- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
- Lack of Appetite
Guava Jelly is a sativa-dominant hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing Strawberry Kush, Wedding Cheesecake, Durban Poison, and OG Kush. It emerged in California and is now a popular strain found across the U.S. It is popular because of its potent THC contents, yet also because of its sweet, fruity flavor with hints of pineapple and mango.
Medical marijuana patients looking for a strain that will boost energy, stimulate appetite, and enhance their mood may enjoy the effects of Guava Jelly. This marijuana strain can cause an uplifting and relaxing effect that can replace an afternoon cup of coffee. It is also known to provide a great boost in creativity and focus.
The adverse effects of this strain can be dry mouth, dry eyes, and headaches. The dry eyes and mouth are particularly notable because they can last for a long time after smoking. The THC level in Guava Jelly has been measured at an average of 16-25%.
Guava Jelly is a medium-large nugget-shaped marijuana flower that has dark green leaves surrounding the sugar-white trichomes. This strain is considered a heavy yielder and not recommended for first-time growers. The average flowering time takes between 8 and 9 weeks, though it has been known to last longer in some growing conditions.
This strain can be grown indoors or outdoors. Indoor cultivation results in more dense buds, and outdoor growth yields a more compact and bushy plant. Guava Jelly can be grown in soil, as well as hydroponics, so it’s a versatile choice for marijuana enthusiasts. It is prevalent to grow in large pots and enclosed garden structures because of its size.