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Jack Frost CBG: A Complete Guide

Jack Frost

The Jack Frost strain is a hybrid strain of 50% Sativa and 50% Indica. This gives the user a perfect blend of both Sativa and Indica effects. It has a unique frosty appearance that gives it its name and makes it stand out from the rest with the heavy trichome coating adding to its look. These snow-white trichomes can transport you to an enchanting world even before you start to consume this strain. It also has vibrant orange pistils visible against the pale green and frosty white surface of the cannabis plant.

It is also common among many cannabis growers because of its ability to produce very high yields under both indoor and outdoor conditions.

Type: Hybrid (Sativa 50% Indica 50%)

Cannabinoid: THC: 17% – 23%, CBD: <1%  CBN: <1%

History and Lineage

Goldenseed created Jack Frost from crossing White Widow, Northern Lights, and Jack Herer. The breeders took their time breeding this strain so that it comes out in the best possible way. With patience and perseverance, it took five years to produce this strain in the most potent way possible ultimately. The result is not disappointing for a strain that they bred with that much care.

During the early developmental stages, the breeders crossed Jack Herer strain with Northern Lights #5 and White Widow hybrid. The Rainbow Kashmiri cannabis strain was also added during the breeding process to give birth to Jack Frost strain. Weed lovers have praised golden seeds for creating such a gene profile in one strain.

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Effects and Medical Use

Taking plenty of water before and after smoking, and even while smoking, will keep you hydrated and would counter these side effects effectively. Dry eyes can also be treated with eye drops.

The adverse effects of this strain are due to the THC content which is above average. Although, it isn’t as much as other marijuana strains that are known to be very potent. However, people that are prone to paranoid and anxiety induced by THC should settle for a milder strain.


The five years spent in developing this strain by Goldenseed is worth it. Not only because of its potency and long-lasting effect. But also because of the sweet citrus aroma that fills the air with every puff. The users are also bound to enjoy the slight skunk undertones. Terpene lovers are definitely going to be enticed by this strain.

Growing and Flowering Time

Jack Frost is a straightforward plant to grow. So, even people that are new to cannabis growing can try out Jack Frost. This strain can also grow very well in both indoor and outdoor conditions.

The best medium to grow this strain under indoor conditions is with organic soil. That’s how to get the best results from it. Growers should avoid overwatering this plant by growing it in pots that have overflow holes under it. When grown under indoor conditions, it takes between 55-60 days to complete its flowering cycle. Or a period of 9 – 10 weeks. Growers can also expect to get a yield of around 16 ounces per square meter.

Under outdoor conditions, this strain grows best in the Northern Hemisphere. The ideal weather condition is a sunny and warm climate. One of the reasons this strain is considered easy to grow is because it requires very little maintenance, especially for outdoor growth. By September to October, this strain is ready for harvest and usually produces high yield under both indoor and outdoor conditions. It yields slightly higher in outdoor conditions with about 19 ounces per plant.