Glass House Farms – Lilac Diesel

Jars for Blue Dream, Hella Jelly, Lilac Diesel and Cherry AK strains have strong yellows for Sativa Dominant.

Lilac Diesel – Glass House Farms

Lineage: Lilac Diesel is a Sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain that is created from a cross between the strains Forum Cookies and Tahoe Alien. This unique combination results in an aromatic, flavorful bud with uplifting and creative effects.

Aroma and Flavor: As its name suggests, Lilac Diesel has a strong, distinct aroma that is reminiscent of fresh lilacs combined with a diesel-like fueliness. When smoked or vaporized, the flavor profile remains consistent, offering a sweet yet earthy taste with undertones of fuel.

Effects: This strain is known to provide cerebral and uplifting effects that can inspire creativity and focus while also promoting relaxation without causing couch-lock. Many consumers report feeling energized and motivated after using Lilac Diesel, making it a great choice for daytime use or creative projects.

Growing: This strain has a flowering time of about 9 to 10 weeks and produces an abundant yield, making it a popular choice for both home growers and commercial cultivators.

THC Content: Lilac Diesel typically contains moderate to high levels of THC, ranging from 18% to over 24%. This potency makes it an ideal choice for experienced consumers seeking a strong yet balanced high. However, novice users should exercise caution and start with small doses due to the strain’s potential for inducing anxiety or paranoia in some individuals.


  • Fatso
  • Blue Dream
  • Hella Jelly
  • Cherry AK
  • Lilac Diesel
  • Garlic Starship
  • Black Garlic Gelato
  • Platinum OG

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