Marijuana Jillybean Strain Review
|Strain name info:||Jillybean Marijuana Strain
Our Overall Rating: 4.5 out of 5 / Best known for: Tastes like jelly beans
|Origin / ancestry||Jillybean Type: Jillybean is a 40 % Indica and 60 % Sativa weed hybrid with THC levels that come up to 18 %. It is descended from:
Jillybean is a Sativa dominant weed with a medium-high level of THC bequeathed by parents Orange Velvet and Space Queen.
|Aromas, Flavors||Jillybean has fragrances and aromas which have been described thusly:
|May Relieve||Jillybean is both stimulating and relaxing. It can help with chronic pain and fatigue. It can also be an efficacious treatment for nausea.|
15 % to 18 %
|Indoor/Outdoor Yield||Jillybean grown indoors can yield about 8 ounces per square meter of growing room. Grown outside expect about 12 ounces per plant.|
|Flowering time||Jillybean weed will take nine or ten weeks to flower.|
|Harvest||Jillybean cannabis is ready for harvest in the latter days of September.|
|Disease resistance||Jillybean can fight off disease caused by mold, mildew, and mites.|
|Plant Height||Jillybean is a short plant, coming in at around 3 feet tall.|
|Adverse effects||The Jillybean weed is a Sativa dominant strain and can, therefore, cause panic in susceptible individuals.|
|Growing Difficulty||Jillybean is said by cultivators to be easy to grow.|
Origins, Genetics, History
Jillybean is a 40 % Indica and 60 % Sativa weed hybrid with THC levels that come up to 18 %. It is a child of the flavorful Orange Velvet and the hypnotic Space Queen. It is bred by MzJill Genetics and often comes with a purple tint to the leaves and buds.
Appearance and Smell
Jillybean is a short plant, growing about 3 feet high. What it lacks in yield, it makes up for in fruit flavor which comes from the terpene content. Terpenes are the substances that make lemons taste citrusy, and mangoes, mangoey. Terpenoids not only add flavor, but they also potentiate the effects of the CBD and THC. Jillybean is known for its bounty of diverse terpenes which make it taste like a bunch of many-flavored jellybeans.
The dried nugget of Jillybean weed is of many colors, like a bag of assorted jellybeans. Typically, it is a mix of purple and green buds, bright orange and yellow pistils, and snowy white trichomes. The purple is brought out by allowing the plant to experience slightly cooler temperatures at night so that cool air brings out the anthocyanins which color fall leaves. The bright colors blend with delicious flavors and make Jillybean a popular weed.
How to Grow Jillybean Cannabis Seeds or Cuttings
Growing weed from Jillybean cannabis seeds or cuttings is said by cultivators to be a relatively easy undertaking. If you’re going to be growing this plant indoors, start off with your 5-gallon buckets filled with organic soil and fertilizer like Flower Power. This plant will thrive in soil between 6.0 and 7.0 ph. You need to keep the soil moist but not soggy. Get some high discharge lamps and get that strong light focused on your leaves. If you use a grow tent, you can put reflective lining around the inside of the tent so that the light bounces back onto your plants and hits the leaves from every possible direction. Use a fan and an exhaust system to keep the air moving and dry. You might also invest in a humidity monitor to keep moisture levels down. Once your plants are ready to bloom, you can induce flowering by using a lighting schedule of 12 hours dark and 12 hours of light. During the later part of the growth cycle, you want to throw in a few days of cooler temperatures to bring out the purple tint on the leaves and buds. Now gather your bundles and hang them to dry. Once dried, you want to store your weed in darkened mason jars. You can also use the sophisticated storage system known as a Cannador. There is also a storage container called a CVault often combined with the Cannador because it contains technology that keeps a constant, perfect level of humidity, protecting your weed from light, mold, and mildew. Indoors, you will get about 8 ounces of gourmet Jillybean weed per square meter.
To grow Jillybean outdoors, you need an area that mimics a sunny, Mediterranean environment. It needs dry, crisp, clean air and rich organic soil. Keep your soil moist and you will reap a modest harvest at the end of September. You will get about 12 ounces of weed per plant.
Medicinal Marijuana Review / Focus on Chronic Nausea
Jillybean weed is a Sativa with up to 18 % THC. This makes it an important weapon against nausea. Nausea can be associated with many illnesses. It is one of the main symptoms of many diseases or one of the main experiences that occur in ‘sickness behavior’. Low mood, fatigue, and nausea are part of the body’s natural response to infection or other metabolic aberrations. Nausea prepares the body to expel chemicals or pathogens which might be the cause of illness. However, in some cases, nausea becomes chronic and can be dangerous in and of itself. This can happen in a condition called Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome, often associated with dysautonomia. However, intractable nausea is most well-known as a side effect of chemotherapy treatment for cancer. Many of the cytotoxic medicines used to treat cancer will cause severe and continuous nausea. Weed had been recognized early as a powerful treatment for this kind of nausea.
Jillybean Weed Price
|Vendor: Diem Cannabis – Delivery
SE 3rd Ave, Portland, OR
Strain name: Dab Factory – Jillybean – Pull N Snap
|Vendor: Nectar – Hillsdale
4709 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Highway,
Strain name: Dark Chocolate Bar – Jillybean – Peak Extracts
This weed is a stimulating Sativa which does not go overboard. It will immediately lift your mood with the first fruit-flavored, sweet hit. You will feel pleasurable sensations and pain relief throughout the body. This weed will not make you feel heavy, fatigued, or couch-locked. You will be able to keep your motivation to be productive throughout your day. You will greatly enjoy and appreciate the jellybean flavor and the pleasant but not heavy-handed stimulation.
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