Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper

4.3| 279 Reviews

Strain Highlights

Jack the Ripper, or JTR, is the flagship hybrid from TGA Genetics and was created by the breeder Subcool in an attempt make his famous Jack’s Cleaner in seed form. Described by many as the fastest lemon Haze available to date, it was created by crossing the Jack’s Cleaner clone with a vigorous Space Queen male known as Space Dude. Featuring incredibly resinous triangle-shaped buds and an intense spicy, lemon-pine aroma, Jack the Ripper is a relatively short 70% sativa-dominant strain that usually tests over 20% THC. The effect is intense, visually stimulating, and can sometimes leave novice consumers disoriented and paranoid.

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Strain Attributes

Happy
Energetic
Uplifted
Talkative
Euphoric
Stress
Depression
Pain
Headaches
Nausea
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Paranoid
Anxious
Headache

Strain Data

All values are averages.
FLOWERING
7-9 wks
10-12 wks
> 12 wks
Parents of Jack the Ripper

Flavors

  • 1. Lemon
  • 2. Citrus
  • 3. Pungent

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“Although this strain is an energizing sativa with happy and euphoric effects, it is still unlike many other sativas. Instead of a fast hitting, heavy head high, Jack the Ripper eases you into a powerful stone not overwhelmed by excessive head heaviness. As a person with constant medium to high levels of anxiety, I can tell you instead of producing high levels of anxiety and paranoia like a wide amount of sativa strai...”

Most Recent

“I am normally not a Sativa person, but I was offered a couple grams of this strain, and I heard so many awesome things that I couldn't resist. This sweet and lemony strain is a heavy hitting sativa, gives me a huge uplifting and energetic high. Although some Haze strains have been known to give me slight paranoia, this strain did not. Definitely recommended for anyone who needs a nice mood lifter and a burst of energ...”

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