Jasmine Strain

The original intent for the existence of Jasmine was to have her help people sleep. Bred by Tikun Olam, it was supposed to help patients suffering from different illnesses rest and recover. But being a cannabis, of course, there are also other unintentional benefits. Hence, it has made a name for herself not only among medical users but also with recreational users.

Knowing more about Jasmine can be quite confusing. If there is one thing we know about the Israeli company which created the strain, that is secrecy. In other words, they do not divulge much information about the genetics of their hybrids.

Looking around, we see some sites identifying its parent strains. Silver Haze x Golden Boy, Trainwreck x Silver Haze, and Querkle x Harlequin. It is possible that some or all are real strains bred by other groups. In that cases, they happened to pick the same name Jasmine. Then again, it could also be a simple case of people pulling information from thin air.

Regardless, and this is only with regards to Tikun Olam, they named it as such due to its pleasing aroma.

But more important than fragrance or taste, it is the benefits that it gives that matters. The company itself has a research and development facility to study cannabis and its medical uses. Besides the scientists, they also have horticulturists to breed or refine strains. All that is to provide products that licensed medical marijuana users can avail of and use.

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    Information about Jasmine:

    EFFECTSEuphoric – 10
    Relaxed – 10
    Happy – 8
    Sleepy – 7
    Hungry – 7
    FRAGRANCESweet, rose, lavender
    FLAVORSSweet, lavender
    MEDICALStress – 10
    Nausea – 9
    Depression – 7
    Lack of appetite – 7
    Pain – 6
    THC CONTENT %14% to 16%
    CBD %0%
    INDICA / SATIVA %70%/30%
    INDOOR YIELD12 to 16 ounces per square meter
    OUTDOOR YIELD12 ounces or less per plant
    CLIMATEMediterranean climate

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest


    Jasmine is considered to be a potent cannabis. At its onset, the more dominant Indica side does not manifest itself. Instead, most users tend to feel a euphoric buzz racing through the mind and the body. As a result, its users start to feel lighter and uplifted.

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    People who have a relationship will understand this. Remember the classic advice of settling any issues with a partner or a spouse before calling it a day and sleep? There is a good reason for that with regards to health. Go to sleep with a burden, and it becomes a struggle to fall asleep. The flip side to this is that once a person is euphoric, it is also hard to sleep.

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    Here is where Jasmine comes in. She starts off by altering the behavior and mood of users. By the nature of her Sativa traits, all her users end up feeling happy.

    Then, the physical effects kick in. With that, a soothing sensation warps around the body. It also blends in with the cerebral high serving as an anchor so that users do not get overwhelmed. There are none of the buzzing cerebral euphorias that may even lead to psychedelic effects. In other words, it is the Indica side that stabilizes the mental high.

    For users, feeling good and pleased, together with the physical relaxation, quality sleep becomes possible.


    Breeding this strain, Tikun Olam may not have focused on its fragrance. Instead, their primary goal was to create a hybrid that has immense medical value. Still, if the result is one that has a pleasing odor, then that is a bonus. As it is, that is precisely what happened with Jasmine and her rich lavender scent.

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    Because of the delightful lavender influence in her flavors, Tikun Olam named the strain Jasmine. The very purpose of the hybrid is to provide comfort and having a sweet and floral tone seems apt as it sets the mood for the relaxing effects that is to come to the users.

    Adverse Reaction

    To the credit of the company, they have so far done an outstanding job of keeping the side effects to a minimum. Typical of all their strains, Jasmine also boasts of having almost no unwanted reactions. Except for some people experiencing dry eyes, there are no other reported reactions.

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    As mentioned, the purpose of the strain is to help people sleep. But it does so by first inducing a positive feeling. When one considers the uplifting and euphoric sensation that the hybrid delivers and add to that the physical relaxation that users feel, then it is easy to see why it can wipe out stress. At the same time, medical users who are going through depression and other psychological disorders may find it easier to combat the negativities with the help of Jasmine.

    Although potent, Jasmine will not cause people to feel extremely lethargic or put one on a couch-lock. Instead, her effects are more soothing rather than numbing. As such, it can help people with pain relief but only in mild cases.

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    One more thing, Jasmine is excellent at stimulating the appetite. That means that either the users find something to eat before sleeping, or wake up starving. Either way, it is an excellent companion for people having troubles eating enough food.

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      We think that Jasmine can grow in a warm climate but is likely to be tolerant of colder temperature. Unfortunately, Tikun Olam does not sell its seeds not will make it available for cloning.

      Flowering Time


      Being mostly an Indica strain, we guess that it has a flowering time of 7 to 9 weeks. Because it is meant for commercial use, it is likely that the company made sure that it thrives well in greenhouses. They do have a couple of large ones in their 11 thousand square meter facility. Jasmine may produce more than 12 ounces of buds per square meter.


      In outdoors, Jasmine should be able to produce more than 12 ounces of buds per plant.

      Have you ever smoked or grown your own Jasmine? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.


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