The Cracker Jack strain is a Sativa-dominant hybrid that stems from two popular strains. I found it to be a great strain to help ward off anxiety in the morning or early afternoon.
Cracker Jack Strain: Green Crack X Jack Herer
I came across this batch of the Cracker Jack strain on my recent trip to SFVDM in Van Nuys, CA. Right away, I knew that I was in for an enjoyable Sativa experience.
Like the name would suggest, the Cracker Jack strain was the result of crossing the Green Crack and Jack Herer strains. Of course each of those strains have built quite the reputation for themselves over the years.
Being in California, I’ve had the opportunity to to enjoy both of these strains on plenty of occasions. They are definitely two of my favorites, albeit for different reasons. I’ve come to expect an energetic, racy experience with the Green Crack strain, and a mild, euphoric effect from Jack Herer.
How Will The Cracker Jack Cannabis Strain Affect Me?
Being so familiar with the Cracker Jack strain’s parents, I was excited to see how well their characteristics would mesh together. Interestingly enough, it was exactly what I would expect.
The aroma of the Cracker Jack strain was nearly the same floral scent that I’ve come to expect from the best batches of Green Crack. However, the Jack Herer influence made itself known as soon I could taste the vapor.
“I find the Cracker Jack strain to be helpful when I’m in need of soothing anxiety relief.”
As for its effects, the Cracker Jack strain gave me a slight surge of energy that great in the morning. However, it was not nearly as racy as the Green Crack strain.
In fact, the Jack Herer seemed to help counter this effect; so much so that I find the Cracker Jack strain to be helpful when I’m in need of soothing anxiety relief.
Patients who prefer a noticeable body melt when they medicate would be unlikely to declare the Cracker Jack strain as their first choice. However, it could be ideal for those who gravitate towards strains with a more uplifting head high. It may be most beneficial those who suffer from depression, schizophrenia, OCD, or anxiety.