July 24, 2011

XJ-13 Marijuana Strain Review

July 24, 2011
XJ-13

XJ-13Government conspiracies? Revolutionary freedom fighters? We’re in. XJ-13 from All American Cannabis Club in San Jose is an 80 percent sativa, 20 percent indica hybrid that tends to have strong head effects that melt stress. It’s is a cross of Jack Herer and G-13, two equally impressive strains in their own right. Named after the pro-hemp activist and author, Jack Herer is a storied, 70-30 sativa that won the seventh High Times Cannabis Cup.

According to marijuana folklore, the original G-13 cutting was a potent indica rescued from a government research facility by an unknown technician. Presenting itself in small to medium-sized nugs, XJ-13 is very lime green with bright orange hairs. It’s spiny, angular, dense and maximally covered in trichomes.

Well-cured, this strain break with an audible snap, and the grind brings out smells of candy–piney but sweet with citrus notes.

The effects are very energetic, and psychoactive with a medium-lasting length of effect. Patients report it helps relieve depression, symptoms of PTSD, as well as anxiety, muscle spasms and arthritis pain.

Article from Culture Magazine and republished with special permission

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