Great White Shark marijuana may not be as deadly as its ocean-dwelling namesake, but its bite can be considered as strong. Fragrant with a complex aroma, its potency is better suited to consumers with experience with higher THC strains (Great White Shark has been known to tip the scales at 21% THC, though it can range as low as 12% in some cases).
Sativa dominant, Great White Shark marijuana makes for a decidedly happy-go-lucky experience that can turn the tides on even the most stressful of days. It has become a popular go-to among artistic types for the swirling creativity it can inspire. Equally suited to medical situations, Great White Shark can soothe your nerves and ease your worries, as well as release your body from chronic aches and pains.
Where fragrance is concerned, Great White Shark can be listed among the most aromatic – it’s distinctly pungent but also sweet, with definite notes of citrus to add to its complexity. The flavor is heavily skunky, though it comes across with strong bursts of citrus fruit to counterbalance its skunkiness.
Despite being relatively resistant to mold and mildew, growers with some experience in marijuana cultivation may have more luck with Great White Shark. This strain produces aromatic buds that are covered in crystals and orange pistils. It can be cultivated successfully both indoors and out, but many have discovered it’s easier to manage the medium-sized plants indoors, where nutrients can be closely monitored. Given 9 to 10 weeks flowering, you’ll be amazed by the incredible yield of Great White Shark marijuana.