Jack Straw is a mostly sativa (80%) marijuana strain with many medicinal indications. Four main pheno-types exist varying from a tall and lanky Jack the Ripper-dominant one through to a Touch of Grey-dominant one which is short and stocky. Two main aroma types are also found; one a Sweet Haze and the other more Lemon Haze.
Medium to high yields can be obtained in 9 - 10 weeks flowering indoors. In moderate doses Jack Straw provides a relaxing, easy energy along with pain relief. It is also helpful for anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, nausea and the after effects of both chemo and radiation therapy for cancer sufferers.
|Fabricante||Homegrown Natural Wonders|
|Genética||Touch of Grey X Jack The Ripper|
|Tipo de floração||Fotoperíodo|
|Altura da planta||Medium-Tall|
|Circunstâncias Médicas||ADD/ADHD, Ansiedade, Câncer, Depressão, Dor, Náusea|
|Gosto / Sabor||Doce, Limão, Terreno|
|Efeito||Corpo, Potente, Relaxante|
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About Homegrown Natural Wonders
Homegrown Natural Wonders is a Pacific Northwest family farm with three generations working together to breed and produce the dankest, densest, most delicious and effective medicinal flowers—and the seeds to grow them—that you are likely to find. Odie Diesel masterfully puts to work the skills and advice passed down from his own father while teaching his sons how to combine spectacular genetics and produce breathtaking strains with superior effects.
Their strains have taken three consecutive 1st Place Overall Awards at the Oregon Medical Cannabis Awards, with MAD SCIENTIST taking back-to-back wins in 2011 and 2012, but then losing the crown to its own progeny in 2013, when DR WHO (MAD SCIENTIST X TIMEWRECK) took the top spot.
These guys are always working on something new and better, and since 2013 they have come up with two strains—Micky Kush and Quantum Kush—that regularly produce flowers that test over 30% for THC!
Although they have a whole host of strains to choose from, when you ask Odie which one is his favorite, he will inevitably reply, “Whichever new one we're waiting to get out of flower next.”