Jack White: An Energetic Sativa-Dominant Hybrid
White Jack is a Sativa-dominant cross of White Widow and, you guessed it, the legendary Jack Herer. Not to be confused with Jack Frost, a cross of the aforementioned plus Northern Lights, this particular cross was very Sativa looking with fluffy flowers and orange hairs. Like its White Widow parent, Jack White was absolutely covered in white trichomes.
The smell was analogous to the familiar peppery scent of Jack Herer, but also aired undertones of skunk and citrus after breaking the flowers open. The flavor also stayed true to the Jack genetics; very sweet and spicy.
When medicating with Jack White, patients can expect a predominantly cerebral, high-energy buzz stemming from the Sativa-heavy genetics. I found myself inspired to get right back to work after a smoke break. I would most definitely classify Jack White as a daytime medication for that reason.
“Like its White Widow parent, Jack White was absolutely covered in white trichomes.”
At lower dosages, the strain is very true to its Jack Herer parent with regards to effects. However, when medicating heavily with the strain, the sedative effects from the Indica genetics really bare their head and induce sleepiness.
The overall effects are very similar to those experienced with most hazes; a “stoney” feeling that concentrates heavily behind the eyes and in the back of the neck (feels like a comfortable pressure or tightening). The strain was also very sedative once the effects wore off after about an hour.
Rumored flowering periods for Jack White are around 60-70 days, and she’s known to be an extremely high yielding strain when provided with sufficient light.