Shaman

Shaman

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa
THC Content
12% to 18%
Flavors
Citrus, spicy, earthy
Flowering Period
8 – 10 weeks
Climate
Mediterranean
Yield
454 grams per square meter 
Height
Tall
Growing Difficulty
Easy
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Strain Information

Suitably named, this strain will lead you to a spiritual high loaded with hallucinogenic waves and a thoughtful descend. On the other hand, you can simply appreciate its effects at night to let you have an amazing sleep. Made by Dutch Passion, Shaman is an exceptional sativa-predominant strain reared from Purple #1 and Skunk. 

What are the flavors and effects of Shaman?

The flavors of Shaman are citrus, spicy and earthy. Shaman’s force is fast-acting and will have users turning after only one hit. With vitality that comes in like a tidal wave, you’ll experience a euphoric head surge. It further flames on all chambers, sharpening your concentration while giving off psychedelic surges of energy. After the head high has subsided, a reflective calmness supervenes. This alleviating, daze-like stage drops you off into sedation-like rest after you’ve encountered the thrill ride of impacts.

What are the Medical Benefits of Shaman?

Medical users love this strain for its sedating effects that are best used to treat sleep deprivation. Moreover, users who experience the ill effects of sadness, uneasiness, stress, and bipolar disorder love its capacity to elevate and stimulate. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Shaman

The most well-known side effects related to Shaman strain are cottonmouth and dry eyes. These hallucinogenic impacts might be somewhat perplexing for a novice user. However,  experienced cannabis lovers will most likely discover these impacts more stimulating than overpowering. 

How to Grow Shaman?

Developing this plant is to some degree of a toss-up. Some have reported this to be a modestly intense strain to develop while others concur this is a self-starter and needs almost no consideration. The only certain is its ability to grow faster in an open-air environment.