About Great White Shark
Great White Shark is a powerful Indica dominant hybrid strain of cannabis created by breeder The Green House. It is a recipient of several awards, including the 1997 High Times Cannabis Cup and 1st place prize in the 2005 High Life Hemp Fair, making it an elder strain with a storied history. It is a cross breed of Super Skunk with strains from Brazil and southern Indian. The THC levels of the plant hover around 14% to 15%.
Great White Shark has a sweet, earthy scent with citrus undertones. It is mildly tropical in both scent and taste. The aroma isn’t overpowering or pungent, making Great White Shark manageable in the odor department. The smooth smoke has a mild taste, a mix of both fruit and skunk with a slight tang.
Great White Shark has very strong, long lasting effects with a quick onset. The body stone is quite powerful, with many users referring to the strain as a “one-hitter quitter.” The smooth smoke will quickly lull you into an enjoyable euphoria. It is recommended to smoke this on lazy, introverted days. It can be good for creativity, meditation, or even heavy pondering, but might prove to be a poor choice for busy days with lots of social interaction.
Great White Shark, like all other strains, has it’s own set of medicinal benefits. Those suffering from anorexia will be provided a boost in the appetite, making it a useful choice. It can also help alleviate stress and anxiety, both uplifting the mood and providing a relaxing feeling. Those suffering from bipolar Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can benefit from medicating with Great White Shark as well. Great White Shark can also relieve nausea, depression, and migraine headaches.
It is recommended to grow Great White Shark indoors with hydroponics. Growers can expect a flowering time of around 52 – 68 days indoors. The crop of the strain will be high. While it is recommended to grow Great White Shark indoors, it also provides good yields outdoors as well, with a harvest time of around the end of September in the Northern hemisphere and around the end of April in the Southern hemisphere. The bushy plants will be short to medium height, producing dense, roundish buds covered generously in orange hairs.