Jack Herer is a multiple Cannabis Cup Winner that is rightfully recognised as one of the top marijuana strains available anywhere. This famous strain was named after the late cannabis campaigner and polemicist who authored the ground-breaking "The Emperor Wears No Clothes".
Many generations of selective breeding produced this multi-Haze hybrid. It produces decent yields of medium-density buds with 21.5% THC. Its aroma combine fruity Skunk tones with the pungency of Haze together with fresh pepper. There is a little variation in the duration of the flowering period which can be anywhere from 8 to 10 weeks. Outdoors plants will be ready in early October.
Medicinally the powerful, uplifting, giggly high is recommended for fatigue, lack of appetite, pain relief and to combat stress. It is an offically recognised medical strain in the Netherlands where it available through the pharmacy network.
|Breeder||BC Bud Depot|
|Genetics||NL5 x Haze x Skunk|
|Pack Size||6 Seeds|
|Plant Height||152cm - 182cm|
|Flowering Time||8 - 10 weeks|
|Harvest Month||Early October|
|Medical Conditions||Fatigue, Lack of Appetite, Pain, Stress|
|Taste / Flavour||Fruity, Haze, Pepper, Skunk|
|Awards||9 Cannabis Cups|
Customer Reviews (1)
- Its like comfort food... |
Searched for this strain whenever I was in Colorado, but it was hard to find, and only was able to purchase it once, and honestly it was a let down, and not what I remembered from the good ol' days. Now that I have grown out BC Bud's Jack, this is the one I remember, the spicy scent and all around head - body - happy high. It finished in a shade over two months - definitely a keeper in the garden!
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