The Great White Shark marijuana strain is a Sativa hybrid that provides noticeable physical and mental effects. Though this strain features only moderate THC levels, the experience is thought to be narcotic-like and perhaps a little psychedelic.
The mental effects of this herb have been described as “narcotic” and nearly psychedelic. The powerful body relaxation intermixes with the strong cerebral effects of the landrace Sativa heritage. The result is a strong head-to-toe experience.
The effects of this flower are fast-acting, often beginning with a comfortable full-body relaxation. While this strain does feature ample mental elevation, it is not recommended for the daytime.
Instead, save this strain for an afternoon happy hour or a weekend smoke session. You’ll be sure to impress your friends with this High Times award-winning treat.
While the high this strain provides is unique and at times intense, these buds only produce moderate amounts of THC. On average, this strain contains 12 to 19% of the psychoactive. This means that although the overall effects offer a strong mind-altering experience, moderate THC levels make this strain appropriate for novice consumption.
Marijuana fans can enjoy this strain in a number of different ways, including;
This is a Sativa strain that produces fairly significant physical effects. A mix between Super Skunk (Indica) and two landrace strains, Brazillian and South Indian (both Sativas), the potent Indica-like body experience can come as a surprise. Ample Sativa lineage, however, prevents Great White Shark from inducing full-on couchlock.
The taste and fragrance of the Great White Shark strain is almost tropical in nature. This weed produces a citrus aroma accompanied by undertones of dank earth. Many consumers report a skunk-like quality from this exotic flower.
You can also find Great White Shark under the names “Peacemaker” and “White Shark”.
While packing some potent effects, this strain’s lower than average THC levels can make this a great choice for medical marijuana patients who are sensitive to the psychoactive cannabinoid.