The equally balanced hybride Jungle Runtz (50/50) is one of cannabis’ most popular monarchs. Its phenotypes are numerous, and its tastes are very synonymous with Los Angeles. It’s a good-looking family that includes Zkittlez and Gelato strains, and it’s dominating the Colorado market right now. Dispensaries all around the state are jumping on board the Jungle Runtz bandwagon, urging customers to discover what all the fuss is about.
The Jungle Runtz souche, compared to conventional Cookies cuts, grows light and feathery. Its trichomes stick out and form stringy calyxes with a unique alien appeal of their own. When cultivated outdoors, the plant blooms in 8-9 weeks, yielding 450-500 grams per square meter of garden space. Whether grown outside or inside, yields are excellent – around 450-500 grams per square meter of garden surface area when grown outdoors.
Jungle Runtz is a California (now Colorado) institution for a reason. The strain contains three distinct terpenes: beta-Caryophyllene, linalool, and limonene. It has both the sweet-sugar rush of candy and woody and tropical citrus undertones layered over one another. The fruitiness is delicious, while the earthiness provides enough depth for those with a more discerning palette
The Jungle Runtz effects are from soothing to tingly-sleepy, and they’re similar to those produced by just being in the presence of nature. We like Jungle Runtz as a wonderful addition to a spa day, a long sleep, a do-nothing lazy Saturday, or a movie marathon (as long as you don’t mind not seeing the ending!).
The strain’s mellow, euphoric effects are ideal for minor body aches and pains, as well as general malaise. It may be a wonderful companion for stressed or highly anxious people searching for some calm. It also makes you hungry, so appetite-suppressed users will appreciate being able to satisfy their appetites with the tangy citrus and woodsy pine tastes.
Jungle Runtz is well-known in the cannabis community for having made rounds in publications like LA Weekly, Art of Cannabis and High Times News. If you suffer from constant pain or have trouble falling asleep on a regular basis, it’s time to try Jungle Runtz out.