Sugar Shack marijuana may be sweet and woody on the nose, but the potent strain is far more complex than the sugary treat you can get at its namesake (a wooden shack in the woods where maple syrup is tapped and tasted).
The effects of this fruity sweet strain are deceptively mild – although Sugar Shack marijuana is often considered an ideal option for consumers beginning their cannabis journey, it’s easy to go overboard as the strain can top out at 19% THC. Indica dominant, you’re likely to find yourself happy and relaxed, and with a natural alternative treatment option to conditions like depression and general pain in the palm of your hand.
Sugar Shack marijuana seeds require some care and attention to coax a healthy yield out of their average height plants, so we recommend seasoned and gardeners with at least intermediate experience cultivating cannabis try their hand at growing it. Patience is key with Sugar Shack marijuana, as the dark green nugs of this plant won’t be ready to harvest until after about 10 weeks of flowering.