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Light of Jah

THC 22.00 %
  • Earthy
  • Spicy
  • Tar
  • Pine
Effects
  • Relaxed
  • Dry mouth
  • Happy
Symptoms
  • Stress
  • Fatigue
  • Pain
Conditions
  • Arthritis
  • PMS
Grown by Native Roots, the Light of Jan strain can make you see the real “light of God” with its intense uplifting effect that washes over you with creativity and positive mood. This is a sativa-dominant hybrid that was received as a result of crossbreeding Jack Herer and Afghani.
This award-winning stain's flavor is sweet, fruity or even citrus-like, and peppery spice—it tickles your tongue and leaves a nice piny aftertaste on the exhale.
While the flavor leans toward the Afghani parent, the appearance is more similar to the Jack Herer genetics. The buds are deep emerald green with light patches of lime green, sporadic amber hairs, and a thick layer of trichomes. The nugs are densely covered with sweet resin that sticks to your fingers.
The high makes you relaxed and slightly couch-locked but does not cause you to lose focus. Many believe that Light of Jah and Jack Herer are the names of the same strain; however, Light of Jah does not provide you with that famous energetic boost that helped Jack Herer gain many cannabis awards. On the contrary, this strain makes you completely calm and leads you towards a meditating state of mind.
The flowering takes around three months (10-13 weeks), leading to a massive yield, around 26.5 ounces (750 g) per m2. Unlike most sativa-dominants, Light of Jah is not tall, only about 40 inches/100 cm, which makes it suitable for indoor growing. There are many disappointed reviews on the grower forums about fake seeds of this strain, so if you are planning to grow it by yourself, choose only reputable sources. Generally, this strain is recommended for experienced and expert growers as it is quite demanding, but the huge yield will be the best reward for your efforts in any case.
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