You wouldn’t necessarily guess it from the name, but if you are looking for a well-balanced strain of cannabis, the Jealousy strain is your product of choice. Smooth yet powerful, Jealousy gives you a high that mentally relaxes you – but still leaves you energetic.
Widely available, Jealousy is one of the most popular strains of cannabis on the market. As a product, the Jealousy strain works best with seasoned users and has an earthy aroma and flavor. Many medical marijuana patients opt for this strain because it addresses the physical issues they are dealing with but does not leave them down for the count.
The following covers everything you need to know about the Jealousy strain, including what is in it, how it hits you, and any side effects you may experience from using it. Additionally, after reading this, you should be able to decide if the Jealousy strain meets your cannabis needs and expectations.
WHAT IS THE JEALOUSY STRAIN – INTRODUCTION
We’ve prepared detailed information regarding the Jealousy strain – its profile, genetics, and characteristics.
Check out some quick facts about the Jealousy strain.
Type 50% Sativa and 50% Indica
Lineage Sherbert Bx1 and Gelato 41
Breeder Seed Junky Genetics
Flavors Pepper, Plum, Earthy
Aroma Earthy, Herbal, Fuel
Feelings Giggly, Talkative, Happy, Relaxed
Helps with Stress, Anxiety, Depression
Side effects Anxious, Dizzy, Headache
Cannabinoid THC level: 17%, CBD level: 0%, CBG level: 0%
Terpenes Caryophyllene, Limonene, Myrcene
GENETICS – LINEAGE, TYPE, AND CONTENT
The Jealousy strain was created by Seedy Junky Genetics, who merged Sherbert Bx1 with Gelato 41. Both of those strains are known for potency as well as the ability of the user to function, even when intoxicated.
Part of the reason the buzz is so balanced is that the plant itself is balanced. Its Sativa-Indica Ratio is 50-50. The strain has no CBD or CBG, but it has a high THC level of 17%, ensuring that just about any user is affected by even a small amount. There are three terpenes in the Jealousy strain.
The first is caryophyllene, which makes it spicy and even peppery. The second is limonene, which gives the strain a citrusy and lemony aroma and taste. Finally, myrcene provides the strain with the earthy, herbal undertones Jealousy is known for possessing.
CHARACTERISTICS – APPEARANCE, FLAVOR, SMELL, AND TASTE
The following are the characteristics of the Jealousy strain.
One way the Jealousy strain has been described is that of a sunset. The leaves are rust-colored with brown streaks, and the pistils are orange. Throughout, there are splashes of cream, olive, black and metallic. As a bush, the plant looks like an Indica and a healthy Jealousy bud will be covered in trichomes, giving it a shimmering, almost silvery sheen.
The buds will have olive green nugs and white-tinted trichomes. Each bud will be permeated with orange, brown, and mottled green.
Flavor & Taste
Jealousy’s primary terpene is caryophyllene. That means it has a spicy undertone that is both earthy and slightly sour. The strain does have a slightly bitter aftertaste.
Much like the taste, the smell of the Jealousy strain is earthy with a slightly spicy aroma. This mixture is also due to the caryophyllene.
USAGE – EFFECTS, BENEFITS, AND SIDE EFFECTS
As with all cannabis, partaking can bring you amazing benefits if you use it in moderation, but using too much can result in side effects. Some people will have side effects from the Jealousy strain no matter how much they use it.
As a method of intoxication, Jealousy is highly potent. You will not feel it immediately, but within a few minutes, you will feel the THC dramatically. If you are a new user, you might want to experiment with small doses because the strain can pack a wallop.
The other effects of the Jealousy strain are a pleasant buzz that often is accompanied by a sense of euphoria. It is not unusual for users to feel creative in the initial stages. After that, most people feel motivated, which separates the Jealousy strain from other forms of cannabis.
In the last stages of the high, the user will feel very calm and relaxed. The feeling has been described as slightly sedated but not knocked out. It’s the perfect time to watch a movie or catch up on your favorite television show.
MEDICAL AND THERAPEUTIC BENEFITS
Medical marijuana users frequently opt for the Jealousy strain because it helps them cope with whatever they face without knocking or whipping them out. Additionally, the Jealousy strain has been observed to help reduce anxiety and alleviate both stress and depression.
The recreational benefits of the Jealousy strain include a steady but mellow high without the user feeling heavy, sedated, or so tired they go to sleep. It is not uncommon for users to be fully cognizant, even after just using the Jealousy strain, and throughout the entire period, the user is high.
As with all forms of cannabis, every strain has some potential for side effects that increase when the strain gets overused. Potential side effects of the Jealousy cannabis strain are headaches, anxiousness, and dizziness. It should be noted that these happen most often when an already intoxicated person continues to use the Jealousy strain.
HOW TO CONSUME
Jealousy cannabis comes in plants, edibles, and cartridges. Most users opt for the method of delivery that best suits their lifestyle. There is not really a superior method, and all have downsides that are standard for a particular method.
The best way to enjoy the Jealousy strain is when you have a free period where you can enjoy the buzz but also have the time and energy to let your creative side flow. Many users find that they are very cognizant, self-aware, and alert after using the Jealousy strain.
That means you can pair the strain with just about any activity, including just hanging out. The best time to be active, say at a party, is right after you use the strain. The best time to chill out is in its late stages.
GROW INFO – FLOWERING TIME, HARVEST TIME, AND YIELDS
Growing the Jealousy strain is easy. It is an ideal plant to grow for beginners because it requires so little maintenance. While a warmer, damp environment is best for the Jealousy plant, it will thrive in just about any conditions that are not freezing or arid. You can grow the Jealousy strain inside or out, but most people start their seeds inside.
From seed, the germination period is about eight or nine weeks. That makes them able to be grown in all of the contiguous USA and Hawaii as well as southern Canada. If you plant your seeds in planters and take them inside when it gets colder, you can plant the Jealousy strain just about anywhere except in extremely cold regions.
If you grow your Jealousy outside, the plant will become shorter and bushier if you space your seeds out. You will want to implement odor control techniques as the plant has a very powerful and distinct odor. Depending on your soil quality, you may also want to add nutrients and fertilizer to it to ensure robust growth.
Pests and disease are not normally an issue for the Jealousy strain. Harvest the plant as you would any cannabis plant. If you plant outdoors, mid to late October is the general harvest time except for extremely cold climates. Dry your buds as you would any cannabis plant.
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HOW JEALOUSY STRAIN COMPARES TO OTHERS – SIMILAR AND ALTERNATIVE STRAINS
The Jealousy strain is a standout. It mixes potency with the ability to function and relax without putting most people to sleep. In a head-to-head comparison, choose the Jealousy strain if that is your criteria against all other products.
If your favorite store does not have the Jealousy strain, the following are adequate substitutes:
These alternatives are not as amazing as the Jealousy strain, but each has its attributes, and you can achieve the high you are looking for without sacrificing too much. Generally, the side effects in the others make them a second choice to the Jealousy strain.
WHERE TO BUY, PRICING, AND REVIEW
Jealousy strain is available nationwide and offered by just about anyone that sells cannabis products. The strain is highly popular, so you are more likely to find a vendor that has run out of the strain than one that does not carry it. Users love it because you can carry the buzz but still be highly functional.
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The following are commonly asked questions people have about the Jealousy Strain.
IS JEALOUSY A SATIVA OR INDICA STRAIN?
It is both. The Jealousy strain is 50% Sativa and 50% Indica.
WILL JEALOUSY STRAIN ADDRESS ANXIETY?
Most users report that the Jealousy Strain effectively eases anxiety. Additionally, the Jealousy strain is reported to help with chronic pain and is popular with medicinal marijuana users.
WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF THE JEALOUSY STRAIN?
The most common side effect reported is a user feeling anxious when taking too much of the Jealousy Strain. Other side effects include headaches and dizziness.