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About this Hybrid Strain
The Sativa-dominant hybrid strain Jacked up is a cross between the infamous Jack Herer and Timewreck. It has a scent and taste reminiscent of walking through a damp pine forest, with notes of sweet fruit and spicy berries, along with nugs that are mint green with shades of lavender. The pistils are bright orange and a well-cultivated and cured batch will have a frosty layer of lavender trichomes that hint at its potency.
Jacked up's THC percentage levels range from the high teens to the low 20’s. Its effects have been reported by many reviewers as being intensely psychoactive. They note that it increased their creativity as their body relaxed and they experienced a cerebral lift. Novice consumers may want to be cautious when trying this strain, as some have found it may increase anxiety.
Some consumers have said they've used this strain to help ease symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, and appetite loss.
Frequently Asked Questions About Jacked Up
- What is Jacked Up?
Jacked up is a Sativa-dominant cannabis strain that is a cross between Jack Herer and Train wreck
- Where does Jacked Up come from?
Jacked up gets its name from its two parents Jack Herer and Train wreck
- What does Jacked Up taste like?
This strain has an earthy taste of pine, fruit, and berries.
- What does Jacked Up smell like?
Jacked up smells sweet, with hints of spice, pine, and fruit.
- What color does Jacked Up have?
The colorful buds of Jacked up are mint green with lavender accents.
- What effects does Jacked Up have?
Jacked up is a Sativa-dominant strain and many consumers have noted that is extremely psychoactive. They've shared that it has increased their creativity and relaxed their bodies while they experienced increased mental clarity. Jacked up is a Sativa-dominant Hybrid.
- Is Jacked up an indica, sativa or hybrid?
This strain is Sativa dominant.