STRAIN: Sour Jack
PRODUCER: Curio Wellness
EFFECTS: euphoria, uplifting, mood elevation
USES: focused activities, creative endeavors, good daytime strain
CONSISTENCY: thick robust calyx filled with trichomes and bright red-orange stigma. It has a very dense consistency: Better for Bowls rather than Rolls.
LINEAGE: Sour Diesel x Jack Herer
AROMA: Diesel, Spice, earthy lemon
TASTE: Diesel, spice, lemon
MIND:+uplifted, happy, euphoric, stimulated both mentally and physically
–self-conscious sensations in higher doses.
BODY:+seems to be physically more physically relaxing and is somewhat atypical for most sativa strains. This may be attributed to the 0.37% caryophillene level present in this particular batch.
–some dry mouth and can be a sedative at much higher doses especially if you’ve had a full day.
Sour Jack is an extremely useful and effective strain capable of producing intense feelings of euphoria and mental stimulation.
This is a potent strain by nature and best used a daytime strain in medium to light doses. However, heavier medicating produces an almost perfect blend of sativa high softened at the edges by a terpene entourage effect resembling a very calming indica. So, it can also be suitable for relaxing evening.
Again, I would attribute this to higher than normal levels of caryophyllene typical of one of its parents, Sour Diesel.
THE LONG WAY HOME (my toke)
This strain blew me away. I really had a very good experience with this one. I used to think I was a sativa guy, or at least preferred sativa strains, but since receiving my mmcc card I’ve found that, for my particular aches and pains, and lifestyle, indicas were a better fit.
However Jack Herrer AND Sour Diesel are both standby strains for me, so the offspring of the two could only be twice as good correct?
I returned to the dispensary the next day and purchased another 1/8 fearing that they would run out.
So, in conclusion, I was mentally stimulated by the Jack and I was relaxed by the Diesel. Bravo Curio, bravo.