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Type: 60:40 sativa:indica
Ancestry: Space Queen and Orange Skunk
Creators: TGA Subcool Seeds
THC Levels: 15-18% on average
Aroma and Taste: The tangy flavor is reminiscent of mango, orange, and pineapple jelly beans. The aroma is also predominantly tropical.
Appearance: The bright and abundant orange pistils are the most prominent feature of this pretty standard-looking strain. Buds are elongated and cone-shaped, with light green leaves, made all-the-lighter by a thick trichome frosting.
It’s almost impossible to associate jelly beans with anything negative or somber, and the same goes for Jillybean. This strain leans more heavily on the sativa side than the 60:40 ratio suggests, and the cerebral aspect of the high is what most people fall in love with. With that being said, the indica side doesn’t stay that far behind and has a thing or two to offer as well.
Creative and social people hail Jillybean as the perfect catalyst for their natural dispositions, which is probably attributed to the power combo of a classic sativa-like rush of euphoria and mental buzz, a sense of promise and motivation, and some giddiness, especially in more novice users. Jillybean makes sativa lovers comfortable in their own skin and helps their best version come out, or even develop in the first place.
As the high progresses, the indica side starts making its presence known and makes the couch more and more alluring. The pleasantly sedated state, disturbed only by the munchies, spells movie time.
The tingly body high, bolstered by Jillybean’s happy vibes, can also grow into a nice aphrodisiac.
The bubbly momentum that Jillybean generates can uplift the low, heavy spirit of depression, and the riveting world of ideas and entertainment this strain takes you to feels very far away from stress and anxious thoughts.
The body high provides some pain relief, but that’s definitely not Jillybean’s forte.
Even though this is generally a day-time strain, a lot of users report getting quite sleepy once they reach the plateau, so it could help with insomnia. However, indica-dominant strains would be a better choice if sleep aid is a primary goal.
Jillybean gives you some strong munchies, so people who need an appetite boost should definitely give it a go.