About Jack's Dragon Girl #7
Considered to be one of the more “new-age” strains if you will, Jack’s Dragon Girl #7 comes from Canadian cannabis powerhouse Spectrum. This evenly balanced hybrid certainly wasn’t grown in someone’s backyard, as her cross between Dragon Lady and Jack’s Girl has resulted in an incredible specimen of a plant. This seventh phenotype is by far the most sought after - and for good reason.
While data on this bud is pretty transparent, it’s still hard to come by exact THC levels. Nugs aren’t overly impressive to look at, as their green tone and moderate size don’t give many clues into your impending experience. Her flavors are a delicate blend of sweet and floral notes that translate seamlessly into her aroma as well. If you’re new to using cannabis, this may be a nice choice as you get used to experiencing all the plant has to offer.
Sometimes strains that call themselves balanced hybrids don’t live up to their description, but Jack’s Dragon Girl #7 is truly as even as can be. Users will experience a lifting sense of energy that’s joyful yet manageable, and their physical state will be calmed without feeling sedated. In some cases, a bit of the giggles may come through, but overall you’ll feel a nice mixture of productivity and relaxation. Hunger is common with this bud, so make sure to have some snacks handy and relish in the gentle body buzz she brings.
Patients who turn to cannabis for medical relief aren’t always looking to get high out of their minds, and if you’re simply in need of gentle assistance to get through a long day, Jack’s Dragon Girl #7 is the way to go. Fatigue is banished with her uplifting nature and all traces of stress and depression tend to dissolve after just a few tokes. Bodily pain can also be addressed here, although for chronic issues another bud may be a smarter choice.
Cannabis that’s grown by major corporations like Spectrum is often difficult to come across when you want to cultivate your own at home, and Jack’s Dragon Girl #7 appears to follow this trend. This strain does seem a little bit hard to track down on dispensary shelves, and it’s not even currently showcased on Spectrum’s website. At this point, any hopes of growing your own plants should be lovingly surrendered.
Should you find some of this bud, stock up as best as you can because you’ll never know when you’ll see her again. Jack’s Dragon Girl #7 is a great option for users of nearly all experience levels and provides a well-balanced set of effects that are ideal for a work day or a relaxing weekend.