About this Sativa Strain
Also known as New Jack City, this hybrid cannabis plant leans more to the sativa side in regards to phenotype. The Christmas-tree shaped buds exude a thick minty aroma laced with spicy blueberries, and the smoke tastes much like the flowers smell.
Within minutes after smoking, the mind settles down to a calm, serene high, one that’s not too overwhelming but not too subtle, either. The euphoria may help combat depression, mood swings, or fatigue caused by stress. The CBD content may help alleviate chronic pain, inflammation, or digestive issues related to inflammation. Even high doses of New Jack may not induce couch-clock, making this a good strain for around-the-clock use.
Side effects from New Jack may include anxiety or cottonmouth.
Originating from the San Francisco Bay Area in California, New Jack was cultivated by Siense, a member of Epik Genetics. This strain is a cross of DJ Short’s Blueberry, X18, and Jack Herer. It has a unique cannabinoid profile, too: 16% THC and an astounding 6% CBD, which gives it some distinct properties not found in most other commercially grown strains.