Jasmine, so named for the fragrance it exudes, is a 70% Indica dominant strain that is sometimes referred to as Jasmin or Yasmin. It was created on foreign soil by the Israeli medical cannabis supplier Tikun Olam. Jasmine is a world-renowned and much-acclaimed strain of marijuana, a potent cross between Silver Haze and Golden Boy. Despite its popularity, it has a rather moderate THC content that ranges between 14-16%. Jasmine buds are quite light, airy and fluffy and are decadently fibrous with rich orange and red hairs. These buds are covered with a thick layer of crystal trichomes and are dripping with sweet and sticky resin, perfect for high-quality THC concentrates. All in all, it is an impressive looking strain with all the colors of the rainbow and glittering like a crystal ball. Users describe the Jasmine high as one that has a mellow onset of an airy, lightheaded feeling followed by a spacey head high and a light warming body buzz. Jasmine has a sweet taste of candy and a smell of roses and lavender. It looks, tastes, smokes and smells fabulous and is a world favorite for a reason. It is also a perfect first-time strain as it guarantees a pleasant time without any serious risks. However, despite its THC content, it is not to be scoffed at. Many heavy Indica users report that in higher doses it is a potent sleep aid, which it was first created for. For a quiet evening to forget the stress of the day, Jasmine could be ideal. It is a great all-around strain that is loved by all, both recreational and medical users. It has been said by many that the weed tastes like eating garden plants and it is a delightful strain in many ways.
Why do Patients Use Jasmine?
Jasmine was initially developed as a medical strain to treat sleeping disorders before it became so popular on the recreational market. It is now a feature in medical dispensaries across the globe, frequently used to treat nausea, inflammation, mild pain and indigestion. Because of its mild and sunny effects, it is also extremely effective for treating depression and anxiety. Due to its low THC content, there are few side effects and it can be inhaled by all kinds of patients without any serious risks. It can also be used to treat IBS or Crohn’s disease, is very effective in the treatment of all types of digestive conditions. 70% Indica dominant strains are often favorites among the medical community as the balance between Indica and Sativa seems to be perfect with this ratio.
Medical Uses of Jasmine
Nausea and Migraines
Side-Effects of Jasmine
Information about Jasmine
Jasmine is 70% Indica 30% Sativa
Jasmine is a cross between Silver Haze and Golden Boy.
Jasmine has a rating of 8.5 on the stoned meter.
THC levels of Jasmine are moderate, in the region of 14-16%.
The breeder of Jasmine is Israeli medical cannabis supplier Tikun Olam.
The flowering time of Jasmine is between 7-9 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
The ideal growing method of Jasmine is unknown.
Jasmine grows between 4-6 feet in height.
Jasmine generates a moderate yield.
Jasmine is a strain that requires moderate growing experience.
No known problems associated with Jasmine.