Candy Jack Strain Marijuana Strain Review
All my resources point to Candy Jack being a sweeter phenotype of J-1, thus making it a hybrid of Jack Herer and Skunk #1, two of the most sought after sativas on the market. I’ve reviewed J-1 in the past and couldn’t say enough positive things about it. My expectation for this variation is understandably as high as I hope it will make me.
My 2 grams were made up of small, insignificant buds. Weak and spindly looking as they were, even I must admit that it is hard to get those big 5 gram nuggets when you donate for only 2 grams. Regardless of their look, the buds were quite sticky and excelled in their sugary lemon scent and flavor. Combined with its slight astringent aftertaste, and you get a sweet variation of rather classic Jack Herer traits.
Candy Jack provides an active and cerebral high–very capable and clear minded. There isn’t much haze, but expect a significant head rush. I preferred this strain as an effective afternoon medication. I did suffer occasional bouts of daydreaming, or as I like to call them, brainstorming. However, Candy Jack provides great sensory engagement, so it could work equally well for a concert or during a day out exploring.
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