Few strains can boast the kind of lightning-fast relief as Jack Flash marijuana, and award-winning hybrid that will out-race negative feelings in no-time flat.
Within seconds of taking your first toke of Jack Flash marijuana, you’ll notice a head rush that has been described as psychedelic (and one of the main reasons Jack Flash is recommended for experienced consumers). Soon, the rush will dissipate, though the happiness will remain, along with a desire to be creative and active. As that initial burst of energy wanes, the body feels heavy and lethargic.
Stress and depression are no match for Jack Flash marijuana (though, its distinct potency and often ample THC content suggest consumers dose with caution), and patients have also turned to the hybrid for its ability to help cope with chronic pain conditions like headaches and migraines.
The pungent and earthy aroma of Jack Flash marijuana is carried over from its haze parentage, and even the hints of citrus can’t make this strain’s aroma more appealing – not the choice if you’re opting to smoke undetected. It’s flavor, on the other hand, can be considered more subdued, with a citrusy undertone and a gentle smoke that hints at exotic wood.
Just slightly indica-dominant, Jack Flash marijuana seeds produce tall plants with long, thin leaves and round buds covered in resin and orange pistils. Gardeners should be comfortable with pruning sheers if they want to boost the yield of this hearty strain – you’ll want to keep bushy branches and leaves trimmed to allow the maximum amount of light to shine through. At 9-10 weeks, Jack Flash marijuana requires a longer flowering period than most, but the patient gardener will be rewarded with 12-16 ounces of resinous flower.