Lemon Jack Sativa Dominant Hybrid
Lemon Jack; also known as Lemon Herer is a cross between Jack Herer and Lemon Kush. Lemon Jack is a 70% sativa dominant strain. The buds are quite dense and sticky, but incredibly soft at the same time. You will find lots of oranges, reds and beautiful hues of green. Even though it looks like any other Kush strain, you can immediately identify its aroma due to Jack being a part of the genetics. The smell of Lemon hits you as you open the bag with lesser notes of pepper and vanilla cream. The taste is not as spicy as you would expect it to be for a Jack Herer descendant and is more or less the same as its smell. Expect a light but satisfying high that’s perfect for engaging in tasks or social activities.
The pretty light green buds on Jack Herer are uniformly medium in size. The buds are generally not super dense but have a nice tight hand trim around them. A metal grinder is highly recommended for experiencing the flavours and buzz of this smoke to the fullest.
Cannabinoid Range: approximately 24% THC
Lemon Jack Herer packs a lifted and energizing high that’s perfect for a day when you need a little extra oomph to get up and moving. You’ll feel the effects hit you almost as soon as you exhale, filling your brain with a lifted sense of clear-headed sense of euphoria and motivation that’s accented by a boost in creativity and focus. You’ll find that conversations come easily in this state as you’re inspired to talk about anything and everything.
The Lemon Jack Experience
Effects & Feelings
Creative, Euphoria, Focus, Happy
Helps With & May Relieve
ADD/ADHD, Chronic Pain, Depression, Fatigue, Migraines, Nausea, PTSD, Stress
Citrus, Lemon, Pine, Sweet
What is a Hybrid Strain?
Although mother nature has done most of the work for us, modern-day strains are mostly a project of design. The cross-breeding of any plant species involves the same basic processes, and Cannabis is no exception. For instance, to crossbreed plant strains, female plants must receive pollen from their male counterparts; however, out in the wild, this happens more naturally, usually only between the same strains of Cannabis.
In creating new and exciting Hybrids, growers carefully select their cross strains and breed them in a controlled environment. By doing so, they can dictate which traits from each strain will end up combined in the final product. As a result, the seeds from these plants will then become First Generation Hybrids. These new plants will then be bred over and over again to help increase these desired traits.
Choosing a Hybrid Strain
Indica dominant, Sativa dominant or true Hybrid, there are unlimited possibilities and combinations to choose from. So how are you supposed to know which strain is right for you? Consider what you’re using Cannabis for.
If you need pain relief but aren’t looking for heavy sedation, Sativa-dominant Hybrids like Citrique might be right for you. If you’re looking to relax without the added psychoactive effects, try using an Indica-dominant strain. It is important to remember that not all strains affect all users in the same way.
When choosing a Hybrid strain, look for the balance that is right for your individual Cannabis needs. We always recommend that you start low and go slow. In other words, start with a small dosage and increase slowly as needed until you find the balance that is right for your needs.