It’s a cannabis souche that was created by combining Skunk-derived High Country Diesel and Aspen OG, which are both powerful sativa strains. This plant includes pungent chemicals including Aspen OG and High Country Diesel, which are both excellent weeds. It’s also known as G6 and was developed by 303 Seeds in Colorado. The THC content ranges from 15% to 20%.
Medium-sized flowers on the end of short stems form a narrow cone and taper down into nearly conical shapes, making this strain ideal for sea grapes. The bud structure is more Sativa than Indica, with light and fluffy leaves that peel away readily from the main stalks. Leaves are dark earthy brownish-green in color, with red pistils appearing rarely and maroon ones even less frequently. When treated correctly after curing, Jerry Can buds have trichomes that coat them and leave a sticky resin residue when handled incorrectly.
Sweet gasoline fragrance, as well as its lively nature, are both references to the strain’s name. The Jerry Can strain has a fuel-like chemical punch comparable to that of its parent strain, High Country Diesel. When the sticky blooms are ground or burned, they produce a piney scent reminiscent of OG Kush origins of the Jerry Can variety. The smoke generated by this strain is smooth, but the skunky diesel aftertaste might tempt many smokers to reach for a glass of water. This pungent flower may not be suitable for those who wish to keep their usage discreet.
Unlike most sativas, the Jerry Can strain takes a little while to get going, giving users a burst of vitality and euphoria. When the first pressure around the eyes and temples is felt, physical changes can be seen. The never-ending sense of associative thinking may be a tremendous help when brainstorming, visualizing, or just floating conversation for those with a haut tolerance for THC. Jerry Can strain isn’t a good strain to consume before going to sleep because it makes you sleepy.
The Jerry Can strain can assist psychologically. If persons are under stress and anxiety, the acute sharpening of their senses might be beneficial in allowing them to fully appreciate the current moment. The cerebral focus of this strain may also help people with attention deficit issues. Because of its strength and propensity to induce recursive, obsessive thinking, the Jerry Can strain is not recommended for patients or recreational users who are prone on to panic or paranoia.
Jerry Can strain packaged seeds are now available online from Seeds for Saliva, and clippings from a mature plant may be kept as a clone. This is considered a somewhat challenging variety to grow because it demands constant temperature and humidity monitoring, so growers may have better success cultivating it indoors. Grown under optimum conditions, the Jerry Can strain produces buds that are smooth, mild, and clear. To maximize yields and minimize competition, growers should also “top” their plants; clipping any wide fan leaves that might block light and air flow from reaching the lower branches. When cultivated indoors, Jerry Can strain blooms mature in 9 to 10 weeks. It has an average yield of 37 grams (or 1.3 ounces) per square foot of plant when grown inside.
Buds that are not cured properly will develop mold and become dry, resulting in a loss of flavor and potency. The buds are dried by hanging them upside down for a week in a room with 50% humidity and a constant temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit, then sealing the dried buds in wide-mouthed jars in ambient conditions of 70 degrees Fahrenheit and 60-65% humidity.
The Fresh Head Strain is a strong strain with a racing head high and an aroma that is reminiscent of pine car freshener. Unless you want to have a lengthy, active night followed by an unavoidable crash, this isn’t a nighttime smoke.
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