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Jamaican Dream

Jamaican Dream from Eva Seeds come as the name suggests from the fabulous Jamaica.

The main trait of this marijuana strain is its short flowering period . just 6 weeks!

Jamaican Dream is a strong and stable plant very easy to grow. It presents a typical Christmas tree structure and produces large buds with abundant trichomes.

Aromas of pine and lime and a sweet mild with coffee undertones.

Clear active and energetic sativa effect.

Features of Jamaican Dream from Eva Seeds:

  • Cropping field: Indoor and outdoor
  • Sex: Feminised
  • Type: Sativa 90% – Indica 10%
  • Yield: Medium-High
  • Flowering time on indoos: 42 to 45 days
  • Harvest time on outdoor: End of September
  • THC level: 17%

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Jamaica Sativa

Jamaica Sativa is the tallest strain in our collection. Grown out of doors, these plants may reach 3,5-4 m. Indoor setups somewhat reduce their height, but this strain requires a lot of space both for its upper part and root system. Since cannabis grows as big as the roots are given space, Jamaica Sativa needs huge pots to grow a healthy and fruitful plant. This strain was developed from Jamaican cannabis that the local cannabis lovers use for playing music and hanging out. Marley Seedbank breeders left the original stain almost unchanged, only stabilizing it.

Grow peculiarities

Jamaica Sativa produces classical triangular-shaped sativa plants of dark green color, usually with 5-6+ side colas. The two principal difficulties with the strain are its huge size and long life cycle. However, these factors are the main reason why Jamaica Sativa is so productive, giving 1500-4000 g per plant. Apart from that, Jamaica Sativa is comparatively easy to handle and possesses immunity against molds and fungi. While flowering, buds give an intense tropical fruit smell. Most insect parasites are rejected by resin that these plants abundantly produce.

Effect

Smoking Jamaica Sativa results in the purest cerebral high along with physical stimulation, and disposition for enthusiastic communication, motion, activity. Perfect cannabis for meditation and creativity. Tastes sour and somewhat sweet. Therapeutic administration of Jamaica Sativa can be efficient against feeding disorders, depression, migraine and headache, posttraumatic stress syndrome.

Jamaican

In this category of the Jamaican marijuana strain we can find the autochthonous strains or crosses made with Jamaican genetics.

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JAMAICAN PEARL

1 to 10 seeds packs

BLACK DREAM

JAMAICAN DREAM

CARIBE

1 to 5 seeds packs

Jamaica is well known for its excellent relationship with marijuana or, as it is locally called, the ganja. The Rastafari movement and singers like Bob Marley have placed Jamaican weed on the spot but it was not always this way. During the years as a British colony the Jamaican fields were full of sugar and cotton and, to work them, tens of thousands of workers came from India. Luckily they brought the first marijuana Indian seeds grown in Jamaica, and this was a game changer moment.

Over the years these plants adapted to Jamaican climate and became strains with very long flowering, highly cerebral sativa effect and intense citrus flavor. Later with the globalization and the arrival of feminized seeds to Jamaica, sadly many of its landrace have been practically lost. One of the most mythical Jamaican landraces is the Lambs Bread which is already very hard to find and those that you can find, have strong influences of Skunk genetics.

The popularization of Jamaican genetics came in the late 70s with the Rastafari movement and the success achieved by some Jamaican Reggae singers, such as Bob Marley. They brought to worldwide fame the marijuana they consumed. From that moment the respect and the search for the Jamaican genetics reached its highest point, spreading it all over the world.

Jamaican Seeds

In Experiencia Natural we always try to offer the best genetics in each marijuana strain, this way we recommend the following Jamaican strains:

We always look for the purest genetics, with Jamaican strains is complicated but the Eva Seeds Jamaican Dream is a cross with a Jamaican landrace collected by the people of Eva Seeds that offers its powerful sativa effect and a fairly short flowering.

Another strain we can offer to you is Laughing Buddha from Barney’s Farm, a Jamaican genetics with strong sativa effect, very cerebral and long flowering. A pleasure for the senses.

From Sensi Seeds we offer the Jamaican Pearl, available in feminized and regular version, which is the result of the crossing of the now disappeared Marley’s Collie (Jamaican genetics), a very tasty hybrid, fruity and adapted to the coldest climates.