Jack The Ripper

Jack The Ripper


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Jack the Ripper

Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 70% Sativa / 30% Indica THC: 15% – 20%
The name of this “killer” strain says it all. In case anyone doesn’t know, Jack the Ripper was a 19th century murderer in London, the world’s first documented serial killer. Don’t expect anything nearly so violent, but be ready for a creeping cerebral high that’s ideal for creative daytime tasks. The high is decidedly upbeat, with a good dose of both energy and relaxation.

This strain works best on depression and anxiety, though it’s also good for PTSD, migraines, and PMS. Jack the Ripper has a lemony citrus flavor and an earthy smell. The THC content averages less than 15%, though some breeders claim levels as high as 26%. While it’s not the world’s most powerful strain, it delivers effective medical relief to many people. The ratio of sativa/indica in it is 70:30, so the high is focused mostly on the head. Some patients experience dry mouth or red eyes, while paranoia is also possible.

Jack the Ripper, or JTR, is the lead hybrid from Subcool’s The Dank, and it was made to put his on the map Jack’s Cleaner in seed structure. Portrayed by numerous individuals as the quickest lemon Haze accessible to date, it was made by intersection a Jack’s Cleaner clone with an enthusiastic Space Queen male known as Space Dude. Highlighting fantastically resinous, triangle-formed buds and an extraordinary zesty, lemon-pine fragrance, Jack the Ripper is a generally short strain. Impact might be exceptional and outwardly animating.


Its cerebral impacts  helps to alleviate pressure, uneasiness, and gloom. Patients can  use this strain for headaches, queasiness, glaucoma, irritation, and anorexia. Jack the Ripper was created by TGA Subcool Seeds, who crossed the tricky Jack’s Cleaner with the well known strain called Space Queen.

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1 Oz, 1 Pound, 1/2 Pound, 1/4 Pound, 2 Pounds, 5 Pounds


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