Christmas may only come once a year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy Jack Frost from January to December.
You may be wondering where the name “Jack” comes from? This is due to Jack Herer initially being a member of the love triangle but later saw it fall out of favour with the rest.
Jack Frost is fluffy as the snow on the mountain tops of the Swiss Alps. Orange hairs and glistening trichomes cover the light green bud from head to toe.
Its aroma might be a little weird at first, but it quickly grows on you. The most notable scent is a blend of skunk and pine, but it also features a touch of citrus.
Jack Frost’s flavour is similar to the aroma but lacks the pine.
Different cannabinoids will be more prominent in certain cuts.
Jack Frost Effects + Benefits
Jack Frost is the epitome of “slow and steady wins the race.” It’s like that moment when you’re lighting a firework, and the wick goes out. Scratching your head, it must be a dud.
Then, without warning, BOOM!
Once the high finally begins, expect an intense wave of euphoria, unlike anything else. It’s revered as one of the most uplifting experiences in the world of cannabis.
An increase in creative activity soon follows the bliss. It’s the kind of strain you smoke and can’t help but turn to your friends and ask, “why are we living on this beautiful blue rock in the middle of nowhere?”
As the euphoria races to an all-time high, an inescapable relaxation takes over.
Although it’s an energizing straing by nature, it’s followed by a need to chill. Tense muscles cease to stay stiff, while all worries and frustrations vacate the premises.
Medicinally speaking, Jack Frost resolves a myriad of issues. As previously discussed, it relieves stress, depression and anxiety. Alongside the former, Jack Frost also helps reduce chronic pain, migraines and the relaxation is excellent for falling asleep.
Want to cool off after a hard day on the grind? Then let Jack Frost relax you like a cold winters night by a wood-burning fireplace.