The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain Jet Fuel, also called G6 by some, produces a pungent diesel scent and similar yet sweet flavor. Its buds are a light, mossy green covered in a fuzzy layer of trichomes.
The THC levels of Jet Fuel average in the high teens. Its high has been described as like a jet – it gives the consumer a sudden jolt of energy accompanied by mostly other sativa effects such as immediate cerebral activity and slight tingly relaxation through the spine. Euphoria is often felt and the high eventually levels the mind into a pleasant dream-like state. For some, the munchies are also induced.
Negative effects include dry mouth and sometimes small bouts of dizziness when too much is consumed at once.
It takes 9-11 weeks for Jet Fuel to fully flower.
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Parent strains of Jet Fuel are a mix between the sativa-dominant Aspen OG and High Country Diesel. It was first bred by 303 Seeds in Colorado (as well as its parent strains).