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Jager Strain – Everything you need to know & more!

Named after Jagermeister, Jager is as mysterious as it is dreamlike. As with many strains, the exact history of this strain is unknown. What is known is that Jager has some dank as hell parents and that the result is a tasty, potent, and dreamy strain. The buds are large, round, and chunky. It also has dark green top leaves with a purple tint to them. Purple buds are among the most valued in the entire cannabis community, despite them being a simple by-product of a growing technique, where you expose your plants to cold nighttimes temperatures for a short period. Jager is a versatile strain and likely has a Hindu Kush lineage.

This strain is also known as Jager Kush, Jager OG, JGR strain, and Purple Jager.

To enjoy this Southern Oregon Jager strain, one of the best options is to get this “Snoop Dogg Pounds LAX Beaker Bong and chill whatever you are.

Its compact design allows us to have and instantly softened hit perfect for the nighttime. It comes in a decorative box and it’s available in different colors. One of the favorites of user reviews!


Crystals of resin on this beaut. Photo: @dolphinfields

What does Jager mean?

Most people think of the drink when they hear the name “Jager.” There are all sorts of strange questions people come up with regarding it: for example, Jägermeister does not have deer blood in it. The German translation for the word “Jager” is “hunter.” With a 35% alcohol percentage and an intense list of ingredients that include all sorts of herbs and spices, Jager is a shot that could easily knock you out. The marijuana strain is just as likely to take you down. Keep reading to find out why!

Jager: Indica or Sativa?

Jager is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain, thought to have been originally bred in the United States, in Southern Oregon. Known for their attention to cannabis genetics, it’s very likely that Jager originated here since it’s one hell of a dank strain. Its effects are similar to that of the Hindu Kush, which is, of course, why people believe its genetics include the Hindu Kush. Jager is an 80/20 Indica-dominant hybrid that tastes great and has strong Indica and Sativa effects. It’s definitely a nighttime cannabis strain, as the indica genetics shine through a lot stronger than its Sativa ones.

Let yourself feel the good black licorice taste of the Jager through this practical “Prometheus pocket hand pipe

Even this pipe is a small one, it has a big bowl that will allow you to enjoy as much as you want in only one hit!


Jager genetics

As mentioned before, the exact origin of the Jager strain is unknown. Most people think that it’s a Hindu Kush relative, but some people argue that it’s not. The deep purple leaves aren’t any help, as they’re simply results of a growing technique: they’re not natural like in Granddaddy Purple . The genetics of this strain isn’t known, but the most commonly associated options are:

  • Hindu Kush
  • Blue Dream X LA Confidential

Some people think it’s simply a descendant of Hindu Kush with some other strains inside, others think it’s Blue Dream X LA Confidential.

Jager THC percentage

The average Indica-dominant strain has around 12.5% THC, but Jager is much more potent. It’s not overly potent, and the fact that it’s an Indica-dominant hybrid means that the high is relaxing, and doesn’t completely destroy your mind. The average phenotype or growth of Jager has about 20% THC, and the stronger phenotypes and grows have about 23%. This makes it a mid-range potency, as anything above 25% is considered very potent. 15-25% is considered to be medium potency.

Jager price

Because it’s difficult to find Jager, the average price will run you a little higher than average. You also won’t be able to find the seeds online from the original breeder, which adds to the difficulty of finding it and ups the price. If you can get your hands on it in Amsterdam you’re likely to pay around $20/gram. In a dispensary you’ll pay about half that. In our opinion, when you consider that this is a dankenstein strain, that’s not a bad price at all!

Jager taste

With Jager you’re going to get berry flavors. This makes it a popular strain for its taste. The taste is also part of what leads people to believe the Blue Dream is one of its parent strains. If you’re unfamiliar with Blue Dream, it has a great berry taste. You can really enjoy the taste of Jager if you grind the herb up first and then vape it inside a flower vaporizer. Flower vaporizers are also much healthier and the taste is far better than smoking a blunt or a joint. This is because there’s no combustion of plant matter and therefore there are no by-products that you end up inhaling.

Jager oil, wax, shatter, edibles, etc.

Jager would be a good choice for making into concentrates if you can find it insufficient enough quantity. This is because you make about 1/10th of the weight of herbs when you make Butane Hash Oil . The other consideration to keep in mind is that it’s very dangerous to make BHO.

Making edibles is much easier than making Butane Hash Oil. You can very easily make extremely potent edibles. You just need to follow the two golden rules of creating edibles:

  • Decarboxylate your cannabis
  • Mix your decarbed weed with a fat or an oil

If you don’t follow both of these steps you may as well throw your cannabis in the bin. Decarboxylation basically activates the THC in your weed, which is what gets you high; raw weed won’t do that.

If you want to get the best experience out of this Souther Oregon Jager strain, don’t forget to get the “LEVO II” Decarboxylator.

This machine is more than a herbal oil and butter infusion machine. The “Levo II” going to dry and activate your weed before you use it for having the most psychoactive effects!


Beautiful purple nug of Jager. Photo: @ibeaversnatch

Jager male looking vibrant and healthy! Photo: @yearofthegreen

Tried the tasty shots of Jäger? Now it's time to try the tasty strain! With berry notes and effects that will melt away stress, what's not to like? This indica-dominant hybrid has a relatively high THC content averaging in at about 20%, so hit it then sit back and relax and let ease you into relaxation.