TYPE: Sativa Dominant
THC: Between 16% and 20%
Genetics: Cross of Northern Lights, Shiva Skunk, and Haze
APPEARANCE: Jack Herer buds are light green, with orange hairs containing copious amounts of resin and THC.
SMELL: Spicy pleasant smell that is both fresh and rich in pungent terpenes.
BEST FOR TREATING: Anxiety, Pain Relief, Appetite, Depression and Migraines
CREATED FEELINGS: The high created from Jack Herer is about as wonderful as a Sativa gets. The first hit pumps your body full of energy and leaves you ready to take on the world. One of the most productive feeling highs on the market, you may finally get around to cleaning your kitchen. Jack Herer also has very little “coming down” effect making it a great daytime smoke.
DURATION: Great high for 2 hours
Jack Herer (Sativa)
Jack Herer, a tribute to the famous marijuana activist Jack Herer, is a sativa strain that lives up to the legendary name. This is one of the most pleasant sativas on the market. Its popularity has grown immensely over the years. Its light green frosty THC-laden nugs can be found on the top shelf of most dispensaries. Jack Herer is one of the best daytime strains and tastes sweet and fresh. This strain will instantly provide a jolt of energy that carries you through the next few hours.
Jack Herer was a lifelong cannabis activist. He authored the non-fiction book The Emperor Wears No Clothes, which talks about the many beneficial uses of the plant he collected over years of compiling historical data.
The strain called Jack Herer is a tribute to the activist and was first cultivated under the care of Sensi Seeds. Its genetics remain a mystery, but it’s often found in dispensaries due to its appealing flavor and effects.
Once you open up a bag or jar of Jack Herer, you’ll be greeted with a light floral scent having undertones of fresh soil and lemon zest. The most notable characteristic about this strain is its vivid orange pistils scattered throughout light green flowers. A dusting of crystal trichomes gives is an even lighter appearance when it’s been cultivated properly.