Jillybean

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Jillybean is a Sativa-leaning hybrid strain bred by the TGA Subcool Seeds, resulting from a cross between Space Queen and Orange Skunk.  Its genetics consist of 60% Sativa and 40% Indica, giving the energizing and sedating effects typical of pure Sativa cannabis strains. The strain became among the High Time’s Top 10 Strains of 2007 and was named the magazine’s best Sativa of 2014. This award-winning strain is mildly potent with a THC level of 18%.

Jillybean plants are typically short and bushy but with many lateral branches. At flowering, it usually attains a height of between 24 and 32 inches. It is distinguishable from other cannabis strains by its pointy shape. The buds are dense and rock-hard from top to bottom and forest green in color. It also appears shiny and frosted because of the thick layer of trichomes covering the bud, and you may also see flecks of gold.

Jillybean cannabis is grown from seeds. It takes between 56 and 63 days from germination to flower and mature for harvesting. When grown indoors, growers can expect about 1-1.1 oz per square foot. On the other hand, the yield can rise up to 12 oz per plant outdoors. You can get a better result if growth conditions are optimized, which is only possible when Jillybean is grown indoors.

Jillybean marijuana strain has the strongest taste that only experienced smokers can tolerate. It is characterized by intense citrus and orange flavors with notes of tropical fruits. A sweet taste might linger on your tongue long after the exhale. The aroma of this strain consists of a mix of mildew and mold. Experienced stoners can sense hints of citrus and sweet, bitter tropical.

The strains high can be uplifting and relaxing, with a sparkle of creativity as well as social stamina. It is an excellent energizing strain and is best paired with social events, eating, arts and crafts, and going out. Jillybean is a popular choice for patients with ADD, nausea, arthritis, chronic pain, fatigue, depression, etc.

Positive effects

  • Uplifting
  • Energizing
  • Sedating
  • Euphoric
  • Creativity-boosting

Adverse effects

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
  • Dizziness
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