All About Lavender Jones Weed Strain
Lavender Jones, also called Purple Jones, is a favorite strain among users, who are not very experienced or with low tolerance. Containing 14-17% THC, this cannabis inherited a perfect floral scent and calming effects from its parent strains, Purple Urkle and Casey Jones. With the 60/40 Sativa/Indica ratio, this strain delivers an interesting mix of effects.
Lavender Jones marijuana is cerebral, with relaxed but alert heady feelings. While the muscle tension is relieved, all dark thoughts went away, consumers experience happy euphoria. This cannabis is the right choice for a solo evening or a relaxing day-off because it makes users calm, thoughtful, introspective and fresh. It is not likely to cause couch locked effects because the high is mostly heady. However, consumers who are prone to anxiety and paranoia need to be careful with this strain.
This happy high can also control mood swings, nausea, inflammation, chronic pains and arthritis symptoms. It provokes munchies, so those who suffer from the lack of appetite could use it as help before lunch. Lavender Jones weed is mostly recommended for day-time use. If overdo, it can cause dizziness.
The tastes’ bouquet of this cannabis is a bit unexpected because the mainline in its composition is not lavender but grape. It is sweet with herbal notes and earthy overtones on the exhale.
Finding Lavender Jones seeds is not an easy task for breeders. But for those who managed to get some, it takes 7-8 weeks to harvest the yield.