Found this strain about a month ago. I LOVE it. Just like they say, it’s easy on the thrust and one of the nicest nerve calmer I’ve found. Has a calming effect on my neurological system when my restless leg gets going. Try it. You just might like it.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 23%, CBN: 1%White Widow is mated with Northern Lights #5 to produce strong cannabis 'Jack Frost' that has an extremely euphoric and uplifting effect on your system. Its high also has other significant effects on your system, including creative, happy and energetic. It has a fluffy green coloured appearance. The strain has a good potency as its THC level is around 22.6 percent. It is a hybrid strain and is a mixture of both, Sativa and Indica varieties. Jack Frost has a mild and skunky flavoured aroma that slowly affects your system. It is a good strain to smoke because of its mild yet very clean and smooth smoke. You feel an earthy, woody and pine flavoured taste in your mouth as soon as you begin smoking Jack Frost. Jack Frost is best suitable for stress patients as it has a very soothing and calming effect on your body. It relaxes the stressed nerves and puts you to sleep. Due to this reason, it works as an antidote for insomnia as well. You can also use this strain for treating anxiety, depression, pain and a loss of appetite as well. Two of its strongest side-effects include dry mouth and dry eyes. However, some people also experience dizziness, paranoia and anxiety after using it too.
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Even though I usually do concentrates of most strains, I had Jack Frost in flower form. I had a nice(small) sized nug... thinking I wasn't going to feel it as much, I do another small nug....before I can finish the first nug...I was stopped by the powerful euphoria after a couple of exhalations. I had a shit eating smile for a good hour, then just knocked out. Yes, I am shocked it got me that well. I was at a pain level 9ish out of ten in lower back. (L5-S1)...after the first bowl, I clearly forgot about the pain and some unrelated stress just vanish. Recommended in moderation only, overdosing (ha) might be accompanied with dizziness and/or paranoia for novice users. Less is more.
Great for focus and creativity!
I enjoyed Jack Frost. I found it to relax my body when speeding up my mind. It felt very healing to my body. Gaveroferste case of the munchies. No cotton mouth or side effects. A solid choice for early evening ing when it's nice to relax but you don't want to be kicked u to sleepy land.
My buds were not fluffy like popcorn but, closer to an Indica firm bud. Buds green with few orange hairs but, plenty of nice small drops of trichomes. Pine, lemon, & citrus was the smell & taste here without a doubt. High I got was that of a Sativa leaning Hybrid. I did not get sleepy from this strain which was good because I was busy eating! Above average daytime smoke in my book.
Excellent strain enjoyed this more than lambs bread. It gave me energy and uplifted my mood. As a deployed veteran I can stand behind its ptsd claim wish the VA would approve this over pills.
Very calming and relaxing!
It works great .
It is definitely for sleeping!! I'm not much of a heavy sleeper, but this keeps you asleep for sure. Long lasting high for the day
This is a wonderful strain. For me, the strain has had an appetite suppressant effect - last June, I weighed over 250 lbs. and I am now below 200 for the first time since the 1980's. I am nearly 63 years old and had not smoked since 1980 until last summer. It helped with pain, which is why I took it. I was worried about getting the munchies as I did when I was young, but the opposite happened - I had a very large decrease in appetite and I not only ate less for dinner (I only smoke in the evening), but breakfast and lunch. Moreover, I had less interest in snacks. This, on top of pain reduction and lower anxiety have made this a great strain for me. I absolutely love it! ..... p.s. I really like it mixed with some Sherbet (the marijuana strain, but it'd be good with the frozen dessert too!). I use three parts Jack Frost to one part Sherbet. The Sherbet adds a touch of relaxation to the mix.