Devil’s Harvest version of the Shoreline strain is a crossing between a male Oasis and an original, Texan Shoreline female. The original Shoreline phenotype is supposed to have been developed in the American Lone Star State, back in the early 1980s. Legend has it that the name came from a Grateful Dead show, held in the Texas Shoreline Amphitheater.
Even though Shoreline is a 60/40 indica/sativa hybrid mix, the overall effect is predominantly sativa in nature. The happy, relaxed and uplifting head buzz is guaranteed to give energy, focus, and creative vigour.
Shoreline Terpene Profile
Shoreline produces an unmistakable intensely fragrant earthy, skunky aroma. This pungency carries through in its flavour; a unique delight with a fresh and fruity finish.
Medical Benefits Shoreline
This hybrid’s sativa-leaning cerebral-high may make it a potentially useful strain for those needing a motivating energy boost to combat any feelings of fatigue. Although, Shoreline does also show some indica qualities, with a light level of relaxation potentially being appreciated by those looking to relieve muscle aches and pains on the go, without the risk of becoming sleepy.
How to Grow Shortline
Shoreline’s flowers, when fully matured, have a colourful surface of pink, red and purple hues, which will appear after about six weeks. It is a particularly hard strain to master because it needs a lot of attention and maintenance. On a lighter note; it is a sturdy plant, suitable for indoors as well as outdoors, even in colder climates. Indoors, Shoreline performs best in a SOG setup. Shoreline has a flowering time of around 8 – 9 weeks.