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Jack Herer Strain

Jack Herer is additionally a strain named after a lifelong cannabis activist whose 1985 book The Emperor Wears No Clothes continues to be an influential resource within the fight for cannabis decriminalization and legalization. A Sativa-dominant hybrid developed by Sensi Seeds within the 1980s or 90s, it is a tasty and perennially popular strain. Jack Herer has passed its genetics and a component of its name on to crossbred strains like Jack the Ripper, Jack’s Cleaner, and Jack Skellington.

Although the precise genetic formula could even be a guarded secret, Jack Herer is assumed to be the merchandise of Sativa staple Haze and a cross of aurora #5 and Shiva Skunk. Sticky buds have an appealing orange-lemon scent and taste with just slightly of some dank pine. The high provides an exquisite balance between cerebral and physical effects, leaving users deeply relaxed but attentive and conversant.

Features of Jack Herer Strain

Jack Herer’s appealing flavor and well-rounded effects have made it hugely popular with medical and recreational cannabis users alike; it’s won nine Cannabis Cup titles. Cannabis lab Analytical 360 has measured Jack Herer flowers as having between 15% and 24% THC. Jack Herer’s flowers don’t seem to be particularly visually impressive: pale to medium green leaves form in densely packed buds that are more elongated than rounded. The trichome count is high, making this an extremely sticky plant to handle. What Jack Herer lacks in visual appeal, though, it makes up for in scent. Cured properly, the flowers have a deep floral bouquet with hints of orange and skin. Breaking open the dense buds shows off more of the citrus scent along with a peppery kick. When burnt, the flowers give off a surprisingly clean and herbal scent, almost like sage.

The very smooth and easy smoke tastes similarly herbal. Although not overwhelmingly pungent, Jack Herer leaves behind a lingering spicy-floral odor giving the last word impression of potpourri. Seeds of Jack Herer are available from the strain’s creator Sensi; alternatively, prospective growers can obtain mature clippings from healthy plants so on grow clones. Sensi describes four distinct phenotypes of Jack Herer: two that lean indica and two that are predominantly Sativa. Outdoor growers should plant in Mediterranean-like climates that maintain daily temperatures between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Because plants can reach heights of 8 feet in certain conditions, indoor growers should confirm to curb the height of Jack Herer by topping and by flowering soon after the plants quiet down. Jack Herer typically contains a below-average yield. It flowers within a comparatively long 10 weeks when grown indoors and is ready for harvest in mid to late October.

Additional information


3.5g pack (8th), Ounce (oz), Quater pound (Qp), Half pound (Hp), Pound (Lb)


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