Jack Herer

Definition - What does Jack Herer mean?

Jack Herer is a strain of cannabis. Its exact genetics have been kept secret but it is generally believed that Shiva Skunk, Haze, and Northern Lights were part of its creation. It is a Sativa-dominate strain that provides a clear-headed high with ample energy. The strain's ability to render the user with a get-up-and-go attitude makes it an ideal option for daytime use. It has a strong, almost tropical fragrance that contains an undertone of lemon and pine. It is generally accepted that the strain's mix is 55 percent Sativa and 45 percent Indica.

MaximumYield explains Jack Herer

The Jack Herer strain was named after the cannabis activist Jack Herer. He was often referred to as the 'Emperor of Hemp'. The strain typically contains levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that ranges from 15 to 24 percent. The plant contains abundant trichomes and is very sticky to the touch. When the plant material is burnt it gives off a pleasant floral aroma that is similar to sage. The Jack Herer marijuana plants are not overly attractive. It is a simple, rather dull green. Flowers usually start to appear at 55 to 64 days. The buds are sticky with resin. When vaped, it produces a cool, chilling effect that makes it ideal for medical marijuana users who suffer from lung problems. The aftertaste is also pleasant and similar to grapefruit.

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