Jack The Ripper
Jack The Ripper bud features a sweet lemon flavor. Its negative effects include the standard cotton mouth, dry eyes, and occasional dizziness. A few users may experience anxiety or paranoia, especially when using higher doses or baking the strain into edibles (brownies, cookies, etc.). This is a good coverall medication. It is ideal for daytime use since the cerebral effects are stimulating rather than soporific. The strain can ease most chronic aches and pains and muscle spasms. Its cerebral effects can help relieve stress, anxiety, and depression. Patients may also use this strain for migraines, nausea, glaucoma, inflammation, and anorexia.
The Jacks Cleaner strain is somewhat of a legend in elite circles and we have the internet to thank for it. According to Subcool, the founder of TGA Genetics, he received about 200 seeds from a friend he met in the one of the many online grow forums and chats. Subcool’s friend, Skoosh, told him that the was some some mixture of Pluton, Northern Lights,Lambs Bread, and Purple Haze, but he was unsure of the order in which they were crossed.
Apart from its name, Jack the Ripper’s aroma is equally distinctive and memorable. A strong lemony zest coupled with hints of spice and pine gives this strain a beautifully fragrant aroma. A mature Jack the Ripper plant produces distinctive triangle-shaped buds that are coated heavily in resinous trichomes. When fully grown, a JTR plant typically reaches around 65 inches in height.
As previously mentioned, Jack the Ripper has a THC level of approximately 15-20%. Some believe that Jack the Ripper’s THC content can reach the high 20s. However, most agree that 20% is a more accurate upper-end figure for JTR’s THC content. A less contentious issue is Jack the Ripper’s CBD content. The reason for this is that JTR only contains minimal amounts of cannabidiol. With the Jack the Ripper strain, you’re looking at a CBD content of approximately 0.20%.