Jack Herer Marijuana Strain Review

Jack Herer Marijuana Strain Review


Jack Herer Strain Review

Jack Herer gained its name after the famed author, a dedicated cannabis activist. The strain is most popular in the west. Thi is a fast growing and incredibly popular strain.

Highlights of the Strain

Jack Herer creates what can be described as a “body high”. This strain infuses users with a considerable amount of energy, making it suitable for daytime activities. Users mental awareness remains heightened, however, and can be especially useful for constructing creative thoughts or actions. This strain is particularly good at alleviating stress and fatigue. It is also helpful in improving the moods of those diagnosed with depression. It can be prescribed for individuals with PTSD or ADHD. Jack Herer contains between 15 and 17 percent of THC and around 0.03 to 0.2 percent of CBD. There have been some growers who were able to achieve up to 26% THC but it is quite difficult.


Jack Herer is a hybrid strain. The Haze Sativa is combined with an existing cross of Shiva Skunk Indica and Northern Lights Indica.


The flavor of Jack Herer could most aptly be described as being spicy. There is also a little bit of woody and pine scent as well. This is a unique strain that if you appreciate an become a quick favorite.

Grow Info

Jack Herer may not be the easiest of strains to grow but it can be managed. This strain requires a moderate climate and grows best when indoors. It can be grown in hydroponic systems, although the plants do tend to get quite bushy. The plants will start flowering in eight to nine weeks. The overall yield will depend on whether the strain is an indica phenotype or a sativa phenotype,but overall the yield is average or above average. Jack Herer is a strain that does much better with full sun and can flower loose nugs if not kept in full sun. Also I would advise against over cropping this strain as in my experience it can result in small loose buds.


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