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Jillybean

Taste & Smell

Effects

  • Energetic
  • Creative
  • Happy
  • Talkative
  • Headache
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Eating
  • Going Out
  • Social Events

About this Hybrid Strain

Jillybean is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain that derives its name from its scent and flavor, often having a mango and pineapple appeal similar to fruity jellybeans. Some reviewers have noted an orangey or citrusy smell and taste. Jillybean’s buds often produce deep shades of maroon on its leaves.

Jillybean’s THC content averages at 13% but can reach up to 18%. Its high is known to energize the consumer and lift one’s spirits, producing a comforting body high and inducing creativity as well as social stamina. This strain is an excellent choice for eliminating social stresses and helping make hobbies more enjoyable.

If consumed improperly, paranoia may occur in slight bouts or headaches once the high wears down.

To create a darker coloration of Jillybean when growing, ensure nighttime temperatures are slightly cooler. Light cycles should average 85 degrees.

Jillybean is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain that derives its name from its scent and flavor, often having a mango and pineapple appeal similar to fruity jellybeans. Some reviewers have noted an orangey or citrusy smell and taste. Jillybean's buds often produce deep shades of maroon on its leaves….