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Jack’s Cleaner

Taste & Smell

  • Piney
  • Sour

Effects

  • Calm
  • Giggly
  • Tingly

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Housework
  • Exploring Nature
  • Going Out
  • Social Events

About this Hybrid Strain

If you’re a fan of intricate origin stories, then perhaps Jack’s Cleaner might entertain you. The basic gist is that in the mid-’90s, a breeder by the name of Subcool traded seeds with an online friend that went by the name Skoosh. Of the 200 seeds that Subcool received, one phenotype stood out that smelled like lemon cleaner. He ended up naming it The Cleaner and decided to place one of its clones next to a male Jack Herer plant he had nearly abandoned. Of the 35 seeds they produced, one of them was destined to become Jack’s Cleaner – and a connoisseur favorite was born.

This legendary strain is known to clear the mind of anxiety and stress. According to some of its reviewers, Jacks Cleaner sometimes increases both mood and energy, while others have also felt relaxed and pain-free. Those who were lucky enough to find a batch of Jacks Cleaner have reported feeling an uplifted and giggly sense of euphoria that is perfect for socializing with friends. Many report that this strain doesn’t create a spacy high, but rather, a slight tingly sensation throughout the body creating a sense of tranquil peace without sedation, making it a perfect strain to use anytime during the day.

Jacks Cleaner buds are known to produce a pungent and loud aroma of citrus, lemon, and pine reminiscent from its parents. When smoked or vaped, Jacks’ Cleaner gives your pallet a chemically sharp citrus and pine punch. Properly cultivated buds of Jacks Cleaner produce buds that golden and yellow and covered in a dense layer of resinous and white glandular trichomes that give it gooey and sticky texture.

THC percentage levels of Jacks Cleaner can reach into the 20s, so checks your batches potency before fashioning a serving for yourself.

If you're a fan of intricate origin stories, then perhaps Jack's Cleaner might entertain you. The basic gist is that in the mid-'90s, a breeder by the name of Subcool traded seeds with an online friend that went by the name Skoosh. Of the 200 seeds that Subcool received, one phenotype…