Jilly Bean is a sativa leaning hybrid that is ready to give you a creative and bubbly feeling through your day. When you need an upbeat outlook to your day, Jilly Bean is the strain to call up. This calming, but energetic feeling will last through your day. But be warned, if you overindulge, users report a hard nap followed by a binge eating session.
This strain has a welcoming sweet and fruity taste with a kind exhale. Notes of orange and mango will dance on your tongue while you feel euphoric and extremely creative. Jilly bean as an exotic looking flower with maroon hues dancing on the leaves.
Jilly Bean is a very forgiving strain, but does very well in an indoor Sea of Green, or Screen of Green growing process. Since Jilly Bean is a medium stalk that produces thick buds, growers should take caution for too much humidity in the grow because chances for mold are very high with this strain.
Flowering Time – 7-8 weeks
Average Yield — High
THC – up to 18%
CBD – <1% %
Sativa/Indica – 60%/40%
Tested on 5/16/2016 by MCR Labs in Framingham, Massachusetts, the sample submitted of Jilly Bean was found to have 16.2% THC, and <0.1% CBD totals. Cannabinoid activated totals were 18%. Terpene levels were not tested and are unable to be determined.
With Jilly Bean, most users feel energetic, creative, and feel at ease in social settings due to the uplifting nature of this strain. Coupled with a sweet, citrus taste and positive feelings associated with Jilly Bean, this strain has become a very popular one.
Jilly Bean will turn you into a regular social butterfly and you’ll be glad that you have taken a little puff of sunshine.
The energetic, and mood altering properties of Jilly Bean make this a perfect strain for patients who seek daytime relief from anxiety, depression, PTSD, and bipolar disorder.
Jilly Bean can cause patients to feel euphoric, creative, pleasantly energetic and be able to go about their day with a uplifted feeling. Jilly Bean typically has less than 1% of CBD, but tends to make up for the lack of the commonly sought after anti-inflammatory with a hefty dose of THC as a well balanced, sativa leaning hybrid.
Be careful of having too much of a good thing with his strain, because users have documented having a long nap and having to eat everything in sight. But, if you are treating a lack of appetite, Jilly Bean will help you.
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