When it comes to legendary strains, you can’t get much more infamous than either Chemdawg or Jack Herer. One Love in Santa Ana has grabbed a good one with this combination in Chem-Jack, and I literally ran in the door when I got home to get this beauty into my bowl.
The citrusy astringent fragrance well known in Chemdawg is all over this hybrid. Underneath this is the sweet earthiness lent by the Jack. As soon as I put the jar to my nose, I could detect the blend of those familiar fragrances and my mouth began salvating. The pale, almost white, green typical of Chem strains and the deep multitude of brown hairs recognized in Jack Herer are a perfect match. These two strains have been seamlessly brought together, playing their best aspects against each other. When I got it home and began breaking it up, it was chunky and sticky. I love sativas, but they can be tricky to work with, and always break up thin. A gram of this strain broken up will barely fill a blunt.
The smoke was amazingly light, and the distinction that is its taste lasts well beyond the green hit. I absolutely adore the palate of Chem-Jack. The flavor alone makes this strain a must buy. I’ve donated for a number of strains lately here in SoCal that have this unique earthy, piney, and citrusy mixture. This might mark a swing away from a Blue Dream and Skywalker dominated marketplace, and it is a welcome breath of fresh air.
The effects of Chem-Jack are instantaneously energetic and productive. Work related tension melts away as this particular strain promotes both complex thinking and a mellow mood: a real whistle while you work strain. Forget hump-day, Chem-Jack will get you through the hopeless drag of Thursday, when your battery is already drained and the week isn’t nearly over. A delightfully uplifting strain, I would recommend Chem-Jack for anyone fighting stress and anxiety or needing something to help carry them along through a protracted day.
1651 E. Edinger #104
Santa Ana, Ca