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The Jealousy Strain Unmasked. Is It Right For You?

The Jealousy Strain Unmasked. Is It Right For You?

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Do you feel jealous when somebody touches your weed? If yes, then why don’t you give the jealousy strain a swing? It is the all-new strain that people are discovering, and you should get on the bandwagon as well. Let’s go on a merry ride to discover this beautiful strain.

Overview Of The Jealousy Strain

Overview Of The Jealousy Strain

I am not a jealous person, per se. However, this weekend, I kind of indulged in some jealousy. It is not the kind of jealousy we humans are usually plagued with. It is a different kind. It is a good kind.  

This weekend, I sat down to try the all-new perfect hybrid strain called the Jealousy Strain. Finally, a strain dedicated to my ex. Just kidding!  Jealousy strain is a brand new strain that is lauded as one of the best and most perfect strains in existence.  

The Jealousy Strain is a 50% Sativa and 50% Indica strain that boasts around 17% THC. However, it has remarkably low CBD and CBG content. As a result, the high that the strain produced was absolutely unparalleled to anything I have come across in a while.  

But what makes Jealousy strain so iconic? The answer is its genetic lineage.  

Genetic Mapping Of The Jealousy Strain

Genetic Mapping Of The Jealousy Strain

Understanding a strain’s genetic lineage is very important to understand the strain from a close proximity. This is because the genetic mapping of a strain hides a lot of answers that make a strain a strain. 

The jealousy strain is a perfect hybrid. It is a 50/50 strain and this is why it provides the best of both the world. The strain is a result of crossing the Sherbet Bx1 with the Gelato #41.  

So, let us look at each of these parent strains individually.   

Gelato #41

Gelato #41 by the grow-house named Flavour Chasers is the first parent strain I want to mention. The primary reason behind forming this strain was to create a strain that is perfect for crushing bad feelings and weekday blues.  

Like its offspring, Gelato #41 is a hybrid strain. Gelato #41 is a product of crossing Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies with Sunset Sherbet. The strain has one of the best aroma and flavor profiles. Users claim that it has a diesel-ish aroma akin to Sour Diesel.  

The Gelato #41 boasts a high THC content that ranges around 29%. As a result, it even won the  High Times California Cannabis Cup.  

Sherbet Bx1

The next parent strain that we need to talk about is the Sherbet Bx1. Sherbet Bx1 or Sunset Sherbet Bx1 is the perfect amalgamation of two different types of cannabis into one wholesome package. Sherbt Bx1 is a product of crossing Sherb Crasher with the iconic Sunset Sherbet strain.  

Even though Sherbet Bx1 is an amazing strain to try out, it is essentially an underdog. You will not find much information on the Internet. This is because this was an experimental project by the Seed Junky growhouse. While many call it a failed experiment, the internet seems to believe that the strain did not receive its due time in the limelight.  

As per user reports, the Sherbet Bx1 is an indica-leaning strain with a moderate THC content ranging from 15% THC to 25% THC.  

Characteristics Of The Jealousy Strain

Characteristics Of The Jealousy Strain

With the genetic mapping out of the way, I guess you are ready to know more about the characteristics that make Jealousy strain so awesome. Therefore, I broke down the whole experience into three aspects.  

Understanding the aforementioned aspects is very important because it will enable us to understand the strain closely. But first, let us look at some of the terpenes that can be found in this strain.  

Myrcene: This is the most abundantly found terpene in cannabis plants. This terpene is known to produce calming and sedative effects.  

Limonene: This terpene is found mostly in citrusy fruits and cannabis. As the name suggests, it gives off a citrusy flavor and can help people feel a sense of euphoria. 

Caryophyllene: This is mostly found in skunky weed. The terpene has a diesel-ish aroma with a hint of spiciness to it.  

Pinene: This terpene is primarily known to enhance mind clarity and focus. This means this terpene is seminal for enhancing the creative zeal in the user. 


As soon as you open the bag of your all-new Jealousy strain, you will be greeted with a beautiful aroma that will remind you of Willy Wonka’s candy shop. This makes it an apt strain for people with a sweet tooth.  

As soon as I opened the bag, I was greeted with a strong aroma. At first, the aroma felt like a mixture of everything. However, with time, I started identifying the different notes of the aroma.  

I personally picked up notes of grapefruit, lilies, and sundae ice cream. However, the strain gives off a different aroma as it is exposed to the elements. With time, the strain started giving off the aroma of pine and burnt wood.  


The flavor, on the other hand, was a slight departure from the initial aroma. While the first waft of aroma was full of sweetness. This kind of put me off as I do not enjoy sweet weed like the Ice Cream Gelato, Animal Mints, etc. However, the actual flavor profile was not what I expected. 

While ‘reviewing,’ I started picking up hints of smoke, pine, and burnt wood. Even though the smell cannot be explained as skunky, it was certainly something. Meanwhile, my partner claimed that her first swig was more akin to how the Cereal milkshake strain tasted.  

For my partner, the flavor profile changed, and there were two primary stages. Stage one was the creamy and sweet. The second stage was woody and charcoal-ish. Hence, you can expect the strain to taste different as you go along.  


Appearance might not be concerning to several cannabis connoisseurs, but I like my weed to be pretty. I was pleasantly surprised by the aesthetics of the Jealousy strain. In fact, it is one of the prettiest strains I have ‘reviewed.” The buds were of medium size and were covered with crystallized trichomes. I personally found very few seeds in the strain. This made grinding much easier.  

The buds were mostly green. However,  the strain also had a light purple hue to it. For a second, I felt that the strain was an offshoot of the Purple Haze family. Subsequently, orange pistils complemented the purple and green hues of the bud. This creates a zany visual contrast that is impeccable, to say the least.  

While visuals matter very little. I felt that this was a very pretty strain to come across.  

Effects Of The Jealousy Strain

Effects Of The Jealousy Strain

Now, let me retrace my steps and look at some of the things that this strain made me feel. While your experience might largely differ from what I experienced, it is fun to reminisce. 

The first thing that I want to say is that the strain kicks like a horse. As soon as I took a swig of the strain, I understood what the strain was all about and why it was called the jealousy strain. Going by my experince, this is a fast-acting strain that can overpower your senses in minutes.  

Many users might think that 17% THC is not that high. But the truth is far from that. I felt a mix of indica and sativa effects at the same time. Therefore, my body wanted to laze around, but my mind was racing with ideas.  

I believe that this strain is perfect for people who like to study or consume content while being high. It kept me alert and relaxed at the same time. However, the final stages of the high felt more like sedation. The whole experience lasted around 2 hours. 

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My partner, on the other hand, felt very motivated to have sex. So, the strain also has some properties similar to aphrodisiac pot gummies. This is something many people agree upon. The strain has a very potent libido-inducing side to itself. Therefore, the effects were varied and versatile.  

Usage Of The Jealousy Strain

Usage Of The Jealousy Strain

Partaking in the consumption of the Jealousy Strain can bring some very potent effects and results. Hence, it is very important to know how these effects can be used in daily life. This will collectively help us to remove the taboo status that cannabis enjoys worldwide. So, here are some of the most important and common usages that the Jealousy strain might have.  

Medicinal Benefits

Jealousy strain is a 50% sativa and 50% indica strain. Hence, it has the capability to provide the best effects of both worlds. This also means the strain has the potential to be an amazing medical cannabis.

Going by my experince, I feel that this strain can help people going through conditions like ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, etc. This is primarily because of the sativa side of things that made my mind alert and welcoming to newer ideas.  

Secondly, the strain can also help people deal with conditions like anorexia, insomnia, acute or chronic pain, etc. This is solely because of the indica side of things. Therefore, the strain is a versatile one.  

However, I am not a doctor. Therefore, you should consult a doctor before using the strain as medical cannabis.  

Recreational Benefits

The next form of usage is obviously recreational usage. For me, the Jealousy strain felt like an everyman weed. I could consume the strain before I go to bed, for wake and bake sessions, for Netflix and chill sessions, and for various other aspects. The strain’s ability to keep people alert and woozy at the same time is a remarkable feat. So, it has the potential to become one of my favorite strains for recreational usage.  

The Bad Trip

For me, the strain was an absolute blast. I was giggling, I was calm, and I was in a good mood all the while. But this strain can be a little too much for some people. I think people with limited experience with cannabis must take it slow with the jealousy strain.  

I scoured the internet for answers, and I found that users have reported somewhat similar side effects of this strain. Therefore, it is my mortal duty to include these side effects in my review of the Jealousy strain. Otherwise, the review would remain incomplete.  

Some of the most common side effects of this strain include: 

  • Headaches 
  • Extreme anxiety 
  • Loss of motor function 
  • Temporary amnesia 
  • Loss of identity 
  • Vomiting 
  • Partial tunnel-vision 
  • Slurred speech 
  • Total green out 

Growing Information Of The Jealousy Strain 

Growing Information Of The Jealousy Strain

As per the internet’s verdict, growing this iconic strain is quite easy. Several veteran growers claim that they have started their growing journey with this strain. Therefore, I believe that it is a reliable strain to start your journey with.  

Growing Station

The best part about growing this strain is that it can thrive in most environments except arid or freezing climates. But growers suggest that you must try to grow the strain in hot and humid climates for best results. As for growing stations, this strain can grow indoors as well as outdoors. Just make sure to keep your growing station ventilated. Otherwise, the strain might develop pests and diseases.   

Flowering Period & Total Yield

Growers claim that the strain takes around 10 weeks to reach the flowering stage. Therefore, this strain is for patient growers who can invest time in their crops. Outdoor growers can expect to reach the flowering stage around the middle or at the end of October.  

In a perfect scenario, the Jealousy strain can yield up to 1.9 to 2.5 ounces per plant. While outdoor growing is more rewarding, it also comes with its own set of challenges. Therefore, you must go for an indoor growing set-up for the best results.  

End Note

With that, I am done reviewing this iconic and unique strain named Jealousy Strain. This was a unique strain I came across. However, I was pleasantly surprised by the experience. Keep following this page for more cannabis-related stories and content.

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