Juicy Fruit


Genetics Mostly Sativa
Climate Indoors/Outdoors
Yield 400-500 g/m²
Height 100-180 cm
Flowering Time 50-65 days (7-9 weeks)
Effect Happy, euphoric feeling
THC Level 15-20%
Growing Easy


Juicy FruitJuicy Fruit, also known as Fruity Juice, is a Thai Sativa-dominant hybrid with a bit of Afghani Indica strain within it that’s characterized by its purple and green colors as well as thick stems and large leaves. Fruity Juice is like the Joker from the Batman mythos, in a sense; it makes you feel euphoric, happy, and uplifted for the most part since most, if not all Sativa-dominant plants are psychoactive (not necessarily psychotic like the Joker) or at least cerebrally stimulating. It also tastes fruity and when you break it up, other colors appear, like amble purple, orange, and lavender floating through the trichome heads and stems. This is also Joker-like in its silliness that belies its intoxicating impact when smoked. You need to wait about 7-9 weeks before it flowers, and it has a high THC content.

More to the point, when everything is said and done, you’ll get about 15-20% of THC, which means that it’s a highly mind-altering drug that’s typical of all Sativa-dominant plants. It’s when the CBD content rises that you’ll get the more Indica-like muscle and mind relaxation that’s useful for pain relief, thus giving you the stoned effect. With Juicy Fruit, like its fruitiness and colorfulness would suggest, it’s more of a stimulant, but it doesn’t provide stimulation like Ritalin or coffee does. Rather, it’s uplifting. It gives you happy thoughts and a more positive outlook in life without becoming too hyper about it. It also smells great, like a blend of piña colada an plums or even fruit punch and lemons. This tangy and sweet flavor makes it the most impactful and flavorful type of marijuana yet.

When getting high with this weed type, expect light headedness and dizziness that can last up to three hours after smoking. There’s also a bit of earthiness in this berry-sweet type of pot. Then again, the newbie-friendly sweetness is what made it such a Grade A+ best seller since its introduction. It even looks a bit like a fruit, with its light orange hairs woven through light green buds that are nice and dense plus frosted over with trichs. The hybrid is also good for novices in terms of growing. It tastes like fruit dairy, it looks like some sort of tropical fruit, and it makes you feel like you’ve gotten a natural high with dopamine, so there’s not a lot to hate about the mostly Sativa pot THC.

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