I can't normally do any type of sativa except Jack so this was a match made in heaven. Jack H is probably my favorite Sativa so I was excited to try this hybrid. Relaxed and happy high that cracked all the tension out of my back. Just got some at fireleaf in okc.coming in at an amazing 23.5% thc!
And for only $95 a half.smoked a few bowls,great head buzz and a very nice relaxing body high.will put you on lockdown for sure.great pain relief too.now i can see why this flew off the shelves at the dispensary. I just got some of this and it works amazing for pain. A great example of this strain just cam through our lab. The terpenes were obvious so I suggested to the grower that he should sample them. The terpene profile is almost all jack herrer, so Im doubting the "70% indica part". We saw 26% THCA+THC, 2.3% terpinolene and 0.96% myrcene and 0.28% alpha pinene. Its one of the highest terpinolene strains we have seen, but those are jack herrer terpenes not black domina. Growing cannabis is surprisingly simple: all you need are a few seeds, pots, water and light.
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Anyone living in a small apartment, or working with a Micro Grow Setup, will understand the benefits offered by only needing a small vertical space. Experienced growers can even use shelves to stack several growing levels on top of each other. A common mistake is to assume that the pots need to be placed as close together as possible.
This creates a seamless plant surface area, which initially sounds like a great idea.