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GHS Jack Herer heritage?

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Hello, can someone please comment on Jack's genetic background.

The grow sessions video says it's NLxSkxHaze, while shop description says it's Red Skunk x Haze.

Cant find much info on forums about it.

 

NL usually gives a plant a citrusy/lemony scent, and the high is somewhat energetic.

While Skunk gives a musky aroma, with a relaxing stoned effect.

 

I was looking for an energetic haze, not sure if Jack is the strain for me.

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Hi again mate, 

 

 

I will send your inquiry to our geneticist :)

On a personal level, if you're looking for energy, I love my Jack Herer for his energy and taste. Also Super Lemon Haze and Super Silver Haze.

If you're looking for crazy, then Hawaiian Snow is the best thing haha

 


Cheers

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That's what the girls smoke around here, Super Lemon Haze, Blue Dream, Hawaiian Snow, Cotton Candy, Pink Kush etc.

I will probably get laughed at if I'm caught with any of that.

 

Have you heard from the geneticist?

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I didn't know that weed was different for girls and boys, here we be all the same and we all smoke the same, what we like ;) 

 

I will report when I have news, it is now summer and everyone enjoys a little free time (well-deserved vacation). So it may take a while for the answer to arrive.
 

Cheers! 

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