Jamaican Dream is a 90% Sativa reproduced by Eva Seeds utilizing Jamaican hereditary qualities. An inconspicuous and sweet flavor helps you through to a raised state of mind and weightless elation.
The impacts are sufficiently light to begin your day with, making this strain ideal for early treatment of discouragement and weariness. Jamaican Dream’s pointed, minimized buds will complete their blooming cycle following 42 to 45 days inside, or toward the finish of September in open-air gardens.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 90% Sativa/10% Indica
THC: 15% – 23%
Jamaican Dream is an intensely Sativa prevailing crossover (90% Sativa/10% indica) strain that is a backcross of the scandalous Jamaican strain reared to have a higher sativa proportion. With a THC level between 15-18% and impacts that can be felt very quickly, this bud is genuinely a fantasy to smoke.
The quick-hitting beginning leaves you with a raised mindset and a sensation of weightless rapture that gives considerable psyche help. You’ll have a feeling of energy and reason with propelled to handle anything that comes in your direction without feeling even the slightest bit restless or neurotic.
This bud is frequently utilized as a wake-and-prepare in light of its nearby cheerful impacts and alleviation of agony in the brain. Due to these impacts, the Jamaican Dream is ideal for treating ongoing weakness, gentle instances of sorrow, PTSD, and persistent pressure.
This bud has a fantastic smell of sweet fruity berry and a sample of prepared blueberry candy. The Jamaican Dream buds have medium-sized sharpened stone-formed woods green nugs with rich golden hairs and patches of light minty green suggestions that are covered in clear gem trichomes. These nugs are tacky to the touch and disintegrate separated effectively, uncovering drops of apparent tar and dim olive green leaves.
Effects of Jamaican Dream-
66% of people report feeling happy
57% of people report feeling uplifted
52% of people report feeling energetic
20% of people report feeling dry mouth
6% of people report feeling anxious
6% of people report feeling dizzy
33% of people say it helps with stress
30% of people say it helps with depression
30% of people say it helps with anxiety