A blend of indica-heavy Pineapple and Jack Herer, a famed balance of sativa and indica, Pineapple Jack itself is a sativa-dominant hybrid with an unknown ratio of sativa to indica. This definitely isn’t the most potent strain on the market, with THC levels well below 20% (about 16% in some tests). It also isn’t terribly impressive with its low CBD content, less than 1%. Still, some patients may find the easy cerebral high very pleasant. The experience is typically clear-headed and creative, with a boost of energy and sociability, and a mood boost. It’s best used to alleviate anxiety, depression, irritability, migraine headaches, and everyday stress. Side effects are likely minimal, but expect some dry mouth and dry eyes. The taste includes notes of citrus, must, and spice, while the smell is pungent and spicy with a hint of citrus. Pineapple Jack is available on the medical market in Los Angeles and the rest of Southern California but is likely hard to find anywhere else. If it’s power you’re looking for, this isn’t the best choice. But Pineapple Jack can be a very effective medication.