Combining a Haze hybrid with a Northern Lights #5 and Shiva Skunk cross, breeders created Jack Herer hoping to capture both the cerebral elevation associated with sativas and the heavy resin production of indicas.
|Plant Height:||Up to 1m|
|Flowering Time:||Avg 60 days|
|Taste / Flavour:||
Earthy, Pepper, Pine, Spicy, Sweet, Tropical
Calming, Euphoric, Focused, Relaxed, Uplifted
Arthritis, Depression, Fatigue, Inflammation, Migraines, Stress
Combining a Haze hybrid with a Northern Lights #5 and Shiva Skunk cross, breeders created Jack Herer hoping to capture both the cerebral elevation associated with sativas and the heavy resin production of indicas. Genetics This strain ranks as the most awarded variety in the history of harvest festivals. Nine awards and counting would be the pinnacle of recognition for any strain, yet Jack Herer manages to go a step further and bears the distinction of being distributed under prescription by Dutch pharmacies as a recognized variety of medicinal-grade cannabis. Its rich genetic background gives rise to several different variations of Jack Herer, each phenotype bearing its own unique features and effects. Growing Information Jack Herer is a high-quality strain that has a balanced structure thanks to its Sativa-Indica genetics. Firstly in its vegetated state, until it reaches flowering, it is a plant that presents a totally Indica structure and as the plant evolves to its state of maturity, the Sativa side is reflected. Finally, in its flowering state, it presents voluminous flowers in the calyx of the plant, full of resin trichomes. Flavor and Effect First of all, the most common trait of Jack Herer phenotypes is dazzling double-edged potency. Followed by a stratospheric brain high backed by an impressive body buzz with seismic power. Finally, it can be ruled out that smokers should be prepared to feel the earth shake under their feet, which can be a very pleasant sensation when their head is firmly in the clouds.
|Dimensions||0.1 × 0.1 × 0.1 cm|
1 Seed, 3 Seeds, 5 Seeds, 20 Seeds