About Purple Jack
Those who have tried cannabis and hated it may want to think twice upon encountering Purple Jack, as this mellow bud is ideal for the newest of newbies. Unknown breeders have crossed Purple Kush and Jack Herer to result in a balanced hybrid that will let users go at their own pace. A fair bit of mystery surrounds this bud, so take everything you read with a grain of salt.
By most accounts, Purple Jack tops out at 10% THC, with the occasional odd report claiming more than twice that amount. We tend to believe that the majority rules, as these bright green and fluffy nugs boast beautiful purple leaves and just the right amount of tiny trichomes. Flavors and aromas do tend to differ a bit with this strain, as she features flavors that blend musky elements of hash and pine. Although her scents are of the same general tone, a pervasive hint of skunk is also present.
If you’re expecting to get fully blasted after a trip with Purple Jack, think again. Her effects are super gentle and while you’ll certainly get to enjoy your fair share of psychoactivity, it won’t be anything to write home about. Mentally, this strain brings about a sense of energy that’s easy to enjoy with a euphoric state that’s second to none. Users feel light and bright while their bodies tell another story altogether. Sedation is too strong of a word to use, but individuals will definitely notice their muscles start to unwind.
Medical patients may not be too thrilled about a 10% strain when it comes to helping with their ailments, but Purple Jack does bring some CBD to the party as well. Ultimately, while this bud isn’t a powerhouse for all things medicinal, it can help to take the edge off of stress and depression and will likely give users a little boost to help with daytime fatigue. Pain and inflammation can also be quelled, but again, if you need something that will hit hard, this one isn’t your best bet.
Home cultivators will be delighted to learn that Purple Jack is a fairly easy plant to navigate at home as long as she’s kept in warmer conditions. Outdoor growth is suitable depending on where you live and will produce a higher yield, but inside is also just fine. These medium-sized plants mature after about 8 to 9 weeks.
Great for your first time or simply instances when you want a bit of a high without being out of your mind, Purple Jack is a strain you’ve got to try at least once. She blends interesting flavors with her dazzling appearance and aims to please whether it’s day or night. Try incorporating this plant in your own garden so you’ll always have some on hand.