Jack Skellington

Jack Skellington is a sativa dominant hybrid. Its ratio is generally 30% indica and 70% sativa. A company called, TGA Genetics, created this strain by mixing Killer Queen and Jack the Ripper (as seen here). Other companies have mixed Querkle and Harlequin to create Jack Skellington.

Their new strain is great to take in the mornings. This is because it elevates the mood and creates a sense of euphoria. It also has good medicinal properties that medical patients need help with.

In the lab, its average tests are around 15%. But don’t judge this weed by its numbers. The sativa high is strong with this one and it tends to be too much for new smokers to handle.

How to Grow

Jack Skellington can grow indoors and outdoors. It needs plenty of space to grow because it will stretch out tall and wide. They need to be topped to produce better yields. And it grows best using Sea of Green (SOG) method.

After a little tender love and care, this strain will flower in 7 to 9 weeks. With normal care and no extra sweet nutrients, expect that this strain produce medium yields. I hope cultivators love smelly gardens because this strain starts to make the area smell like diesel, lemons and earth.

All that hard work is worth the effort. The buds that are produced are gorgeous and tasty looking. The buds become extremely resinous, they are covered in white frost. Best part of all, the buds are large and thick. These frosty treats have great bag appeal and sell quickly when customers see them on shelfs.

The Upside

Jack Skellington is a happy go lucky strain of the mind. It helps people feel happy, creative, euphoric, uplifted and relaxed. Smoke this in the morning for the beginning of a beautiful day.

Jack Skellington is such a great strain to smoke. It makes people feel good and provides relief from the aches and pains of the day. It helps people find relief from stress, depression, pain, nausea and lack of appetite.

This strain can go the extra mile for people struggling with certain illnesses. Medical patients search for this strain because it has great medical benefits. With just a few puffs, this strain provides relief from anxiety, migraines, ADD/ADHD, arthritis and bipolar disorder.

The Downside

Like with all strains, there are a few negative effects. Luckily, this strain’s negatives are few and not very common. These negatives can also be dealt with easily. But don’t worry, the high is so numbing you won’t care if you are experiencing these issues.

Survey shows that not many people have complained of dry eyes. But if you happen to be lucky enough to experience this issue, eye drops help provide excellent relief. Any eye drop brand will clear up the issue.

The next complaints are dry mouth and dizziness. A cup of water will help clear up dry mouth. Not many people have complained about this issue. Therefore, a soda pop can clear up the little bit of dry mouth that develops. For those who feel a little dizzy, sit down for a moment until the feeling starts to subside.

Why We Love Jack Skellington

It tastes like a chemical lime with fruity undertones. When it is lit, the smoking area begins to smell like diesel, lemons and earth. The high is instant, and it makes people feel like they have mental clarity and euphoria. The mind experiences an intense numbing sensation, like the brain is getting a nice massage.

The high can be so strong that it creates a feeling of confusion even with a sense of mental clarity. You won’t know what’s going on but you’ll feel great. “This shit had me in Narnia. Mr. Tumnus and Aslan helped me along the way.” Says a fan of Jack Skellington, senbonzakura.

“A nice mellow sensation without catatonia combined with a very heady high that will open creative doors while keeping the demons away. Paranoia take a detour as you ride the super highway of intellectual transcendence combined with uber productive creative endeavors…” says Jack Skellington enthusiast, EscapeVelocity. Smoke a bowl with friends for the ultimate chill experience and ponder the universe.

Have you tried Jack Skellington? What was the experience like? Was it a smooth toke or a harsh punch in the throat? Is this strain easy or difficult to grow? Any challenges that needed to be overcome when smoking this strain? Let us know in the comments down below.

Adam Rhodes

An adventure seeking nerd, nothing too serious but people seem to like him, Adam is also the creator and writer for The Strain Domain

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