Jack Herer Regular


Jack Herer is a very popular sativa-dominant marijuana strain that has acquired its name from a marijuana activist which is also the author of “The Emperor Wears No Clothes.” This strain is a combination of a Haze hybrid with a Northern Lights #5 and Shiva Skunk cross.

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The creator of this strain hoped to acquire the cerebral high that is commonly experienced with sativas and the heavy resin production of indicas. There are many different variations of Jack Herer that has created due to its very rich genetic background with each phenotype possessing their own unique characteristics, qualities and effects. This 55% sativa hybrid promotes a happy, clear-headed, and creative type of high according to consumers.

In the mid 1990s, Jack Herer was born in the Netherlands which was distributed by Dutch pharmacies later on as a legitimate medical grade strain. Even back in the days, this spicy, pine-scented sativa has been widely popular and has garnered numerous awards because of its potency and quality. Breeders have tried to cultivate this strain in Mediterranean or sunny climates and the flowering time of Jack Herer indoors is usually between 50 to 70 days.

The regular Jack Herer strain will produce male and female plants so it will depend on your preference on what techniques you should use to flower your Jack Herer strain. This strain is a Cannabis Cup Winner so you can be assured that the quality and potency is of the highest caliber. It is commonly cultivated in sunny or Mediterranean climates and grows into a high plant.


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Aside from quick flowering time, this strain is also known to produce high yields. When cultivated indoors, this strain can be grown in small spaces and their height can be controlled by allowing them to flower just soon after they root. However, for best results, this special strain requires a dry outdoor climate and grows well when they aren’t confined to pots.