This combination of two perennial favourites – Purple Kush and Jack Herer – is a sativa-dominant hybrid, though the exact balance of sativa to indica is something of a mystery. But Purple Jack likely has a fair amount of both gene types, since Purple Kush is a heavy indica and Jack Herer is a heavy sativa. THC levels are low in this strain, regularly testing at below 23%. It’s harder to come by reliable data on CBD levels, however, so Purple Jack probably shouldn’t be used as the only means of treating seizures or other conditions that respond to that cannabinoid. But it’s ideal for patients who want a relaxing but energizing cerebral alternative to more potent choices. Though dominated by sativa genes, Purple Jack also produces physical effects, including couch-lock. It’s likely a good choice for anxiety and irritability, but otherwise medical uses aren’t widely reported. This strain has a musky, spicy aroma with hints of Skunk, while the flavour is smooth and musky with notes of hash and pine. The nugs are dark and lime green, with a fluffy appearance, purple leaves, and a light dusting of trichomes.
Cerebral, Energizing, Euphoria, Focus, Happy, Relaxing, Uplifting
Anxiety, Arthritis, Depression, Fatigue, Headaches, Insomnia, Migraines, Mood Swings, Muscle Spasms, PTSD, Stress
Citrus, Hash, Herbal, Honey, Pine, Spicy
Earthy, Skunky, Spicy