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Strain Review: Jack Skellington From Greeley Gallery

Strain names can be fun, often times if a name tickles my fancy enough I’ll pick it up without even knowing anything about it. That’s partially the case with Jack Skellington, a sativa strain bred from Killer Queen and Jack the Ripper. I picked this up awhile back from Panacea in Portland and was grown by Greeley Gallery. Jack Skellington had fiery orange hairs that proudly poked out through it’s green buds with purple-gray hues, almost shouting “HEY LOOK AT ME”. As you can see from the pics above there was a nice layer of sugar that covered the soft, delicate nugs. I couldn’t stop myself from smelling Mr. Skellington, with a citrus, almost gas-like aroma it had a pleasant, fruity aftertaste.

So the real reason I got this strain was because of the movie Nightmare Before Christmas, most of you have already seen it, so I won’t go into a whole plot explanation. There’s this scene in the movie when Jack’s transported to Christmas Town and he’s an awe over the bright lights and snow before he breaks into the song “What’s This?”. After smoking about a gram of this that’s exactly how I felt.  I was zapped with a blast of energy that made me feel like I was shot out of a cannon! It gave me the motivation to create, I was able to get some writing done with a clear focus I’d never felt before. Soon after I was feeling it’s uplifting, euphoric effects and I decided to do some coloring, the colors were so bright and vibrant it felt like I was watching them in high definition.

At some point I decided to send a friend a Snapchat and my eyes were so low, but not dry or red. Jack Skellington is such a happy strain it’s hard not to recommend it to people who suffer from stress, social anxiety, or depression. With the focus and clarity I felt, I wonder how this would work for people who have short attention spans. Try Jack Skellington for the energetic high and euphoric properties that you can enjoy anytime of the day and dank me later.

Jack Skellington: 9 – Snoop Dogg


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