Jungle Fire Marijuana Strain

Hybrid Strain Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 26% - 28%

Jungle Fire is an evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the delicious Jungle Mints X Jungle Cake strains. This celebrity child boasts a super high potency level and high that will have you feeling stimulated from head to toe in a totally good way. The onset starts a few minutes after your first toke, sneaking into your brain with a lifted sense of tingly euphoria. You'll find negative moods and racing thoughts melt away, replaced with a sense of happiness and a touch of creativity. At the same time, a soothing body high will work into your limbs, helping you to stretch out and relax, while leaving you pretty aroused at times. With these effects and its high 26-28% average THC level, Jungle Fire is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as chronic pain, mood swings, depression, chronic stress and nausea or appetite loss. This bud has a sweet and sugary nutty minty flavor with a punch of spicy diesel upon exhale. The aroma is very similar, with an earthy and herbal overtone accented by spicy diesel and sugary nuttiness. Jungle Fire buds have oversized and heavy fan-shaped dark olive green nugs with sparse thin orange hairs and a coating of tiny, blue-tinted white crystal trichomes.
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Great daytime smoke, very relaxing but feels like it could be a good before bed strain as well. Tonight will tell. Lovely taste, dank minty, diesel/gassy taste on the inhale, smoke was smooth and not expansive (doesn't make you cough). Another winner from the Jungle Boys!

Very complex, juicy flavor. Would be wonderful bud to press rosin with Effects are typical 50/50 hybrid effects with an emphasis on relaxed/giggly and calming effects. 5/5 stars for me, this is in my top 3 strains of all time as of right now

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