White Label Jack Herer

White Label Jack Herer Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
18 - 20%
Yield
500 grams per plant (outdoors); 350 grams per square meter (indoors)
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
50 - 70 days
Climate
Sunny
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
150 - 180 cm
Flavors
Woody, spicy, citrus

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White Label Jack Herer Marijuana Seeds Information

It is bred by White Label Seeds with the effort to copy the wonderful traits of the infamous Jack Herer. It is called the ‘Champagne of Strains’ or to put it in an elegant way, ‘the Methode Champagnoise’ of the excellent hybrid strains. Once you get a taste of it, you will surely utter that it’s way better than white wine or any Jack Herer copy. The breeder combined Jack Herer with White Widow to make this fantastic strain.

What are the Flavor and Effects of White Label Jack Herer?

It has an intense flavor that consists of wood, spices, and citrus. It gives off invigorating euphoria as its effects are a bit psychedelic. It can let you soar up high, so you feel better with new ideas. It would help you conquer the day as you finish your tasks with ease.

What are the medical benefits of White Label Jack Herer?

It provides temporary relief for people with mental disorders like PTSD, ADD, ADHD, stress, depression, and anxiety. It can erase any pain or aches that you feel in different parts of the body. It stimulates appetite so you won’t worry about losing it.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from White Label Jack Herer

The common adverse effect is the dryness of eyes and mouth. It’s a highly potent weed, and even experienced tokers would not find it easy to handle. Beginners should pass on this to avoid pronounced negative effects.

How to Grow White Label Jack Herer?

They like a lot of sunlight when growing outdoors as their potential comes out. You can place the plants in the greenhouse to protect them from harmful weather. They can grow a lot indoors so you can flip them after 11 to 15 days for flowering.

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