This was my first try at Jock Horror and I enjoyed it greatly. The high is long lasting and just fun fun fun! I will be growing this much more, it is great for any depression situation and also great for any party situation.
This popular medical selection is a cross of the California-bred Haze 19, an Afghan Skunk, and the legendary Northern Lights. Jock Horror's name is a play on the famed pro-marijuana advocate Jack Herer (also the name of a popular sativa). Like that strain, Jock Horror is sativa-dominant (sativa/indica ratio of 70:30). This powerful choice packs a major wallop, with THC concentrations that can reach 24% - among the highest levels in the world. CBD, on the other hand, is scarce, making up less than 1% of this strain. Thus Jock Horror shouldn't be used as an exclusive treatment for seizures or other conditions that respond to CBD. The Jock Horror high is decidedly cerebral, with deep relaxation and powerful euphoria, plus a boost of creativity that makes this strain perfect for artistic patients. Side effects may include cottonmouth and paranoia, while red eyes are also possible. The best medical uses for this strain include depression, anxiety, and chronic pain, though it can also be somewhat helpful with insomnia and nausea. Jock Horror has a unique chestnut smell and tastes of lemons and honey. This potent strain is found in small pockets in Arizona and Colorado and may appear on the black market from time to time.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid - 70% Sativa / 30% Indica