Jack Herer is one of the most popular and well recognized strains in North America. This pure sativa strain was named in homage of famed cannabis activist and author, Jack Herer. Sensi Seeds is responsible for the creation of this enjoyable, tasty smoke and uplifting high.
This lovely sativa is arguably one of the most recognizable and popular strains in North America, and for good cause. It is named in honour of famed marijuana activist and author, Jack Herer himself and bred by Sensi Seeds with the intentions of creating a potent strain to keep you happy and uplifted. Jack Herer is a strain that will go down in the ages and is a favourite for good cause.
The appearance of Jack Herer may vary from individual grower to grower due to it’s rich lineage and background. The buds are dense with bright fluorescent green leaves and purple tones. The aroma of this strain is very unique and distinct, although much like its appearance of each variation may differ. Jack Herer contains main notes of an earthy, piney scent with undertones of a bright, almost citrusy sweetness that is familiar with most sativa strains.
Jack Herer is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain that has gained as much renown as its namesake, the marijuana activist and author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes. Combining a Haze hybrid with a Northern Lights #5 and Shiva Skunk cross, Sensi Seeds created Jack Herer hoping to capture both the cerebral elevation associated with sativas and the heavy resin production of indicas. Its rich genetic background gives rise to several different variations of Jack Herer, each phenotype bearing its own unique features and effects. However, consumers typically describe this 55% sativa hybrid as blissful, clear-headed, and creative.
Jack Herer was created in the Netherlands in the mid-1990s, where it was later distributed by Dutch pharmacies as a recognized medical-grade strain. Since then, the spicy, pine-scented sativa has taken home numerous awards for its quality and potency. Many breeders have attempted to cultivate this staple strain themselves in sunny or Mediterranean climates, and indoor growers should wait 50 to 70 days for Jack Herer to flower.