Unlike the killers in the deep blue, this Shark is ready for a chilled time. Shark feminised cannabis seeds are the results of crossing Super Skunk and Northern Lights. There are also some Brazilian and South Indian genetics in this complex genetic makeup. The strain is often confused with its fellow White Family member Great White Shark. But these strains, as we will learn, are quite different from each other.
Shark is a plant that is well known to produce some decent yields. Its short flowering time of just 8 weeks has also made this strain popular among impatient gardeners. The versatile plant does equally well indoors and outdoors. The buds from Shark are quite the sight. Shark packs its buds in colours of light green, orange and brown.
The genetic breakdown of Shark is an uneven 80% Indica and 20% Sativa. This paired with its reasonable THC content gives the plant plenty of relaxing effects. Users are treated to a chilled and relaxing high that comes via a strong body buzz. This pairs with the slight Sativa genetics nicely with happy and giggly effects.
Shark is a strain that has been noticed by many cannabis enthusiasts for its super sweet aroma. These sweet smells let users know what is to come with Shark’s flavour profile. Shark treat user’s taste buds to sweet flavours of sweet and fruity lemon. Shark’s flavours could be compared to lemon-flavoured candy.