Shark Attack Genetics
Shark Attack Effects
Combine two legendary indicas and Shark Attack brings a seriously long-lasting relaxation that goes from zero to chill in the blink of an eye. Cares quickly begin to melt away, with a body-high that’s great for unwinding after a stressful day. Its body-focused qualities make it a great pain reliever, but it’s equally well-suited for getting comfy and relaxed. A sativa lineage from the parent strains means that Shark Attack effects won’t be totally overpowering, giving just enough energy to stay awake and focused – until it’s time to hit the hay.
Shark Attack Terpene Profile
Shark Attack has a potent aroma, dominated by strong earthy notes that are reminiscent of high-quality hash. Lemon and floral undertones round out its profile. Expect big and bold flavours when lit, as it tastes just like it smells.
Medical Benefits Shark Attack
Like all carefully bred indicas, Shark Attack provides lasting pain relief that’s known to target chronic aches and pains or sports injuries. Similarly, its muscle and mind-calming properties are well-suited for insomniacs, or those whose anxiety keeps them awake. A small dose may help with nerves or general jitters, depending on your disposition and reaction to indica. By retaining just enough sativa qualities, Shark Attack relieves pain without leaving you catatonic, so it’s a great choice for chemo patients who just want to go about their day.
How to Grow Shark Attack
Like its finned namesake, Shark Attack is a fast animal, flowering in an average of 7-8 weeks. Novices shouldn’t have any trouble tackling this plant, as it thrives in almost any growing condition and doesn’t reach too high. As it flowers, its pungent hash aromas will become more noticeable, so invest in odour-control air filters if growing indoors. When mature, growers can look forward to a large harvest of dense, dark buds, frosted with icy trichomes from the white widow parentage.