Smelling like candy and offering amazing sativa benefits, Lemon Jack is a hybrid crafted from Jack Herer and Lemon Kush. Also known as Lemon Herer, is a blend of 70% sativa and 30% indica that’s great for daytime highs that energize. Despite its Herer lineage, users can smoke Lemon Jack and get a euphoric high without feeling weighed down. This strain is often easily recognized both because of its unique color combination and also from its signature smell. Nugs are dense with a ton of sticky resin and appear as a swirl of green, red, and orange tones. While it does have a strong lemon scent, other notes blend with it to create something pretty magical. Accompanying its citrus smell, you’ll find mint, vanilla, and a peppery pine that gives it just a bit of a spicy flavor.
Coming in between 13% and 18% THC, Lemon Jack allows users to get high and still get on with their day. It’s well-known for providing a kick of energy right off the bat, and many times replaces people’s daily cup or two of coffee. Coupling with this productivity boost is a pleasant and happy feeling that works wonders in social situations and might cause you to come down with a case of the giggles. Lemon Jack isn’t all about fun and games though, as it’s great for relieving a variety of ailments and conditions. Those with fatigue appreciate its perky high, while others who need help with stress management or general pain will love this strain. Users with anxiety might find that episodes are intensified rather than dulled, so it might be best to steer clear. Many describe the high from Lemon Jack as having a numbing effect since you get a whole body buzz with some slight sedation toward the end. Medical patients with appetite issues love what the bright lemony taste does with their desire toward food, as it allows them to function while managing their symptoms. Lemon Jack is the perfect strain for the night before a deadline when you need a clear and creative headspace without worrying, or can be great as a daily hit to relieve aches and pains. Get ready for a yummy smoke with a boost of energy when you partake in a bit of Lemon Jack!
Growing this hybrid is fairly straightforward and produces bushy medium-sized plants that yield a lot of product. Extending out far and wide, you’ll notice spear-like buds starting to flower around 10-11 weeks. It does well in outdoor climates and its flowers practically glimmer in the sun. (www.wikileaf.com)