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Jamaican Pearl Cannbis Strain
Jamaican Pearl marijuana strain is a 60/40 Sativa dominant marijuana hybrid. The breeders of this kush remain unknown, the herb is distributed by Sensi Seeds. Jamaican Pearl buds are ready for harvest after 8-10 weeks. The herb rewards with high yields of spear-headed nugs, covered in trichomes and resin. They delight with a strong aroma of fruit and spices. Due to high, up to 22% THC levels the herb is not recommended for first-time smokers. Jamaican Pearl marijuana is good for day time use.
Type of High
Jamaican Pearl marijuana induces strong cerebral euphoria. Boosts energy and creativity, prompts giggles. Followed by mild body-mind relaxation. Relieves depression, stress, pain and nausea.May trigger paranoia and dizziness.
Jamaican Pearl cannabis strain is a cross between Early Pearly and Marley’s Collie.
The strain is shaped like a spear-head with thick stems. The colas are quite thick with spikier tops that are impressively long, but it tends to give away its heritage. The aroma is unlike anything you may have smelt before. It is fruity, spicy and strong. After smoking the strain, you will feel its effects overpower you. However, you will feel happy, creative and energized. The high is uplifting and will make help you remain focused. It is a treat for individuals suffering from ADHD nonetheless. Additionally, it is just as effective at treating anxiety, stress, depression and even mood disorders. On several occasions cannabis users have observed the strain to be able to calm nausea and manage intense migraines. Even though the strain is effective, it does have a few drawbacks. Users will experience dry eyes and mouth followed with dizziness and paranoia.
Jamaican Pearl reportedly yields up to 400 grams per square meter, even when grown by novices. It requires more carbon dioxide and high quality nutrients than your average Sativa. As with most Sativa strains, however, the plants grow tall and have the desired elongated buds. It grows quite well in nearly all outdoor environments. Using the Sea of Green technique, it can also be cultivated indoors.