Jackfrost

Jackfrost

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    9 to 10 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and slightly humid environment
  • Yield:
    1.76 OZ / FT 2
  • Flavors:
    Citrus, Pine, Sweet, Woody, Earthy, Spicy and Musk
  • THC Content:
    15 to 23%
  • Height:
    80 inches
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

The Golden Seed dedicated breeders decided to combine three of the world’s most famous strains, the Jack Herer, White Widow, and the Northern Lights #5, all from Sensi Seeds. This took five years in the making, but its all worth it. This marijuana showcases purple leaves and minty green buds that are covered in heavy trichomes. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Jackfrost?

The Jackfrost has a touch of elegance when it comes to taste. Feel the citrus, spicy, earthy and musky notes lightly tempting your tastebuds. The exhale is a sweet woody almost pine that adds finesse to its overall profile.  

The effects of this weed are great for parties and events or a simple meet up with friends. Be the social butterfly with its evident cerebral euphoria that provides laughter, happiness, and energy that last all day. Don’t toke her too much as it can knock you out. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Jackfrost?

Since the effect of using this weed improves mood, this is great for combating depression, anxiety, mood swings, stress, panic disorder, PTSD, and Bipolar disorder. It also possesses pain-relieving qualities that can help soothe joint and muscle pain, lower backache, nausea, and headaches. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Jackfrost.

When smoking or vaping, this cannabis can give its users dry eyes and mouth. New patients and even regular users may experience paranoia or dizziness if consumed in higher dosages. 

How to Grow Jackfrost? Some information and Tips

It doesn’t matter if you grow this marijuana outside or indoors, it will produce heavy yields. Just take note that when growing outdoors, for those located in the Northern Hemisphere, the best time to collect your harvest is around September. 

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