Bison Jack Herer .5G THC Vape Cartridge

Bison Jack Herer THC Vape Cartridge

This week at Encycloweedia Bricannabis I’ve been carting around Bison’s Jack Herer half gram cartridge. A hybrid with a slight sativa lean, Jack Herer Strain is a great all day strain. Developed by Sensi Seeds in the 90s, this strain pays homage to a cannabis activist by the same name, Jack Herer, the author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes. The book contains information about the cannabis plant and its many uses from hemp to medical applications. Published in 1985, The Emperor Wears No Clothes is considered a book that helped start the cannabis hemp revolution and is now available to read for free online.

I smoked Strain Jack Herer years ago (the cannabis strain, not the man), and was excited to see it back Herer again. The price of the cart is the lowest I’ve seen in Missouri, meaning I can say “Bye, son,” to expensive carts with Bison stampeding onto the market. The cart worked on both of my 510 thread batteries and lasted several days as my main source of THC. I was a little nervous the cart would get Jacked up and clog, but none of that happened Herer and it hit consistently from start to finish.

Jack Herer Marijuana is a slightly sativa dominant strain, but I felt greatly relaxed by it. Despite the heavy relaxation I was still focused and energetic, accomplishing tasks for work and getting things done around the house. The Jack Herer cannabis cartridge had a sweet flavor and produced a satisfying amount of vapor with each puff. A few rips was all I needed for a session, and could still feel the effects an hour after. One cart lasted me an entire weedend as my main source of medicine, and was great in the morning or evening. Some sativa strains keep me awake at night, but Jack Herer relaxed me enough it was easy to drift off when the time came. Oil be high and recommending these carts, I mean highly recommending these carts to anyone looking for a great distillate cart. That’s all for now, Bison!

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