognizable strains such as Sour Diesel and OG Kush.