J1 Strain

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About J1

60% sativa | 40% indica

The Sativa-dominant hybrid dubbed J1 is a cross between the two incredibly popular strains Skunk #1 and Jack Herer. Its scent is a combination of rosemary and skunk, while its flavor tends to be similar, though with a bit of sweet spice lingering on the palette after the exhale.

The high of J1 cannabis strain has been described as clear-headed and creative. Reviewers say it's best used for the creative and artistic types that want to enhance their hobbies or work from a creative mindset. J1 is reputed to be an excellent wake-and-bake strain, as some experienced relief from fatigue. Reviewers also experienced relief from cycling thoughts and found new inspiration.

J1 THC percentage levels often fall around the low 20's and reviewers have said this strain is a good choice for both novice and veteran consumers. Its pinecone-shaped cured buds look teal, with a lovely layer of trichomes lightening its tones. The J1 strain also produces thick fiery orange pistils that stand out against its cooler tones.

Growing Information

This strain can be grown both indoors or outdoors, as long as it has good soil to thrive in. It does best in dryer atmospheres, so if you live in a rainy area, this one may be best kept indoors. Expect a harvest in about 8-9 weeks, or around September, if growing outdoors.

Lineage / Parents

Jack Herer

J1 Effects:

  • Happy
  • Euphoric
  • Uplifted
  • Energetic
  • Creative
  • Focused

J1 Use:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Pain
  • Appetite

J1 Flavor:

  • Earthy
  • Citrus
  • Sweet

J1 Side Effects:

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
  • Dizziness
  • Paranoia
  • Anxiety

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It's about 20.5%.
It's about 0.01%.
It's a sativa strain.
Yes. It's 60% sativa.
Jack Herer.
This strain can be grown both indoors or outdoors, as long as it has good soil to thrive in. It does best in dryer atmospheres, so if you live in a rainy area, this one may be best kept indoors. Expect a harvest in about 8-9 weeks, or around September, if growing outdoors.
Some strongest effects are being happy, euphoric and uplifted.
Some have experienced dry mouth, dry eyes and dizziness.
It's very useful for anxiety, depression and pain.
It has earthy, citrus and sweet flavors.