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White Jewel Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
Up to 9 to 10 weeks
Hot and sunny outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Spicy and citrus

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White Jewel Marijuana Seeds Information

This luxuriously-named strain was given to us by the masters at Exotic Seeds. It is the cross between the award-winning S.A.G.E (Sativa/Afghani Genetic Equilibrium) strain and the Devil Kush F1 strain. This predominantly Sativa hybrid has massive buds that loosely cling together in a large structure like pure Sativas.

What are the Flavor and Effects of White Jewel?

The resinous buds produce a spicy aroma blend that is accompanied by a similar flavor profile with pungent citrus exhale. This strain is a great weed to smoke for social and creative events as it energizes and uplifts you in ways that you’ve never imagined. If you are a shy person, this strain will help you win any congeniality contest. It will also help you be a creative genius, perfect for activities such as playing music, painting, and many more.

What are the medicinal benefits of White Jewel?

With high THC levels and energizing properties, this strain is a great bud for patients struggling with anxiety, depression, stress-related ailments, chronic fatigue, and even mood swings. While its body buzz is mellow, it is still helpful in alleviating mild cases of chronic pains, headaches, migraines, etc.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from White Jewel?

This strain will cause paranoia, anxiety, or panic when the high hits at the onset. It will also lead to a very irritable case of dry, itchy eyes, so make sure to keep eye drops handy.

How to Grow White Jewel?

This plant can be grown indoors and outdoors. It is a very stable strain that can grow well despite fluctuations in environmental temperatures. However, it thrives best in a hot and sunny outdoor climate. The plants also grow tall, reaching up to 5 feet in height. Topping off the higher fan leaves will ensure that the lower flowers will receive the needed nutrients for the plant to reach full maturity.

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