Jack’s Hash

Jack’s Hash

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    8 to 9 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and slightly dry environment
  • Yield:
    600 g/m2 indoors; 800 to 1000 per plant outdoor
  • Flavors:
    Haze, Hash, Incense, and Sweet
  • THC Content:
    15 to 23%
  • Height:
    Medium
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

This magnificent weed was bred and created by Xtreme Seeds Co., with a goal to decrease the flowering period of the Jack Herer while increasing her production. So the CC Team chose the Jack Herer with the strongest scent and taste of haze and crossed it with an Afghan Xtreme. This led to a marijuana plant that displays buds and leaves with hints of violet, and resins blanketed all over her. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Jack’s Hash?

From the moment you inhale the warm and heavy smoke of this weed, you will instantly taste the excellent haze flavor with hints of hash. Sometimes you may also taste a classic incense with a sweet undertone. 

The effect of this strain might fool anyone unfamiliar with this weed. It usually starts with a cerebral euphoria, uplifting and energizing. As soon as it reaches its peak, a relaxing physical effect that can make you really sleepy if toked too much. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Jack’s Hash?

The use of this weed is found to be helpful to patients who are suffering from nausea, insomnia, muscle spasms, and lack of appetite. This can also benefit patients who are experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD.  

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Jack’s Hash.

The use of this particular hybrid strain can cause dryness of the mouth and eyes. This can also make its users feel tired and lethargic when they smoked too much. Due to the high potency of this marijuana, new patients are advised to take this slow to avoid any trigger in anxiety or paranoid thinking. 

How to Grow Jack’s Hash? Some information and Tips

This cannabis is ideal for beginners and can thrive, whether indoors or outside. For outdoor growing, the best time to harvest her goodies is around early to mid-October. The Jack’s Hash is a forgiving plant, it can stand any forms of training or technique, but you have to check it for mites since the resins can attract them. 

 

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