About Jelly Breath
The word “legendary” isn’t often used lightly but when it comes to Jelly Breath, perhaps a more powerful adjective is required. Predominantly indica in nature, this plant is hard to find and was developed by completely unknown breeders. A cross between Mendo Breath and Do-Si-Dos, it’s rumored that Jelly Breath hails from the Pacific Northwest.
Not for the faint of heart, this strain packs a ton of potency into each little nug with THC levels that top out at 33%. Thick trichome coverage creates a milky exterior with hints of green and orange pistils poking through, just beckoning you to come closer. Some might call her a dessert strain while others feel she’s more balanced in nature, but there’s no denying that Jelly Breath comes across as sweet with berries and flowers coating your palate. Spices can be detected as you smoke but aren’t very strong.
If you’ve planned a night at home and want to level up your relaxation, bring Jelly Breath along for the ride. Most users claim that her high is powerful and begins with a burst of joy that’s accompanied by a strong body buzz. You’ll probably feel slightly numb from head to toe and as this sensation transitions into a couch lock experience, you’ll wish you had snacks ready. For many, Jelly Breath creates a powerful case of the munchies just before lulling you to sleep. Unless your tolerance is out of this world, it’s wise to settle on the couch with a pillow and blanket before you indulge.
Given her supposed ability to address both mind and body, Jelly Breath has been described as amazing for helping individuals with medical issues. Both anxiety and depression tend to be soothed with ease while instances of physical pain including migraines and cramps could be significantly dulled. Do you struggle with falling asleep at night? Try taking a few tokes of Jelly Breath before your head hits the pillow and see how this strain can help.
Along with being described as legendary, Jelly Breath is also high up on the “unknown” list when it comes to cultivation. By all accounts it seems that this gal isn’t available for purchase in seed or clone form, making it difficult for those with home gardens to include her in the fun. If you did come across the opportunity to cultivate her yourself, consult with an expert grower first as she may require special care.
A trip to the Pacific NW is never a bad idea, and if you’re on the hunt for Jelly Breath, that’s likely the best place to search. No one knows just how long she will be around, so if you’ve been enticed by her tasty flavors or want to experience her hard-hitting effects, keep your eyes open for this strain. Consider saving her for evenings or lazy weekends only as you could end up horizontal for longer than you bargained for.