About Apricot Jelly
Apricot Jelly - it’s easy to find in your local grocery store but searching for the strain with the same name will be a true exercise in futility. Rumor has it that this bud is a hybrid that resulted from crossing Irene Apricot and Jelly Breath Bx1, each of which is just as elusive in their own ways. Buckle up, because we’re going to attempt to learn all we can about this zesty bud.
Whether this strain is ready to take you to the moon or will simply infuse a bit of pep into your step is unknown, as facts and figures for this gal remain a secret. Her nugs are a yellow and green tone and come complete with a ton of sparkling trichomes, so it’s likely that Apricot Jelly is ideal for more experienced users. Fruity and sweet, her flavors and aromas are about as close as you can get to the spread she’s named for.
Depending on what you have planned during the day, Apricot Jelly might be best paired with your morning toast or could be ideal for getting through a mid-day slump. This strain offers everything you’d want out of a hybrid, including the ability to zero in and focus on the tasks in front of you while maintaining a happy demeanor. Some users find themselves to be a bit chatty throughout their high while others get hungry - ultimately your own tolerance will determine your experience.
Like most other strains on the market, Apricot Jelly is ideal for soothing medical issues that range from mental to physical. Mood concerns such as anxiety and depression, along with symptoms of ADD/ADHD, can be addressed with a few tokes and more nagging concerns of migraines, women’s health issues, and more will also be shown the door.
At this point, many people aren’t even sure if Apricot Jelly exists - it’s said that she came from In House Genetics, but trying to find seeds or clones has proven nearly impossible. Even attempting to locate information on these breeders turns up little to nothing, so it’s anyone’s guess if you’ll be actually able to add her to your home cultivation setup or not.
While we wouldn’t recommend devoting your entire existence to locating Apricot Jelly, you’ll certainly want to keep her in the back of your mind every time you visit your local dispensary. Again, whether this strain is actually real or not remains to be seen, but there’s just enough information out there to make us believe she is.
I was fortunate to find some Apricot Jelly cured badder (wax) at my local dispensary. I misplaced the data sheet that came with it, but I can say that it is very soothing and great for mid day use, it has minimal couch lock. Thanks to True North Concentrates in MI!