Jack the Ripper is one of the signature products of TGA Subcool Seeds. This Sativa strain can be potent enough to produce some psychedelic effects, with THC around 15-20%. Marijuana enthusiasts enjoy the energetic buzz that leaves them feeling creative and uplifted.
Jack the Ripper, when consumed in high doses, is one psychedelic Sativa. Intense and energetic, this strain is perfect for a wake and bake session or for those medical marijuana patients who struggle with fatigue.
Jack the Ripper is a tangy, tropical cross between Jack’s Cleaner and Space Queen. The name may be a little frightening, but this Sativa-dominant Hybrid is all uplift, energy, and happiness. Bred by TGA Subcool Seeds, Jack The Ripper is an ideal strain for daytime marijuana consumers.
This strain is known for it’s stimulating and creative high. Perfect for artistic types or anyone who needs an energy boost before a big project, a few puffs of this strain is like sipping on a fine espresso. In high doses, however, this strain can border on psychedelic. If you’re hoping to avoid a racy high, stick to moderate doses.
The THC content of this strain is moderate to high, typically ranging from 15 to 20%. Recreationally, Jack the Ripper is great for a hike or a bike ride. If you need a strain for weekend chores, this strain will make for great company. However, the psychoactive quality can be very intense. Experience with cannabis is recommended.
This strain has a potent, sour and citrus aroma that makes itself known as soon as the bag is opened. These scents only intensify once the weed is combusted, so those marijuana consumers looking to be a little discreet may wish to proceed with caution. On the inhale, these sour notes are clear in the strain’s flavor. Rich and creamy, the smoke has a citrus tang, while the exhale reveals notes of sweet lemon and even pine to the more experienced marijuana consumer.
Those medical marijuana consumers who prefer an energetic buzz may enjoy this particular strain in the daytime. It offers relief while still allowing people to get things done.