About Jack Widow
Combining two award-winning strains has to yield some magical effects, right? Unknown breeders decided to cross Jack Herer and White Widow to see what would happen, and it resulted in this indica-dominant hybrid that offers amazing effects. Users rave about Jack Widow for its ability to lift you up without causing you to come crashing down, among other things.
Nugs of Jack Widow are a sight to behold and 19% THC levels doesn’t exactly hurt their reputation either. Light green buds resemble the shape of grape clusters and are covered with rich trichomes and bright reddish hairs. This strain’s no slouch when it comes to flavor either, as hints of lemon, skunk, spicy, and sweet all blend together for a true taste sensation.
Although this plant is heavily indica-dominant, users note that her sativa effects are long-lasting and begin with a buzzing sense of happiness. You’ll feel elated in both mind and body, and this sensation leads to some pretty social behavior. Great for the early stages of a party, Jack Widow will get you feeling amazing and ready to make new friends in no time. You can also use this strain to get through that 3 pm slump at work, as it has a tendency to put users in a focused state of mind. Remember though, she’s an indica-dominant strain, so as you come down you’ll feel a deep sense of relaxation that’s heavy enough to lead some to sleep.
Viewed as a jack of all trades, this strain works wonders for medical patients who need a bit of relief from their daily nagging conditions. Stress and depression are easily melted away with this bud’s uplifting energy, and even individuals with anxiety will find a sense of calm during their high. Body pain and insomnia are also helped a great deal, as Jack Widow offers enough THC to soothe your limbs and quiet your racing thoughts. If you struggle with nausea or a lack of appetite, this strain is great at promoting hunger.
Jack Widow offers home cultivators a pretty sweet setup, as flowering times are incredibly short at 6 to 7 weeks only. Plants are robust and hearty, making them a good choice for new growers who may not be able to tend to the needs of something more delicate. Yields are high and Jack Widow grows in compact plants, making it great for those with minimal garden space.
Even if you aren’t typically a fan of indica-dominant strains, give Jack Widow a try. With famous parents, bright and crisp flavors, and the ability to perk you up on even the most exhausting day, it’s a strain that’s great to have in your stash at all times. Share some with friends to enhance your experience or go solo and end up enjoying a great night of rest.