- The Weed Blog https://www.theweedblog.com

XJ-13 Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures


XJ-13 marijuana strainXJ-13 Cannabis Strain Review And Pics

Whenever one of the Jack Herer strains (in this case, J1) are used to breed, the result is always superior. XJ-13 is a classic hybrid marijuana strain, that is useful in helping a wide variety of symptoms and ailments. The XJ-13 buds are dense, almost neon-green in color, and infested with tri-chromes. XJ-13 gives off a sour, danky, and earthy scent. When smoked, XJ-13  hits instantly and powerfully, making it a favorite among cannabis patients in medical marijuana states.

“Best strain to smoke during the day.” – Lucid420

Check out the XJ-13 marijuana strain on THCFinder.Com, and see what people had to say about XJ-13, and how XJ-13  affects various ailments.

Buy quality marijuana seeds at this link here.

XJ-13 marijuana strain


XJ-13 marijuana strain


XJ-13 marijuana strain


About Author

Johnny Green


  1. robert l gibson on

    Bongstar420… stop pretending your an “insider” who knows the real deal. 1st off XJ-13 is not sedating at all… 90% of plants fall undr its just a name. XJ-13 is definetlu worthy of its name and recognition as one of the best day time smokes.

  2. jessicahughs on

    if you are interested in any of these strains,seeds and buds .Just contact this Guy eduardo.He
    has been supplying me of any strains i need inoder to calm down the
    pains of Cancer .The strain got a cool flavour to .His email
    eduardojoseluis2001@gmail.com, tel number (234)205-1103, skype
    ..eduardojoseluis …

  3. Its just a name. An associate of mine has a no-namer that is comparable to this one but it is prettier looking (because it is from the White family), somewhat sedating, half as tall, and has a faster production time. I’m willing to bet this stuff would sell more at a higher price because of the branding and not due to a special quality it has. Its that way with most chronic and other products for that matter. The funny thing is that I don’t even like the Jack Herer variety. It tastes like soap, and it baffles me that people would elect this variety as a world favorite- SOAP! It’s potency might have been a legitimate claim to fame 20 years ago, but no longer. Heck, I have been given free seeds that were better than Herer IMO. The only reason I would grow Jack Herer or anything like it would be due to market demand being inelastic for that variety.

Leave A Reply