Jealousy BX1 Strain Review | Method Cannabis
Jealousy BX1 Strain Review | Method Cannabis
They say jealousy is a bad thing; however, our friends over at Method Cannabis might have a thing or two to say about that, and I would have to agree with them. Jealousy BX1 (backcrossed for the layman) by Method is, as the name states, a cross between itself or Jealousy x Jealousy.
Jealousy itself is a cross between Gelato 41 and Sherb BX1. There is more backcrossing and strain mixing going on here than in an episode of Game of Thrones, but what it brings to the table is quite an amazing product in its own right.
Jealousy BX1 Lineage
There is more to the full lineage of this cultivar, as with any strain, and there may be differences depending on the grower. I provide a high-level overview with some details to allow the reader to get an idea of where a strain derives from, as well as what other cultivars to try should they be curious or not find the specific strain being reviewed. Lineage data is obtained at https://www.hytiva.com
Terpenes & Cannabinoids
It is important to note that experiences can vary from person to person. These are experiences and an explanation of terpenes and their purported effects from scientific studies, anecdotal evidence, and not medical claims. It is also important to keep in mind that terpene and cannabinoid profiles can change from grower to grower, and crop to crop. Terpene levels below .05% are not listed, as while they may still have some effect on the overall experience, compared to the other terpenes they are likely to be masked or work in conjunction with. All terpene information was obtained from https://labeffects.com/terpene-glossary-source-citations
Terpene Levels Above .10%
Caryophyllene: Analgesic, Antibacterial, Antidepressant, Anxiolytic, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Proliferative, Antioxidant, Neuroprotective | Woody, Spicy
Linalool: Analgesic, Antidepressant, Anti-Epileptic, Anti-Inflammatory, Antipsychotic, Anxiolytic, Sedative | Spicy, Floral
Pinene: Analgesic, Antibacterial, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Proliferative, Antioxidant, Neurogenerative, Bronchodilator | Fresh, Piney, Earthy
Humulene: Analgesic, Antibacterial, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Proliferative, Anorectic | Earthy, Woody, Spicy
Terpene Levels Above .05%
Limonene: Antibacterial, Antimicrobial, Antifungal, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Proliferative, Anxiolytic, Gastro-Esophageal Reflux, Immunostimulant | Citrus, Bitter
Myrcene: Analgesic, Antibacterial, Anti-Diabetic, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Insomnia, Anti-Proliferative, Anti-Mutagenic, Antipsychotic, Antispasmodic | Fruity, Clove-Like
THC: 16.7 – 19.75%
CBD: 0.6 – 1%
CBC: 0.35 – 0.67%
CBG: 0.28 – 0.96%
CBN: 0.11 – 0.28%
THCV: 0.23 – 0.78%
Jealousy BX1 Review
I review on a 10-point system. Simply because I do not think five is enough to show distinctions between different reviewed products, but it is running with a 10-point system that allows certain aspects of the reviewed product to shine when other areas do not and can potentially affect the overall score. It is also for this reason that I do not go with more than a 10-point system because I think it can become overly complicated. We are all partakers; complexity is never a good thing.
Appeal: 10 – Tight/Dense Nuggets with forest green leaves, and darker green streaks. Off white trichomes, almost yellow, with orange pistils smattered about.
Aroma: 10 – Citrus, Earthy, Berry, Floral
Flavor: 10 – Berry, Spicy, Sweet
Effects: 10 – Relaxing, Euphoric, Mildly Energizing, Creative, Uplifting
Estimated Length of Effects: 3-4 hours
Overall Score: 10 out of 10
The Final Puff
Here is why you should take a sesh with Jealousy BX1: It is more than twice the Jealousy and half the drama; it is also a deliciously smelling and tasting flower that can stimulate creativity and euphoria and put you in that perfect relaxed, but still awake, movie-watching or music-listening state until you blissfully sink into the dream world.
The best part is, the only drama this Jealousy brings, is the good kind straight to your head. The terpene profile also lends itself to pain desensitization, inflammation reduction, and overall mental well-being, in addition to many other benefits.
Any negative effects are potentially listed as being anxious, having headaches, and having dizziness. Although looking at the terpene profile, these are likely rare occurrences by individuals sensitive to the compounds in this strain.
~ Until next time my stoney friends, stay healthy and always take the “high” ground! ~ TerpzChaser
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