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Space Jill

Taste & Smell

  • Fruity
  • Sour

Effects

  • Energetic
  • Creative
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Exploring Nature
  • Gambling
  • Social Events
  • Walking in the City

About this Sativa Strain

This sativa dominant cannabis plant (70% sativa/30% indica) produces darkly colored flowers with a frosty coating of silvery trichomes contrasting against the deep greens. The buds hold the scent of freshly cut mango slices, and the smoke carries a sour-yet-citrusy quality of tropical fruits and moist soil.

Lab data puts its cannabinoid content at 20-22% THC, indicating this strain is significantly more potent than average.

As one would expect from a sativa-leaning strain, Space Jill offers a jolt of pure energy upon the first puff. The high is primarily cerebral, initiating a stream of free flowing thoughts, making this a great strain for stimulating creativity. Despite the predominance of the head high, it works exceptionally well for treating pain according to many reviewers, though it may also work wonders for controlling depression, constant stress, or exhaustion.

Cottonmouth and red eyes are the two most commonly reported side effects from Space Jill. High doses may cause anxiety or paranoia, too.

This sativa dominant cannabis plant (70% sativa/30% indica) produces darkly colored flowers with a frosty coating of silvery trichomes contrasting against the deep greens. The buds hold the scent of freshly cut mango slices, and the smoke carries a sour-yet-citrusy quality of tropical fruits and moist…