Jack Herer Marijuana Strain
The book ‘The Emperor Wears No Clothes’ was written by Jack Herer, a renowned first-class author, and avid marijuana activist. This strain was named in honor of the contributions he made towards the legalization of marijuana.
Being a devoted environmentalist, Jack Herer also advocated for the regulation of industrial hemp. He firmly believed that hemp was the ultimate renewable resource that could be applied in almost all industries.
Unfortunately, this great man died at the age of 70, back in 2010, but his memory will live on. This strain will be a constant reminder of what a legend he indeed was.
Origin, THC levels, and genetic composition
Jack Herer joined the marijuana scene in the ’90s from Holland, bred by Sensi Seeds company.
Jack Herer is a child of three world-famous strains: Shiva Skunk, Northern Lights #5, and Haze. Cannabis enthusiasts around the globe revere all these strains. Their reputation is top-notch, and they have the awards to prove it.
The hybrid is a Sativa dominant 60/40 that gives users a balanced blend of head and body effects. The THC levels are between 18% and 23%.
Experiencing Jack Herer
Jack Herer is one of the best strains available, offering its users a perfect Indica–Sativa balanced high. The strain provides an energy boost that lasts for many hours. It also keeps users clear-headed and happy.
After the first puff, consumers are hit with a mental and body buzz that keeps them relaxed, energized, motivated, and uplifted. Jack Herer is an excellent strain to boost your morale when faced with a long day.
Growing Jack Herer strain
The strain is every grower’s dream; it is straightforward to grow, doesn’t demand a lot of attention, produces high yields, and is resistant to pests and molds.
When grown indoors, the strain produces high yields when grown in a hydroponic growing medium and subjected to the Sea of Green technique.
Jack Herer prefers a sunny and warm climate when grown in an open-air setting. It produces very high yields per plant. Harvesting is conducted in early October.
Due to high yields, the buds’ weight can sometimes overwhelm the branches. The grower needs to provide external support to prevent breakage and loss of yields.
Appearance, aroma, and flavor
Jack Herer’s nugs look frosted as they are covered in a mesh of resin-filled trichomes and amber-hued pistils.
The aroma is earthy, woody, pepper, spicy, and fruity.
The flavor is detected right from the first toke. It has an earthy, piney, and pepper taste that leaves behind a sweet fruity aftertaste.