Appearance & Aroma
Though the THC on this isn’t exceptionally high, the perfect balance between Sativa and Indica makes it an alluring strain for its magical effects. The taste is as the name would suggest: fruity and earthy with tart and sweet apple zest. The scents are peppered with apple and sugar but are overtaken by sharp earth. The nugs are dense and green with golden and red undertones..
Effects & Benefits
Apple Jack is one of those intensely focused buds, so if you have a project you’ve wanted to complete or a to-do list looming, now is the time. These nugs go down smooth and will have you feeling that heady cerebral sensation after just one hit. The energy flow that washes over you will have all of your creative cylinders firing, making it an excellent daytime bud. The full-body relaxation, as Indicas typically provide, only compliments the celestial Sativa buzz you feel from head to toe.
For those who suffer from mood or attention disorders such as stress, depression, bipolar, or ADHD, this strain allows you to streamline your thoughts and let negativity drop by the wayside. You’ll feel elevated yet relaxed, making it ideal for symptoms of the above ailments. Due to its highly energetic nature, this is an excellent strain for anyone suffering from chronic fatigue or clinical exhaustion. The CBD percentage of this strain is almost too low to measure; therefore, it is not recommended for anyone who needs CBD for treatment.
The only negative to this strain is that it is difficult to come by. As a consequence, there are very few growth details known. A few other flowers of the same or similar name may throw off the search, but detailed recommendations and tips are lacking if any.
Dutch folks usually know what they are speaking about regarding cannabis, and we’re inclined to trust a country that made weed an art form long before most locations were even allowed to grow it. This tasty bud has uniquely enticing qualities that help everyone from artists to office managers and everyone in between. Enjoy Apple Jacks in the morning to give a pep in your step or midday to get through a slump.