Jack’s Cheese Quake

Jack’s Cheese Quake

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    9 to 10 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and slightly dry environment
  • Yield:
    Moderate
  • Flavors:
    Earthy, Lemon, Cheese, and Sweet
  • THC Content:
    15 to 23%
  • Height:
    Medium
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Difficult

Strain Information

When Amadeus Genetics created Jack’s Cheese Quake, their central vision is to reduce the flowering time and height of the famous Jack Herer but maintains its strength and potency of the Jack Herer. Hence, they combined the female knock out cut from Sensi Seeds’ Jack Herer with TGA’s male Cheesequake. This cannabis is considered for a limited time only, so make sure to get yours now. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Jack’s Cheese Quake?

Smoking this marijuana is like eating a delicious lemon cheesecake and pairing it with a strong earl grey tea. The taste of lemon and cheese will fight for dominance in your mouth, but as the hints of sweet Sativa kicks in, the flavors will magically blend. The exhale is very earthy. 

This is the cannabis that will not waste any of your time; as soon as you breathe out the smoke, an apparent euphoria will immediately hit you. This can give you focus and alertness without getting paranoid. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Jack’s Cheese Quake?

Jack’s Cheese Quake is ideal for patients undergoing chemotherapy as it can help them lessen the after-effects. It is also great for relieving muscle spasms, spine injury, and arthritis. Additionally, this marijuana can be used by individuals who are suffering from stress, anxiety, and as well as depression.  

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Jack’s Cheese Quake.

For most users, the common side effect that they can get from smoking this weed is the cottonmouth. However, some patients might also feel mild dizziness and headache, especially when taken in larger doses. 

How to Grow Jack’s Cheese Quake? Some information and Tips

Since this weed’s stretch was significantly cut short, indoor growing is a lot easier, with fewer toppings. This is also great for outdoor cultivation due to her robust characteristics. The best time to harvest outdoors is around mid-October. 

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