About Sour Jilly
As the first-place winner at the 2014 Denver Cannabis Cup, Sour Jilly comes to users with a bit of a mysterious past. Her breeders are unknown, and while many can pinpoint that part of her genetics are from Jilly Bean, the full story isn’t clear. Despite the fact that Sour Jilly is slightly sativa-dominant, many will find her to be a relaxing part of their evening.
Only experienced smokers should think about enjoying this bud, as Sour Jilly tops out at a 26% THC potency. Her buds look similar to many other strains on the market with a dark green base color that’s accented by thin pistils and a light dusting of trichomes. As one would expect due to her name, this strain does impart a sour flavor and aroma, however it’s offset by a delicious note of berry with hints of skunk, earth, and citrus. Many find her to be a great accompaniment to their favorite dessert after dinner.
As a nearly evenly balanced hybrid, this gal offers a great mixture of effects that can be ideal for a quiet night at home or an adventure on the town with friends. Initially, total euphoria will overtake you and may bring along a sensation of energy and creativity. Social tendencies can peak and sexual arousal may also make its presence known, yet these attributes won’t last for long. Sour Jilly’s comedown is deeply relaxing and, depending on your tolerance, could lull you to sleep sooner than you’d expect.
Again, despite the fact that this strain contains just a touch more sativa elements, medical users tend to gravitate toward her for her indica traits. Sour Jilly is ideal for treating depression and anxiety, as her initial burst of happiness will wash away any mental woes. Issues including migraines or ADD/ADHD can be managed with ease, and if you smoke enough, insomnia may also become a thing of the past.
If only all strains were as straightforward to grow as this one, everyone on the planet would become a cannabis cultivator. Sour Jilly needs little in the way of complicated care, and as long as she’s fed regularly and kept in a warm climate, she’ll be just fine. Both indoor and outdoor growth are suitable, and with a flowering time of 8 to 9 weeks, you’ll be enjoying the fruits of your labor in no time.
Experiment with Sour Jilly during various times of the day to see what works best for you, as this strain may offer you more or less energy than it does for your friends. Weekends are a great time to do this, so clear your calendar, get ready for some exceptional flavors, and see if you end up partying the night away or drooling on the