A couple of buds of cannabis flower sit on a white background surrounded by fruits which have the same terpenes: mango, lemon, cloves, parsley, and a bay leaf. A couple of buds of cannabis flower sit on a white background surrounded by fruits which have the same terpenes: mango, lemon, cloves, parsley, and a bay leaf.

Super Sativa: An In-Depth Look at In The Flow’s Chemmy Jones

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What is Chemmy Jones?

Chemmy Jones is a super sativa cannabis strain, which was made famous by In The Flow, a values-driven, family-owned boutique cannabis cultivator from Boulder, Colorado. With their knowledge and guidance, we have begun growing their strains in Arkansas. We started out growing nine strains, and one of the class favorites is definitely the super sativa Chemmy Jones!

Other growers cultivate Chemmy Jones, however, In The Flow has a particularly good cut of the strain. The growers at In The Flow pride themselves on being observant, and it's this careful attention to detail that makes Chemmy Jones by In The Flow so special compared to other sativa cannabis strains.

With its uplifting, cerebral effects, mellow body high, and high testing terpene and THC percentages, Chemmy Jones is an excellent cannabis strain for medical marijuana patients.

Chemmy Jones Strain Information

With famous ancestors consisting of cannabis strains Oriental Express, East Coast Sour Diesel, and OG Kush, it's no surprise that Chemmy Jones is a very potent sativa with a plethora of health benefits. Hailing from the legendary cannabis strains Chemdawg D and Casey Jones, Chemmy Jones is a sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain that produces strong results thanks to its high potency of cannabinoids and terpenes.

The Chemmy Jones marijuana plant announces itself from afar with a distinctive stank as it has the pungent diesel smell of Chemdawg, balanced by Casey Jones' floral notes. Many say the prominent smell of Chemmy Jones is a chemical/diesel fragrance that some liken to the smell of mothballs. Diesel isn't the only aroma, however. Tropical and sweet notes can also be detected to round out this fragrant profile.

The Chemmy Jones plant produces dense, dark green buds with wiry orange hairs and a thick coat of trichomes.

Appearance and Aroma: Chemmy Jones Cosmetics

When it comes to the cannabis plant, Chemmy Jones typically has bright green marijuana leaves, while the buds are dark olive to forest green with a thick white dusting of trichome resin. Wiry orange hairs can be seen throughout its thick, dense flowers.

The Source cannabis dispensary in Rogers, Arkansas grows In The Flow boutique cannabis. Their first harvest of cult classic Chemmy Jones yielded results above 25% THC!

Chemmy Jones Awards

The cannabis plant Chemmy Jones is a cult classic of In The Flow boutique cannabis and has most recently been rated as one of High Times' best weed strains, taking home 3rd place in the Sativa Flower category at the 2022 Colorado Cannabis Cup: People's Choice Edition. In the past, In The Flow's Chemmy Jones strain has received the Overall Champion at the 2017 Connoisseur Cup and the 1st Place Sativa at the 2018 Connoisseur Cup.

A trophy with a snake with marijuana leaves for wings. The trophy is filled with cannabis flower. The graphic is awarding 3rd place sativa flower to In The Flow for Chemmy Jones. The cannabis cup by High Times in Colorado.

Chemmy Jones Effects

Chemmy Jones' hybrid genetics and extensive terpene profile give it the best of both worlds. This sativa-dominant flower delivers an uplifting and functional high, making it an excellent choice for a daytime smoke sesh. It has been shown to help relieve chronic pain and ease anxious thoughts, as well as provide a soothing body high that is accompanied by invigorating energy and productive creativity.

Common descriptions of Chemmy Jones' effects include:

  • Euphoric
  • Joyful
  • Uplifting
  • Energetic
  • Cerebral

Chemmy Jones is an excellent cannabis sativa strain with many potential health benefits in helping treat depression, anxiety, chronic pain, inflammation, and digestive issues.  

Take note that too much Chemmy Jones can cause paranoia, especially for new users. A little bit of Chemmy Jones goes a long way, as it has been shown to produce high concentrations of THC.

Terpenes over THC: Chemmy Jones’ Bouquet of Terps

You know those fantastic smells you love wafting off your cannabis? Those are terpenes. Terpenes are the aromatic oils found in marijuana that give the various cannabis strains their distinctive aromas and flavors. Why does this matter, you may ask? Besides their aromatic qualities, terpenes also have therapeutic properties which help provide medical cannabis patients with many medicinal and healing benefits. Terpenes play with the other plant compounds found in cannabis, enhancing the effects of a cannabis strain through a process known as the Entourage Effect. So the kind of terpenes found in your cannabis is important!

Cannabis terpenes vary from strain to strain, but they can also vary from batch to batch, with where the marijuana plant is grown significantly impacting the terpene profile. For example, the most dominant cannabis terpenes found in the Colorado-grown Chemmy Jones cannabis plant are myrcene, β-caryophyllene, linalool, limonene, and α-pinene. However, our first harvest here at our cannabis dispensary in Arkansas yielded terpene dominance of myrcene,  β-caryophyllene, limonene, humulene, linalool, and the rare terpene, eucalyptol.

An infographic lists the top 6 terpenes in the cannabis strain Chemmy Jones by In The Flow and The Source. The terpenes listed are myrcene, caryophyllene, limonene, humulene, linalool, and eucalyptol.
Our first harvest of Chemmy Jones tested at 3.0% terpenes, making it the cannabis strain with the highest concentration of terpenes that we currently grow at The Source.


Myrcene is the most common terpene produced by cannabis plants, with its aromatic compounds consisting of herbal, musk, cloves, and citrus. Besides various marijuana strains, myrcene can be naturally found in other plants, such as parsley, hops, citrus, mango, bay leaves, lemongrass, and eucalyptus.

Typically known for its “couch-lock” effect, the terpene myrcene is classic to more indica-dominant cannabis strains. Known as the stoner's favorite, myrcene increases our brain's ability to soak up more THC by reducing the resistance of the blood-brain barrier. It is an ideal terpene for treating conditions such as insomnia and chronic pain due to its relaxing and sedative nature. Other therapeutic properties of myrcene include antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, and anti-diabetic.


Caryophyllene is the only terpene known to interact with the endocannabinoid system. It produces a spicy aroma and is commonly found in other plants, such as Thai basil and cloves, as well as cinnamon and black pepper. Fun fact: caryophyllene is a terpene often used in chewing gum recipes.

The terpene caryophyllene is known for various medicinal benefits, including providing tension relief and calming effects. Studies have shown that cannabis strains high in caryophyllene may provide several potential health benefits for many medical issues, such as arthritis, neuropathic pain, gastrointestinal disorders including ulcers, and autoimmune diseases.


Limonene is another prevalent terpene found in cannabis, as well as other plants like rosemary, juniper, and peppermint. It generates a powerful citrus aroma and is the dominant terpene found in citrus fruits such as lemons, limes, and oranges. It is a common ingredient used in cleaning formulas due to its refreshing smell and antibacterial properties.  

Limonene has been found to energize, have mood-altering effects, and help relieve stress. It is an antifungal, and other plants use it as a natural insecticide to ward off predators. The terpene limonene may provide potential health benefits in protecting against cancer and has also been found to boost the immune system, aid in digestion, soothe acid reflux, and help with weight loss.


Humulene is a terpene close in nature to caryophyllene and was previously classified as a-caryophyllene. Like its close relative, the terpene humulene releases an earthy aroma, with other aromatic compounds consisting of wood, herbal hops, and spice. Humulene is commonly found in beer, as well as other plants like ginseng and sage. Like many terpenes, humulene is found to aid in relaxation and tension relief, contains antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and has shown medicinal properties of being anti-tumor and helping terminate cancer cells.


Linalool is the terpene that gives lavender and chamomile their soothing, floral scents. It is found in other plants like roses and basil and is often used in cleaning products, skincare, and cosmetics due to its antimicrobial properties. The terpene linalool may help ease anxiety with its calming effects and is commonly used in essential oils for these therapeutic qualities. It is known to produce an analgesic effect and sedative effect, help with sleep and seizures, and can act as an anti-inflammatory and antidepressant.


Eucalyptol is a rare terpene found in the marijuana plant and is also found in other plants such as eucalyptus trees, bay leaves, cardamom, tea tree, and sage. It produces a refreshing mint aroma and has a cooling effect. Studies have shown that the terpene eucalyptol has several potential health benefits and may help with sinus infections and chronic pain, as well as decrease blood pressure and improve cognitive function for those with dementia. It is a common ingredient found in many brands of mouthwash and cough suppressants and has been found to help improve breathing issues like asthma and act as an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic.

There are plenty of reasons why Chemmy Jones is a cult classic

Beyond being a strain that tests above 25% THC, Chemmy Jones is absolutely terptastic. It's got the look, feel, taste, and aroma, and we are happy to call it one of The Source's signature strains. Come in and shop for Chemmy Jones today! The Source is proud to be the only cannabis dispensary in Arkansas to cultivate and sell In The Flow boutique cannabis.

Budtender, Shaun Forrester, holds a jar of Chemmy Jones flower, available exclusively at The Source cannabis dispensary in Rogers, Arkansas.

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