The well-balanced hybrid cannabis strain named Jack Frost produces a taste reminiscent of pine and pumpkin, with undertones of fresh earth, citrus, and skunk. Its harvest-ready buds are a mossy green in color with yellow pistils, having a visible, crystalized layer of frosty trichomes – thus its name.
THC levels have been known to reach 23%. Its high is euphoric, uplifting the spirits and sparking both creativity and energy. However, as the high wear on, the body will feel at ease and fall into a state of sedation – so consuming in the evenings or at night is suggested. Reviewers note this strain’s ability to help alleviate insomnia, pain, and lack of appetite – so prepare for the munchies.
Negative side-effects besides your typical dry mouth and eyes include paranoia, dizziness, and anxiousness when consuming in higher doses.
It takes between eight and nine weeks for Jack Frost to fully flower.
Want to know the differences between Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid strains?
Jack Frost is the result of crossing these three cannabis strains: the sativa Jack Herer, hybrid White Widow, and indica Northern Lights #5.