The Scoop: Answering the prayers of millions, Bio-Jesus is a spiritually enlightened cross between Bio-Diesel and Gumbo. An Indica-dominant hybrid that’s celebrated for its extraordinary potency and exceptional flavor profile, this contemplative gift from the heavens provides hope for the hopeless.
The Result: Bio-Jesus’ medicinal compounds instill a sense of serenity and peace. Freed from earthbound pain and unrelenting anxiety, Bio-Jesus grants individuals the patience to accept the things they cannot change, the courage to change when possible, and the wisdom to understand the difference. Otherwise known as, serenity.
The Verdict: Fragrant fire, this Indica-dominant flower stimulates repressed appetites, inhibits insomnia, and soothes the overactive mind, body, and soul. Purchased at a Las Vegas dispensary, the included test results indicate Bio-Jesus has joined the lofty 30% THC Club.
Type: Indica-dominant Hybrid
Also Known As: Bio Jesus
Genetics: Bio-Diesel x Gumbo
How Stoned Will You Get: 8.5
Average THC: 30.34%
Average Price Per ⅛: $56
The Science: High in THC (30.34%) and not so high in CBD (0.095%), this batch of Bio-Jesus was purchased at Las Vegas ReLeaf dispensary. The included analyzed results were provided in a slightly different format than I’m accustomed to seeing: β-Myrcene – 16.2 mg/g, β-Caryophyllene – 2.7 mg/g, and Linalool – 2.025 mg/g. Customarily represented as a percentage, these results indicate the terpene content by milligrams per gram.
Appearance: Bio-Jesus is an absolute beast. And, I can only assume, a lot of that beauty and power is based on cultivator-specific knowledge: good nutrients, correct pH, perfect timing, and a flawless curing process. The end result? Tight, angular knuckles of pure light green gas. No false prophet here, Bio-Jesus and her impenetrable nugs are omnipotent.
Consistency: Concentrated and dense, the Bio-Jesus bud maintains a rigid character throughout the flower structure. Unless consumed in a bong, bubbler, or pipe – i.e. a joint or blunt – a grinder is strongly suggested.
Scent: Two months after being harvested, curing, and sitting in its container, Bio-Jesus retained much of its earthbound sweetness. Dictated by its terpene profile, the initial smell of Yahweh’s hybridized namesake enjoys hints of tropical spice mixed with a touch pepper.
Taste: A spiritual gift, Bio-Jesus tastes as though it were nectar for the gods. Thanks to its β-Caryophyllene, β-Myrcene, and Linalool content, the flavor profile is best described as having a citrus and spice inhale with a diesel-pepper exhale.
Effect: Soothing the repentant soul, Bio-Jesus converts anxiety and stress into an overwhelming sense of physical relaxation – bordering on jubilation.
Strain Background: Cultivated by Remedy, Bio-Jesus is the genetic offspring of a Buckeye-bred Gumbo from the Indica side of the genetic tracks and Bio-Diesel. A respected strain within the Colorado cultivation scene, Bio-Diesel’s lineage gained its claim to fame by taking home the highest honor in the hybrid category at the 2009 Colorado Medical Marijuana Harvest Cup.
Medical Uses: Proselytizing the infirmed, Bio-Jesus works miracles on individuals suffering from minor aches and pains. Vanquished via the herb’s healing compounds, those plagued with depression or insomnia will also find remedial value in Bio-Jesus.
Growth and Seed Info
Note: These seeds are hard to find
Pros: A great strain for making concentrates
Cons: Susceptible to heat stress
Original Breeder: Denver Relief Colorado
Current Breeder: Remedy
Known Phenotypes: Short and resinous
Seed Bank of Choice: N/A
Flowering Time: 65-75 days
Flowering Type: ScrOG
Growth Height: Indoors, average; outdoors, tall
Expected Yield: Moderate
Garden Skill Level: Intermediate
Related Strains: Bio-Diesel, Bio-Chem, Bio-Star, Gumbo
Breeder Quote/Advice: Be sure to avoid heat stress when cultivating Bio-Jesus indoors. While this damage can resemble nutrient burn at first glance, chances are this is not a problem with your hydroponic solution but rather something that can be solved by simply increasing the distance from the light source. This issue can be resolved easily by moving the lights or topping the plants.