Please remove the sticker around the FILTER, as this is done to prevent wastage through the filter.
Nurse Jackie’s tenacious high hits quickly, exerting a pressure on the blood vessels around the smoker’s eyes and forehead. After adjusting to this sensation, users may also notice an elevated heart rate, along with a rapid improvement in mood. Those lucky enough to tap into this bud’s euphoric effects may find that any prior stresses seem temporarily irrelevant under the weight of Nurse Jackie’s positive vibes. Besides creating a general sense of well-being, this strain also does a good deal of mental stimulation. It can spark new patterns of cerebral thinking, causing thoughts to flow from one to the next in rapid succession. Some may find this feeling of “mindrace” disorienting, but in the right set and setting, it can be just the thing to open up new pathways of creativity. As such, Nurse Jackie is great for task-based work, as well as for more introspective acts of self-edification. In a solo setting, simply clear your mind and kick back with some dynamic music or an engaging movie or documentary. This strain’s upbeat energy can also be uniquely social, especially if you’re surrounded by chatty friends. With very few of the sleepy, groggy effects that come with more indica-inflected strains, Nurse Jackie isn’t liable to lay its users out flat with couchlock. This strain is best consumed during the day, or whenever smokers are most active; if enjoyed before bed, it’s likely to keep users awake and wired.
It almost goes without saying that a strain dubbed Nurse Jackie has value for medical cannabis patients as well. The strain can help those with mild to moderate stress or depression to spend their time more presently and consciously. Despite a lack of physical stimulation, it may also soothe pain, whether it’s temporary, as due to injury, or chronic, as due to conditions like lupus or arthritis. The bud’s anti-inflammatory properties may take care of everyday irritations like headaches or nausea. Because its intense, recursive patterns of thinking may lead to paranoia, Nurse Jackie is not recommended for patients who are prone to panic or who have a low tolerance for THC.
top of page
bottom of page