Shark Attack

Shark Attack Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
12% to 16%
18 ounces per square meter (indoor), 21 to 34 ounces per plant (outdoor)
Flowering Period
7 to 9 weeks
Temperate and Mediterranean 
Growing Difficulty
3 to 8 feet
Hash, Earthy, Floral, Herbal, Spicy, and Lemon

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Shark Attack Marijuana Seeds Information

Shark Attack is a cross between White Widow and Super Skunk from the Dinafem Seeds. This strain grows impressive buds, which at the same time are thick and deep. It also has a distinct indica aroma, which makes it easier to distinguish from any other plant.

 What are the Flavor and Effects of Shark Attack?

This strain attacks the hash, earthy, floral, herbal, spicy, and lemon flavors. This strain starts with a euphoria blast that cleans the mind from stress and makes you so happy. Although drawing inspiration from the explosion of innovations this gives, this also arouses curiosity. As a comparison to other powerful indica dominated varieties, the results are pleasurable and intense but not enough to knock you out for good.

 What are the Medical Benefits of Shark Attack?

With just a few strikes, body pain cases, like cramps, nausea, sore muscles, and joint swelling, are all minimized. It also makes for a great release of tension and calms fast-paced thoughts arising from fears or the crippling anxiety resulting from it. This treats depression symptoms and other mental health issues, such as anxiety and PTSD.

 Negative Effects You Can Expect from Shark Attack

This strain will make you experience cottonmouth. Also, it can be accompanied by red eyes and dizziness.

 How to Grow Shark Attack?

Shark Attack can bear the brunt of different growing influences that are unpredictable. Although it enjoys a Mediterranean climate, in the colder weather of the northern hemisphere, it can also survive quickly. For better light circulation and ventilation in the lower nodes, it is necessary to prune and thin out the plant. Shark Attack will thrive best when Sea of Green (SOG) method is applied together with a hydroponics setup.

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