What are the Flavor and Effects of Jelly Bean Feminized?
This weed strain leans heavily towards imparting a very distinguishable fruity and tropical taste that leaves a satisfying aftertaste in your tongues. Inhaling all that full-flavored smoke stains your tongues with a note similar to dipping your mouths in a mixing bowl filled with lemon peels and orange slices.
Jelly Bean Feminized works up your mind and causes it to feel very light and vibrant. Waves of euphoria and happiness will begin to crowding your minds, improving your overall mood and making you feel more sociable and giddy. Some laughs and giggles could be coming your way as the upbeat nature of this strain’s high works its magic.
The clearer vision of things is coupled with a mellow body high that relaxes your joints and loosens up any stiffness that you are experiencing. Don’t be surprised if you suddenly feel inspired to start working out or doing things that could make your days more productive! Jelly Bean makes for an amazing daytime smoke that enables you to feel focused and calm at the exact same time!
What are the Medical Benefits of Jelly Bean Feminized?
Medical marijuana patients have found a lot of useful properties in these Jelly Bean buds that could change the way that they treat their respective illnesses and conditions. Its healing factors include being able to reduce the discomfort and aching levels in the body, making your physical being feel a lot more freshened up and rejuvenated. This also acts as an effective mitigator of nausea and dizziness.
Those who are suffering from mild to severe cases of mental instability will also have their minds balanced out and placed in the right spot with Jelly Bean Feminized. It leaves medical patients feeling more positive and happy, thereby combatting any persisting symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, and chronic stress and pressure.
Negative Effects You Can Expect From Jelly Bean Feminized
Typically, you will experience a set of adverse and negative side effects that are caused by the irresponsible consumption of these Jelly Bean Feminized buds. This includes having your bodies feel overly heavy, thereby causing you to feel sluggish and drained. Other times, the paranoia and panic that comes with the overconsumption of Jelly Bean buds could cause you to feel uneasy and restless.
As the creeping senses make you feel uncomfortable and anxious, you may spend long hours being kept in a trance of complete tension and discomfort. The dehydrated levels in your body from the lack of fluids and water could also potentially lead to dry and irritated eyes as well as an uncomfortable cottonmouth feeling.
How to Grow Jelly Bean Feminized
Growers will find this strain to be very easy and convenient to cultivate, regardless of whether they use indoor or outdoor growing. These Jelly Bean Feminized weed seeds will show a high level of resistance to the growth of molds and communities of insects/pests. It will not demand an insane amount of care and attention so beginners will find these Jelly Bean Feminized to be well-suited for their level of experience.
Jelly Bean Feminized plants will thrive better when they are grown under a warm and sunny climate that exposes them to long hours of sunlight and air flows. Despite growing only into short heights, it is best to start topping these plants during their vegetative stages in order to keep the expansion of the batches of leaves under control. A flowering time of around 9 to 10 weeks should be expected from this strain, and outdoor gardens can have them during the end of September. An approximate 226g per square meter (indoors) and 340g per plant (outdoors) yield that you can expect from this Jelly Bean Feminized hybrid.
Jelly Bean Feminized Marijuana Strain Specifications
|Type:||Sativa-dominant (60%), Feminized|
|Genetics Parents:||Orange Skunk x Space Queen|
|Flowering Period:||9 to 10 Weeks|
|Yield:||226g/m² indoors and 340g/plant outdoors|
|Flavors:||Tropical, Oranges, Sweet, Citrus, Fruity|
|THC Level:||15% to 18%|
|Harvest Period:||Late September|
There are no reviews yet.