Jelly Bean Feminized is a sativa-dominant strain hailing from the satisfying genetics of Space Queen and Orange Skunk. Being modified to be a feminized strain, you can expect Jelly Bean to have a quality and potent high. With its perfect blend of sweet yet tangy citrus flavors, along with its mentally stimulating and euphoric high, this strain is street that is hard to resist. At the onset of its buzz, you will be quickly transported into a blissful state that energizes your system and lightens your mood. Eventually, as it settles in the body, the energy is converted into a relaxing sensation without having to feel heavy and sedated at all. Meanwhile, its average to high THC at 15% to 18%, plus a low level of CBD content is the perfect combination to treat minor physical and mental conditions such as body aches, chronic stress, nausea, anxiety, and depression.
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Type: Sativa-dominant (60%) / Indica (40%)
Genetics Parents: Orange Skunk x Space Queen
Flowering Period: 9 weeks to 10 weeks
Climate: Warm and dry climate
Yield: 225 g/plant (indoors) and 340 g/plant (outdoor)
Flavors: fruity, sweet, cherry, lemon, citrus, tangy, tropical
THC Level: 15% – 18%
CBD Level: Low
Height: 30 inches
Harvest Period: Late September
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
Jelly Bean is a pleasantly fragrant cannabis plant that is reminiscent of a tropical jelly bean candy. This strain offers refreshing orange and citrus flavors with hints of tropical and tangy fruits immediately as it touches your palate while leaving an appetizing kind of sweetness upon exhale. The overall blend of Jelly Bean’s flavor and aroma will definitely make your mouth water and seek for more.
The most brilliant feature of Jelly Bean is its capacity to inspire positive thoughts and just good vibrations. It can be expected for Jelly Bean to instantly uplift your mood and fill you with contentment. More so, being prevalently sativa, it boasts a euphoric high that is accompanied by an invigorated spirit. Most importantly, its high is centered on being mentally stimulating, thus, it encourages creativity and improves focus among its users.
You can fully appreciate the beauty of Jelly Bean when consumed in the morning, as it is a good strain of choice to kick-start your day.
Jelly Bean, in the field of medicine, is a great strain used to treat various illnesses as it provides good quality therapeutic benefits. Being known to lean more on its sativa heritage when it comes to effects, Jelly Bean can help in releasing mental pressure that often leads to stress, making you feel a lot lighter and promotes mental clarity. Moreover, the euphoric state of mind it provides eliminates negative thoughts, hence, of great assistance in managing symptoms of depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders. On the other hand, having indica characteristics also delivers some medical benefits attributing to its anti-inflammatory properties. Jelly Bean is a good strain for relieving minor body discomforts and muscle tensions, however, its power could not deal with chronic pain. Nevertheless, the relaxation it brings ultimately soothes and calms the body.
It is difficult to avoid the adverse effects of a strain despite having outstanding recreational and medicinal advantages. A sativa-dominant strain like Jelly Bean gives the same side effects just like other marijuana variants that can impact both seasoned and novice users. It can be expected to experiences some drying of the eyes, cottonmouth, and dehydration. Keep yourself well hydrated at all times and ensure consumption in moderation while using this strain so that the effects will just be mild and manageable.
Jelly Bean is an easy-to-grow strain, manageable for both experienced and amateur cultivators. It can thrive in both indoor and outdoor environments but performs better in warm and dry climates. With the appropriate growing technique, Jelly Bean can thrive and have a fine harvest at 225 grams per plant when grown indoors in a matter of nine to ten weeks, meanwhile, it can yield at approximately 340 grams per plant if grown outdoors and be harvested by the end of September.