Sweet Baby Jane
About Sweet Baby Jane
Whatever your cannabis preferences tend to be, you’ll find that Sweet Baby Jane, more commonly known as Sweet Jane, has something for you. Bred by Cresco Labs, Sweet Baby Jane is a special cut of Sweet Island Skunk and is an energetic, lively high that will have your most creative self ready to let loose.
With an average THC level hovering around 18% and CBD typically reaching 2%, Sweet Baby Jane offers strong effects that both recreational and medicinal users will love. The buds are small and piecey with forest green hues and large amber pistils. These hairs are underscored by thick white and yellow trichomes that are sticky with resin and smell of mango, lemons, and skunk. The flavors are surprisingly tropical, again with overtones of mango and lemon, and though quite skunky, these earthy nugs burn smooth and smoke even smoother.
Sweet Baby Jane’s high is not one recommended for beginners. It starts behind the eyes, relieving pressure and soothing any headaches or sinus pain you may be experiencing. As it makes its way through your body you’ll start to feel an intense all over body buzz that energizes your mind while easing bodily tension. The euphoria hits hard, but so does the creativity and giddiness. Enjoy this long-lasting phase where your best ideas come flowing out of you without any effort. If you are susceptible to arousal, this is definitely one you’ll want to smoke with a partner.
As with most hybrids, Sweet Baby Jane is energetic at times but gives way to a full body calm as well. Because of these effects, this strain is best for the treatment of mood disorders such as stress, depression and bipolar, and mild cases of anxiety. Additionally, it is helpful with pain, muscle spasms, inflammation, joint aches, and cramps. Due to its arousing tendencies, it is used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction and low libido. Beginning smokers are warned that this high is a heavy duty task and should proceed with caution as it can induce paranoia and agitate heavier cases of anxiety.
Though we wouldn’t exactly describe this as a difficult plant, Sweet Baby Jane does tend to lend itself more toward intermediate growers. Flowering in 8 to 9 weeks indoors or late September to early October outdoors, this strain offers an above average yield in either condition as long as temperatures are tepid and balanced.
For an inspirational high that will have you feeling it in your toes, Sweet Baby Jane is a great bud to try. Though her name might suggest she’s a delicate flower, don’t be fooled. This is a powerful high that is extremely effective for medical purposes. Enjoy relief from pain and stress after just a couple of hits and let your cares dissolve into the night.