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“Inhalation of this oil can be extremely hazardous. There is evidence that the combustion products of MCT can lead to carcinogenic toxins,” he says. So, if looking to give cannabis-infused coconut oil a go, use it sparingly in cooking or try by putting it under the tongue, and don’t try and vape it.

Want to keep up to date on what’s happening in the world of cannabis? Subscribe to the Cannabis Post newsletter for weekly insights into the industry, what insiders will be talking about and content from across the Postmedia Network. Winning in both the 2005 High Life Hemp Fair and 1997 High Times Cannabis Cup, the sativa cannabis strain Great White Shark is known for its quick-to-hit indica-like qualities (with one phenotype in fact an indica). It derives its name from not only this, but the thick coating of white crystal trichomes that covers its buds, producing a scent and taste much like skunk, citrus, and soil. It also goes by the name “White Shark” or “Peacemaker”. The parent strains of Great White Shark are a mixture of the indica Super Skunk, and two sativas South American and South Indian (landrace strains). THC levels average at 12-15%, making it a nice choice for novice consumers. Its high will cause the mind to become hazy as the body drops into a powerful stone, often couch-locking.

The mind’s thoughts will drift, making this strain a good choice for lazy days, meditation, or creative endeavors at home. The mood will improve as relaxation spreads throughout the body. This strain has multiple medical uses as reported by reviewers (such as helping with migraine, headache, ADD, ADHD, PTSD, depression, and nausea). Negative side-effects include dizziness, paranoia, or headache when consuming above one’s tolerance levels. Great White Shark Cannabis Review (Origins, Benefits, Potency) The Great White Shark strain is named after the killer shark that marauds the world’s offshore and coastal waters. If the water in the sea where you swim is between 54 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit, there’s a chance that this predator will be stalking its prey not so far away from the shore! In Jaws , the great white shark is billed as a ferocious man-eater. While humans are not its main prey, it is the species responsible for the most shark attacks on people. Fortunately, Great White Shark marijuana is not going to attack you in murderous fashion. Great White Shark weed is a strongly sativa-dominant hybrid and is a cross of a South Indian Sativa, a South American Sativa, and Super Skunk. The strain is also known as Peacemaker or White Shark, and was a big hit in the 1990s. It reached its peak in 1997 when it won the High Times Cannabis Cup. As the new century dawned, Great White Shark was almost an endangered form of cannabis as fresh new strains hit the marketplace. Fortunately, it is making a comeback and has become a big hit in Colorado. Great White Shark is a fragrant strain, and its pungent aroma makes it hard to enjoy a secret smoke! Aside from a subtle citrus note, it has a zesty wood, clove, and lavender scent, with an earthy-skunk smell to finish things off. Its genetics ensure that Great White Shark has a very skunky taste and there is more than a hint of citrus throughout. You may also be surprised to get the taste of lavender, clove, and honey as you smoke your joint, with a spicy wood note leaving a strong aftertaste. The buds are shaped like footballs, while the calyxes are extremely fluffy. When it is getting ready for harvest, you should see red-orange pistils and glistening trichomes . In general, if you have Great White Shark seeds, we recommend growing it indoors. If you prefer to grow it outside, make sure your crop gets a lot of nutrients because this is one hungry plant! If you decide to grow this marijuana outside, you will be rewarded with a huge yield of up to 35 ounces per plant. It should be ready for harvest by the middle of October.

If you are growing the plants indoors, the flowering time is 9-10 weeks.

You will also enjoy a huge yield of up to 28 ounces per square meter planted.


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