Cannabis Review: Jack Herer from Suzie Q’s
February 2, 2011 § 1 Comment
Source: Suzie Q’s
Phenotype: Sativa Dominant
Genetics: Skunk #1, Northern Lights #5, Haze
Effects: fast-acting, uplifting, inspirational
smell/taste: pepper, lemon
Jack Herer is a bud as much as it is a conversation piece. Aesthetically, it boasts a fantastical appearance with wild hairs and hidden purples. When this bud is broken the room may notice the release of a sharp odor-trademark pepper and lemon. If you aren’t impressed with this aroma’s translation to smoke, surely you will be impressed with what comes next. In a group of friends Jack can usher in a empathetic atmosphere that encourages our desire to vulnerable. Alone, optimistic reflection and a desire to better oneself.
Expect this static buzz, a soft Sativa glow that comes from within, to bring about an easy smile and confidence in your words. If you are with a friend that is beneficial to your productivity or inventiveness be sure and get the notepads out, you will be firing on all cylinders. As a medicine the quick-acting effects lift the user from a negative train of thought or depression-crucial when medicating for severe anxiety. Two full tokes was all it took to lighten my thoughts and get into an optimistic space of creativity and well-wishing.When it comes to the question of medicating depression and anxieties with Cannabis, this bud delivers a strong answer.
The Jack Herer is a complex grow, but is persistently popular, and you’ll see why. Its legendary buzz profile inspired Nirvana’s ‘Jock Horror‘, and Jack Herer’s positive qualities continue to be be fortified in Jack Flash #5 and Jack F6 (among others). More great Cannabis from Suzie Q’s that boasted outstanding clarity and medical benefits at a low dose, like Jack himself said when talking about Cannabis as a medicine “You’d have to be stupid not to use it!”.
-Seattle Cannabis Journal