Jager, also known more simply as “Jgr” to most of the cannabis community, is an indica dominant hybrid (80% indica/20% sativa) strain named for the infamous adult beverage that has mixed accounts of its origins. Many believe that it is a Hindu Kush descendant due to its effects and smell, but many others argue that it must be a descendant of the Southern Oregon strain because of its appearance. Regardless of its genetics, Jager is one delicious and effective smoke, with THC levels reaching up to 23%. This bud is truly sticky icky ooey gooey! Much like the real Jager, this bud has an aroma of sweet earthy licorice and a taste of woody lemon pine with a hint of rich licorice upon exhale that becomes intensely sweet at times. These buds have long tapered pepper-shaped forest green nugs with deep rich purple undertones, fiery orange hairs, and a thinly spread layer of fine clear crystal trichomes. This high is characterized by full-bodied indica effects that slowly creep on before hitting you like too many drinks. You’ll suddenly feel completely relaxed in both mind and body with tendencies towards introspection and becoming spacey. You won’t be completely sedated in this state – rather, just blissfully out of it. Due to these effects, Jager is often used to treat chronic pain, inflammation, tremors, muscles spasms, and insomnia.
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ABOUT KOOTENAYZ EXOTICZ
At Kootenayz Exoticz, our number one objective is to cultivate the highest quality of rare exotic cannabis strains for our consumers. Every strain is done in limited small batches to provide the utmost care and attention to every plant. Quality is defined in many different and subjective ways, and our team of cultivators rely on their experience and knowledge of the plants to carefully select and grow the strains that we would define as top quality craft cannabis. Aromatics, terpenes, texture, bud density, taste, growing environment, and feed. These are only some of the factors that go into our thought process as to what strains we offer.