Jack Straw

Jack Straw

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    9 to 10 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and semi-humid environment 
  • Yield:
    Medium to Heavy
  • Flavors:
    Sweet, Earthy, Lemon and Haze
  • THC Content:
    15 to 24%
  • Height:
    Medium to tall
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

Jack Straw has four known phenotypes, but the two are most popular. One has exhibits more of the Jack The Ripper, which is very tall and can stretch three times, while the other displays dominance of Touch of Grey, with its short and stocky structure. This weed is produced and bred by SubCool’s The Dank, where they combined the Jack The Ripper and the Touch of Grey. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Jack Straw?

Since there are two phenos for this hybrid, the flavors have a slight difference from one another. One is earthy with some lemony haze undertones while the other leans more on the sweeter side with a tinge of haze. 

The high is the same, where there are a balance indica and Sativa effects. This weed surely knows what you need. If smoked at the end of a tiring day, it can provide you relaxing body effects that will prep you to sound sleep. However, when taken during the day, and you are widely awake, this weed will give you the energy to get on with the day. 

High Type: Provides good pain relief along and can even be a bit at too high a dose.

What are the Medical Benefits of Jack Straw?

The Jack Straw is an excellent weed for patients seeking relief for their pain either from inflammation, injury, post-operation, cancer, and muscle spasms. Additionally, this cannabis can do great wonders with individuals who need to regulate their anxiety, mood swings, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and depression. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Jack Straw.

Due to the potency of this hybrid strain, it can cause fidgeting and jittery when toked too much. Users who are experienced with higher THC levels usually experience dry mouth after smoking. 

How to Grow Jack Straw? Some information and Tips

This weed is relatively easy to cultivate, either indoors, outside, or in a greenhouse. The breeders recommend topping her into a 30 inch bush to maximize its yield. 

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