More About Lemon Jack Autoflowering Strain
Genetics Parents: Jack Herer x Lemon Kush
Flowering Period: 10-11 Weeks
Climate: Dry and Warm
Yield: 350-500g.m2 Indoors, 500 g/plant Outdoors
Flavors: Pine, Lemon, Sweet, Citrus
THC Level: 13% to 18%
CBD Level: 1%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Lemon Jack Autoflowering?
The scent of lemon would be the first thing you remember in Lemon Jack strain. But this time, instead of the lemon’s acidity, it gives off a sweet taste profile. There’s a touch of vanilla and pine in there as well. It has a fragrance that is almost similar to its aroma. A sour kick of lemon hits the tongue first, then sweetens with time.
You’ll experience a burst of energy that will make you jittery and unable to sit in one position. This will also give you a laser-like concentration, helping you to complete your tasks with ease. Since this is a social burden, plan to be the life of the party; you’ll become a little chatty, but hey, there’ll be plenty of laughs.
What are the Medical Benefits of Lemon Jack Autoflowering?
As a sativa dominant strain, Lemon Jack Auto may rely on it to keep you awake and alert, as well as to support and relieve social and mental disorders. You’ll break out of your shell and speak to something or someone breathing because it’s a social burden. There is no limit. It’s also a safe way to keep the tension at bay. Finally, consumers can use this to stay focused on the job at hand and keep their day organized and prepared.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Lemon Jack Autoflowering
When using this strain, users can experience cottonmouth and dry eyes. To stay hydrated, you’ll need a wet towel and some liquids. When you take too much pressure, you’ll get another side effect. If not regulated, it can cause anxiety and paranoia.
How to Grow Lemon Jack Autoflowering?
Lemon Jack seeds are widely available in dispensaries due to the strain’s popularity and ease of cultivation. While it is not the most well-known strain globally, it is well-known enough in the United States to be a common mainstay. There isn’t anything you need to know about it to grow it properly. Without much effort, it will grow fairly bushy and shoot up. Even better, they aren’t too big, making them extremely easy to maintain and manage.
Growing this hybrid is simple and results in a bushy 350-500 grams per meter square indoors and 500 grams per plant that produce many products. About 10-11 weeks, you’ll see spear-like buds starting to bloom all over the place. It thrives in warm climates, and its flowers practically gleam in the sunlight.