What are the effects of Jack the Ripper cannabis?
Have no fear investing in some Jack the Ripper cannabis seeds will not invite evil-doers into your life. In fact, while its namesake was a terrifying and monstrous horror that wreaked havoc on the lives of the innocent, this sativa-dominant strain only seeks to provide users with happiness and joy.
Cannabis cultivator Subcools Jack the Ripper, which they created by crossing parent strains Space Dude and Jack’s Cleaner together, boasts a THC content of 18% and 75:25 sativa to indica ratio, making for an extremely uplifting and stimulating wake and bake to help sativa lovers everywhere start their day off on the right foot.
Known for its long-lasting upbeat and energetic effects, this euphoric strain is bound to imbue users with a sense of levity and an unavoidable case of giggles.
While Jack the Ripper’s cerebral effects are potently rousing and motivating, this mind-focusing sativa hybrid is unlikely to overwhelm users with the kind of heart-racing jitters that too much caffeine can impart.
Finally, this fabulous strain also has a reputation for waking one’s center of creativity, making it easier for users to not only approach projects and tasks from a place of inspiration but also have the energy and drive to work to bring about their thoughts and ideas into reality.
What are the therapeutic benefits of Jack the Ripper as a medical strain?
Unlike its elusive and fearsome namesake, Jack the Ripper is a fantastic strain that does not inspire dread or anxiety in medical users. In fact, one of this high-quality strain’s biggest selling points as a medical marijuana strain is its anecdotal ability to alleviate chronic stress.
Along with being a stress reliever, has a reputation in the medical cannabis community for also providing long-term relief from other mental health issues and disorders such as anxiety, depression, and symptoms related to PTSD.
For medicinal users seeking a chemical-free way to potentially treat and manage physical health ailments like chronic pains, muscle spasms, joint aches, cramps, headaches, migraines, inflammation, nausea, and loss of appetite–the latter two of which may be especially pertinent for patients who are undergoing chemotherapy or radiation.
What does Jack the Ripper smell and taste like?
Jack the Ripper has a rousing sweet citrus smell that is bound to fill the space you smoke it in with its incredible lemon smell that is as pungent as it is enjoyable.
In terms of taste, this sativa is an immensely enjoyable strain to indulge in thanks to its tart and delicious flavor profile of fresh pine, sweet and sour lemons, and earthy undertones.
How do I grow Jack the Ripper cannabis seeds?
Jack the Ripper, which can be grown indoors and out, is a relatively easy strain to cultivate, which makes it an option for cultivators of all skill levels from first-time growers to expert commercial breeders. Furthermore, since Pacific Seed Bank is committed to only offering feminized marijuana seeds to its customers, there’s a 90% or so chance of ending up with all female plants.
When grown outside, which is its somewhat preferred environment, Jack the Ripper will thrive in a warm, sunny, and dry setting that also gets plenty of shade. This sativa-dominant hybrid is relatively hardy, so while it won’t endure the frost, it should be ok in cooler-than-usual temperatures.
Grown indoors, Jack the Ripper responds well to the Sea of Green training method, and regardless of where you grow it, you will need to top it early on in its vegetative growth stage and trim and prune as needed.
What do Jack the Ripper cannabis plants look like?
Jack the Ripper plants can reach heights of 6 feet tall, and produce forest green buds that are almost pyramid-like in shape.
While its plants aren’t particularly memorable in terms of appearances, the distinct-looking nuggets that they render are. In fact, one of the things that Jack the Ripper is known for is its impressive quantity of highly-resinous trichomes that thickly blanket its buds from the inside out. As such, you will need to use a good grinder to break your sticky nugs up as attempting to do so by hand will be a massive challenge.
When to harvest your Jack the Ripper marijuana plants
When it comes to harvesting Jack the Ripper, the fact that it’s a pretty low-maintenance strain to grow makes its yields seem even bigger than they are.
Grown indoors, this sativa hybrid usually begins to flower after about 8-9 weeks providing you with an approximate yield of 250 grams per square meter.
If you’re able to grow Jack the Ripper outdoors, you’ll definitely want to as it has the potential to render about 400 grams per plant sometime around late September to the early part of October.
Similar cannabis strains to Jack the Ripper
- Space Queen: this 50/50 hybrid with sativa-dominant effects has a phenotype called Space Dude, which is one of Jack the Ripper’s parents
- Pandora’s Box: This mood-boosting sativa-dominant hybrid is one of Jack the Ripper’s offspring
- Burkle: this calming hybrid is on the opposite end of the indica-to-sativa ratio spectrum from Jack the Ripper with 75% indica and 25% sativa