The author of the popular marriage advice book “Mating in Captivity” believes a little jealousy can jolt a relationship out of a rut. Well, don’t knock it if you haven’t tried it—our Leafly HighLight for love month is our Leafly Strain of the Year 2022, Jealousy.
Jealousy is the perfection of Gelato, a dominant varietal in weed. She’s easy on the eyes—dark purple with dapples of bright green on these big, bulbous, weighty, and dense nugs.
Reviewers get giggly, chatty, and energetic on this 20%+THC hybrid. She’s the 16th most viewed strain page on Leafly, and in the top 100 for dispensary menu penetration nationwide. Folks order Jealousy up by the thousands each month on Leafly, with 30% of reviewers using it for anxiety.
“This strain is like a Sunday drive on a picture-perfect beach highway in an anime or in California or something,” says one reviewer.
Jealousy rocks a review score of 4.6 out of 5 after 246 reviews, with 18,292 faves. Jealousy’s balanced hybrid effects go great with getting creative, cooking, eating, and partying.
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Overall, we see Leafly Strain of the Year 2022 growing strong coast to coast in joints, hash joints, hash dabs, and so much more.
Here in Cali, tasty Wox live resin runs just $19 a gram, and $27 a Pax pod.
Oregon loves its infused Jealousy joints and live resin carts. Get the $30 Oregrown Jealousy Mints.
In Washington, send for Falcanna’s Lemon Jealousy joint 2-packs for $12, or the Upstate Elevator Operators $30 rosin grams.
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Denver, CO has Cherry Jealousy, while Albuquerque, NM has Banana Jealousy and London Jealousy on shelves. Chicago has 228 options for the strain, many from the grower FloraCal.
In Miami, Jealousy live sugar extract from Cresco runs $59, and the budding legal NYC scene has Jealous Mints from FlowerHouse.
Bred by Seed Junky Genetics of LA, Jealousy is Sherb bx1 x Gelato #41. It’s also the 2022 Leafly Strain of the Year— so it’s super-hot to breed with.
Ethos has a Banana Jealousy Auto RF3 that you can set and forget. And the new breeder Underworld debuted on Neptune Seedbank with Jealousy F3 S1.
We’re proud to see Jealousy take a trophy in Arizona in 2023, and its offspring Permanent Marker became Leafly Strain of the Year 2023.
Budtenders loved Jealousy in our Budtender’s Choice Survey, and it also went into the top strains of the harvest like Adios MF.
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The top aromatic oils in Jealousy appear to be caryophyllene, limonene, and myrcene—which do not fully account for its creamy-berry-gassy GelatoX100 nose. But it does have the gas of caryophyllene, the fruit of limonene, and the dankness of myrcene in there.
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Let’s keep the tasty weed picks going this short month.
This suggestive-looking fruit is also among the leading strains for making hash in the US. We can’t pin down the breeder and origin of the current Papaya dominating hash competitions, but the tropical smell and hybrid effects are very clear.
Eve bites one bad apple in the Garden of Eden and we all have to work for a living? Boo! Smooth over cosmic disagreements with this medical-era California cross of breeder Jigga’s Cherry Pie and Crockett’s Tangie. Good Forbidden Fruit stains your fingers with grapefruit, tropical mango-smelling resin. Its sleepy, hungry effects provide what anxiety sufferers love.
Wedding Cake x Grape Pie from Cannarado seeds is always a good idea in love month. People get sleepy, relaxed, and giggly on this 26% indica hybrid.
And that’s it for February’s HighLight. Keep notifications on for our ‘Best seeds and clones to grow in 2024.’ Plus, our ‘Top 12 weed strains that bang for 2024 and beyond.’
Peace and love!
Sorry, but what’s ‘Leafly HighLight’?
Cannabis dispensaries can sell more than 200 types of flower. It’s overwhelming. Leafly HighLight cures choice paralysis with a monthly deep dive into a top 200, national cannabis strain you should smoke. We combine:
- Leafly Strain Database search data
- dispensary menu data
- dispensary visits
- and smoke sessions
Then we select one cultivar that pairs with the season and mood. That’s Leafly HighLight.
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