Jet Fuel Strain Overview
Effects: Happy, Energetic, Uplifted, Relaxed
Flavors: Pungent, Diesel, Sweet
Medical: May help with Stress, Depression, Pain
Jet Fuel Strain, aka GS strain, is a pungent Sativa-leaning hybrid whose aggressive name serves as a fairly accurate description of its fast-paced Sativa high. This strain is a cross between super-sticky Aspen OG and Skunk-derived High Country Diesel, both pungent varieties themselves. Created by Colorado-based breeders 303 Seeds. It gives users a strong cerebral intensity. Which makes it well-suited for situations that call for deep creative thinking. Likewise, with problem-solving. It has a THC content that ranges from 15% to 20%. Therefore, we recommend taking it in moderate amounts.
Users of Jet Fuel experience slightly delayed effects. Uncharacteristically for a Sativa, Jet Fuel may take a few minutes before it blasts off, giving users a surge of energy and euphoria. Some initial physical effects can be detected as a build-up of pressure. Usually, around the eyes and temples. But this strain otherwise lives entirely in the head. If waking and baking, consumers may feel endured with the energy needed to plow through a busy day. In a more relaxed setting, this strain can bring about a stimulating creative environment — the constant sense of associative thinking can be a great asset to brainstorming, visualization, or just free-flowing conversation. This bud is definitely not a strain to enjoy before bedtime, even for those with a high tolerance for THC. Therefore, KS recommends this strain for day use.
Medically speaking, Jet Fuel Strain can have psychological benefits for patients. The acute sharpening of the senses can be a big asset. Mostly in helping users live more fully “in the now” if they’re burdened by symptoms of stress and anxiety. This strain’s cerebral focus can also aid those with attention deficit disorders. G6 strain is not recommended for patients or recreational users that are prone to anxiety or paranoia. This is due to its potency and its tendency to induce recursive, obsessive thinking,