When burned, Purple Jack tastes strongly of pine and citrus.
Purple Jack’s cerebral effects are excellent for simply chilling out with friends, as its buzz is simultaneously relaxed and focused. This strain is recommended for combatting stress, exhaustion, fatigue, or mood issues like depression. It works decently well for managing pain, though it seems to excel with pain localized in the head and neck. It’s a strain that can be taken day or night.
Common side effects from Purple Jack include cottonmouth, red eyes, and dizziness.
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Purple Jack is a cross of Purple Kush and Jack Herer.