The legendary Chem Dawg was crossed with San Fernando Valley OG to create this sativa-dominant hybrid (sativa/indica ratio of roughly 70:30). Both these parents are potent indicas, and that power reportedly passed down to Chem Valley Kush. THC numbers have topped 23% in some tests, while CBD numbers appear to be very low, less than 1%. That means this strain shouldn’t be used as the only treatment for seizures or other disorders that can be alleviated with CBD. But Chem Valley Kush is an effective option for treating anxiety, low mood, chronic pain, and everyday stress. The high is powerful, cerebral, and euphoric, a great choice for daytime errands and social activities. Chem Valley Kush smells and tastes of pine needles, with notes of wood and soil. The bud is dark green and brown with a thick coating of resinous trichome crystals. Side effects aren’t widely reported, but could include paranoia, watery eyes, or cottonmouth. This strain can still be found in its home state, California, while it also sells on the medical markets in Colorado, Oregon, Arizona, and Michigan.