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Strains of unknown origins always tend to be more fun, and this strong sativa strain is certainly one you can have a good time with. Said to be named after the highway found in Central California, J-27 brings users a typical set of uplifting effects that are best for experienced smokers. While no one really knows who her parents are, J-27 is rumored to be an offshoot of Jack Herer.
Buckle up for this ride, as THC levels often reach upward of 20% in this rare strain. Great for recreational and medical purposes, nugs of J-27 grow to be quite large and include a healthy covering of orange hairs. To compliment her color palette, buds feature a strong citrus aroma that’s literally mouth watering. Some users note a hint of pine at the end, although it’s faint and only discernible by those with an incredible sense of smell.
Imagine speeding down the J-27 highway in California and that’s pretty much the experience you’ll have during this strain’s high. It hits right away with a huge burst of energy and creativity, allowing users to be completely uplifted and focused on whatever is in front of them. No stranger to social situations, J-27 imparts a talkative and often times giggly state of mind, making it a perfect compliment to a weekend with friends or an afternoon with your favorite coworkers.
As wonderful as it is for recreational use, this strain is just as great for medical patients. When you’re in pain or feeling an overwhelming amount of stress, you don’t want to have to wait for relief, and with its quick onset, J-27 brings her benefits to you fast. Nearly any mood disorder can be soothed by a few hits, although newer users are cautioned as indulging too much could incite paranoia or anxiety. Daytime fatigue and general body pain are also greatly affected by J-27’s effects.
Getting your hands on some of your own clones or seeds may prove to be difficult, because if you can’t find out who the breeder is or what a strain’s genetics are, there’s a good chance that no one wants you growing your own. The same can be said for J-27, although some users do report that she is a moderately difficult strain to grow and flowers in about 7 to 10 weeks.