Jack Frost Marijuana Strain

Jack Frost is a Sativa-dominant Hybrid marijuana strain. It’s pleasing pine and citrus flavors will leave marijuana enthusiasts feeling energetic, euphoric and giggly.

Jack Frost Marijuana Strain

Energetic, Euphoria, Giggly, Happy, Hungry, Pain Relief, Relaxed, Social, Talkative, Uplifting
Anxiety, Depression, Lack Of Appetite, Nausea, Pain, Stress
Citrus, Earthy, Lemon, Sweet

Jack Frost is an upbeat 65/35 Sativa-dominant cross. While this strain is energizing, it provides more relaxation and pain relief than the average Sativa flower. Great for enjoying with others, the Jack Frost strain has a strong yet playful attitude. Those with social anxiety or who just want to have a relaxed time out and about may appreciate the carefree nature of this flower, especially when consumed in low to moderate doses.

Jack Frost Experience

This happy flower is a cross between three world-famous strains, Jack Herer, White Widow, and Northern Lights #5.

Jack Herer is one of the most popular Sativas available, known for its upbeat and energizing high. White Widow is a powerful, old school Hybrid. Northern Lights is an upbeat yet drowsy Indica.

The result of the mix is a spirited and mellow flower loaded with THC. This herb easily produces up to 23% of the psychoactive, making it an appropriate choice for experienced marijuana consumers. In fact, Goldenseeds, the breeders of Jack Frost, bred this strain over five years to increase potency.

This strain’s high is all smiles. A great choice for marijuana enthusiasts heading to a social gathering, this strain is known to inspire giggle fits and plenty of interesting conversations.

Though happy and uplifting, this Sativa is an afternoon strain. The Northern Lights lineage provides some calm, physical relaxation the experience.

Traits of Jack Frost and Jack Frost Seeds

The perfect strain to shock marijuana consumers out of their winter blues. Strong aromas of woody pine will remind cannabis enthusiasts of a walk in the woods on a cold winter day, while the bright lemon and citrus flavors as like a breath of fresh air.

Marijuana connoisseurs will pick up on a pleasing sweetness, adding depth and complexity to the already tantalizing flavor profile. The smoke isn’t completely overpowering, instead offering cannabis consumers a smooth, enjoyable toke that is clean and won’t overstay its welcome.

Nugs display familiar Sativa traits, with a pepper-like shape and loose-leafs that appear almost fluffy. Delicate to the touch, these nugs have a nice dusting of crystal trichomes, which marijuana consumers would expect given the higher than average THC levels.

Why do people use Jack Frost?

Some consumers find that Jack Frost promotes focus and an all-around good mood. This strain would be a perfect selection to break out on a sunny weekend when you’re ready for some low key leisure activities. A slow bike ride or a barbecue would be top picks for this flower. As would spending quality time with friends.

Even though high doses of this strain are associated with anxiety, this flower is popular among medical cannabis patients seeking relief from the mental state. While Jack Frost is thought to be mentally uplifting, many find that this strain also promotes a sense of calmness and ease. This flower is also popular among patients experiencing chronic stress, pain, and fatigue.

Medical Benefits of Jack Frost

This Sativa-dominant flower will definitely help some marijuana patients who’ve symptoms have left them feeling down.

  • Medical consumers often pick up Jack Frost for gastrointestinal concerns, such as nausea and lack of appetite
  • Jack Frost is also a popular pick for those with mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, and chronic stress. Patients can expect the effects of this strain to last around three hours
  • This sharp citrus bud has fair pain-relieving potential for a Sativa. Again thanks to Indica heritage, Jack Frost may work well for moderate daytime pain relief

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