Jack Frost cannabis strain is a Balanced Hybrid strain that has gained popularity over the years as much as its namesake. This strain is named after one of America’s most foremost and legendary activists known as Jack Herer. Jack, who is also the author of “The Emperor Wears No Clothes.” is best remembered for his tireless fights and activism for the rights that cannabis lovers now enjoy.
It is a highly relaxing yet uplifting and pain relieving strain sparking both creativity and energy with the absence of heavy Indica effects.
After over 5 years of intensive research, Jack Frost was developed by the geneticists at Goldenseeds. It is a cross breed of Jack Herer Sativa strain, along with Northern Lights #5 Indica and White Widow Hybrid. The parents have a complex genetic history, which all adds to its overall outlandish but pleasant character that so many have fallen in love with.
Jack Frost is a Balanced Hybrid 50/50 Indica/Sativa with a good amount of THC coming in at approximately 22.6%
Patients who consume the Jack Frost strain of medicinal marijuana have reported both negative and positive effects when using the product. Some common and some rare.
Most Jack Frost consuming patients have reported the following common positive effects:
Commonly reported side effects of consuming Jack Frost as reported by patients include the following:
- Dry Mouth
- Dry Eyes
Rare side effects reported by patients include:
Medical Benefits of Jack Frost
Jack Frost can be used to induce relaxation without having to deal with some of the side effects of typical antidepressants. For chronic pain conditions such as arthritis, sciatica, and fibromyalgia, its powerful THC levels can be the perfect solution. While its energizing effects can address fatigue, its mood-boosting properties make it useful for the treatment of depression.
Patients report the Jack Frost strain helps with:
After analysis of the Jack Frost cannabis strain, high levels of Myrcene were discovered. When combined with THC, Myrcene helps to increase the effects of relaxation and sedation. Its earthy green pungency comes from Caryophyllene, Humulene, and A-Pinene.
Pinene can be seen as the terpene with the largest proportion in this strain, little wonder it is the dominant flavor and is where this strain gets its woody, piney scent. Patients suffering from depression, arthritis, insomnia have been able to find aid in Linalool terpene. Terpineol helps for relaxation giving you that couch lock effect. It also contains antibiotic and antioxidant properties.
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