• Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    9 to 11 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and semi-humid environment
  • Yield:
    Medium to High
  • Flavors:
    Green Apple, Woody, Herbal, Lemon, Pine, Spicy and Sweet
  • THC Content:
    15 to 18% 
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Strain Information

It is hard not to notice the rock-solid buds that the Jacked displays; it may not be the biggest, but it sure is heavy. The short forest green leaves are beautifully contrasted with white crystal resins and fiery orange hairs that stand out. This weed is a product of Brothers Inj where they combined two Jack Herer strains. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Jacked?

The moment light her up, and smoke, beautiful hints of green apple and wood will start to tickle your tongue, then the spicy lemon flavor will begin to dominate your mouth. The end of the smoke has a sweet herbal aftertaste. 

The effect of Jacked leans more on its indica side with a very relaxing, almost narcotic that can leave you immobile. The high starts with a body buzz at the back of the head, slowly working its way all over the body as it progresses you’ll find yourself deep-seated in your couch. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Jacked?

Despite its high THC, this cannabis has almost 2% CBD that is great for medicinal use. Patients who are coping with arthritis, fatigue, stress, chronic pain, migraines, or headaches can definitely benefit from this weed’s pain-relieving effects. This weed can also help combat the symptoms of PTSD, anxiety, and depression. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Jacked.

Expect the mouth and eyes to be dry, so make sure you have water and eye drops to help relieve the side effects. Some may also feel sleepiness in the morning after a night session. 

How to Grow Jacked? Some information and Tips

To grow this marijuana strain, one must be equipped with the knowledge and basic experience in growing such. The application of Sea of Green and SCROG is highly recommended for this cannabis. If you decided to cultivate this hybrid strain outdoors, the best time to harvest it is from the first week to the midweek of October. 


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