Lemon Jack Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Marijuana plants come in various types, but one of the most interesting is the Lemon Jack strain. A cross between Jack Herer and Lemon Kush, this Sativa has a distinctive lemony aroma that distinguishes it from many others. It was originally bred by Kushy Jack’s Herb Co. and was raised in Northern California.
The effects are powerful and fast-acting, and patients who have trouble sleeping due to pain or anxiety and stress may find relief with this strain. It offers feelings of happiness and euphoria, and patients dealing with depression may also benefit from this strain.
The adverse effects associated with Lemon Jack include dry mouth and eyes, a lack of appetite, and dry eyes. This strain may also have some short-term side effects that include headaches, dizziness, and even paranoia. The THC levels for this strain are high at 17%, and patients who are sensitive to THC may suffer from severe side effects.
Lemon Jack has a strong lemon smell that helps to distinguish this strain from many others. It is a tall plant (reaching as high as 10 feet in some cases), and flowering takes about 11 weeks. The buds are large, sticky, and covered in bright orange pistils. The leaves are dark green with hints of purple, while the stems are nearly black.
The strain can thrive indoors or outdoors, though it is not recommended for outdoor growing due to its high THC content and strong odor. This strain can be grown indoors or outdoors, though outdoor growing requires a more advanced setup and more attention from breeders.
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