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Jillybean

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Jillybean strain helps with

  • 41% of people say it helps with Stress
  • 34% of people say it helps with Depression
  • 33% of people say it helps with Anxiety

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May 16, 2014
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Wonderful lemon/orange citrus and sweet Jelly bean flavor from start to finish.. Overindulging will leave you drowsy and starving. This strain is great for shoulder pain and muscle spasms. A great day time napper or bed time med.
August 10, 2011
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0.3 G in a vape. And after you finish the bowl. You start to feel a very sativa dominant effect. Uplifting, energetic, and happy emotions. As it begins to peak the sativa side starts fading out into a very strong indica side. All you want to-do is sleep or lay down. It crashes you down swiftly but gentle to an extent. It's hard to really explain. It's not like O.G. Kush how it crashs you down. But it's decent enough if you suffer from insomnia after your mood elevation. But mind you vaping is much different than smoking. 0.3 G in a vape is like smoking 0.6 G or so. Atleast from my own personal results from smoking similiar strains. Due to tolerance aswell, but I notice smoking new phenotypes kind of lower my tolerance rating. If I were to smoke a joint I would roll it about half a gram to 0.8 G. However with vaping all I need is about 0.25 to 0.3 G for a single dose session. And usually the samples are of "fire/dank/high grade" quality. Very keify samples. Properly cured and dried. Plus temps effect what cannabinoids you get, I put it at a higher temp to extract the CBD, if I set it to low temp to only extract THC, than I would have been only left with a sativa dominant side. I would say toking a nice J of this would be very uplifting to chill. Vaping atleast close to half a gram is an experience which will lead you to want to get out. But once you hit the peaking plateau you will wanna crash down and just chill out on the couch or a bed. Drowsiness occurs. I did experience a subtle paranoia effect. Yet I have vaped OG Kush and experienced slight paranoia in the first plateua, However this subtle paranoia was manageable. It wasn't "true" paranoia. More like I got caught off guard on how sativa dominant this bud starts off with. Another thing to keep in mind this bud is more likely a creeper, plus vaping brings out the heady side of herbs. But still higher temps = CBD (cannabinoid that promotes body pain relief / relaxant effects of THC). This bud has a very strong indica dominant side, but like I said for me it started off on the sativa side. I also heard this bud is 70/30 (indica/sativa ratio). That can explain why it was so strong on the indica side, once it crept up. But the thing about this sample of this herb, it was very fluffy and foxtailed kind of like some Jack Herer stuff or some mexican sativa herb. At first this stuff kind of seems like your average hybrid. But it's interesting at different dosages. Hash oil of this stuff would be straight killer. This stuff ain't OG Kush (Ocean Grown) it isn't bad, it serves a purpose. It wasn't overwhelming. It has an orange musky smell. Of course the "orange" musky smell is from the... Orange Velvet Skunk that's in the mix. It's a cross of Orange Velvet Skunk x Space Queen. I have no clue what pheno is the orange velvet skunk. But alot of skunk phenotypes seem to stem from skunk #1 like UK Cheese and other phenotypes. Supposedly the strain is suppose to taste or smell like Orange and Mangos or citrusy, I can say this it smelled like some orange musky skunk. But not so much like skunk just a musky like orange. Maybe close to a rotten orange ?
November 6, 2016
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So I have this in the oil form and let me tell you firsthand.. this is the best aroma I have ever smelled when it comes to oil. Fruity and just pure. Like sticking your nose in a big top shelf bucket!! I heard a story about this strain. The lady who came up with it was named Jill. She was one of the first woman who was educated enough to create a strain for mainly woman. There are natural female aphrodisiac's in there and it is geared toward the female emotional cycle. As it helps with anxiety, stress, sadness and paranoia. One hit of this and you instantly feel happy and untouchable. I noticed all of this as I was testing the strain out last night. And wow. Just wow.
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Jillybean strain genetics

Jillybean grow information

Type
indica
sativa
hybrid
Difficulty
easy
moderate
difficult
Height
short
average
tall
Yield
low
medium
high
Flowering (weeks)
7 - 9
10 - 12
> 12
  • Suitable for sea of green (SOG) or screen of green (SCROG) methods
  • Yields are highest when plants are topped at least once
  • Should be grown under 85°F (30°C) during light cycle for best yields
  • Cooler nighttime temperatures may induce a dark burgundy coloration
  • Two phenotypes: one is short/bushy with heavy side branching, while the second grows tall with less lateral stretch

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