All About Great White Shark (Peacemaker) Weed Strain
Great White Shark marijuana strain has been bred by mixing together Super Skunk and South American and South Indian. The results were a potent hybrid strain which started gaining popularity in the 90s. Late in the 90s it won the High Times Cannabis Cup and that was the peak of its popularity. Some simply call it White Shark or Peacemaker.
In the 2000s this kush with 23% THC content and 0.2% CBD content was almost considered as endangered. That was before Colorado growers took notice of it and started planting and harvesting it by the bundles. It smells quite good because it some lavender notes, zesty wood, clove and some subtle citrusy scents completing its aroma.
When smoking it, you will taste some honey, clove, spicy wood, citrus and even lavender on your tongue. The Peacemaker is a marvel to look at because it has glistening trichomes surrounding its fluffy calyxes with some hints of red-orange.
How does great white shark strain smell?
With a strong smell left behind, The Great White Shark has subtle notes of citrus, lavender, spicy wood and even an earthy skunk scent to finish with something special. These scents combined create a great taste and an even stronger aftertaste.
What is genetics of great white shark?
A bud that was created by crossing strains from India and Brazil, along with Super Skunk, The Great White Shark has become a bud awarded for its qualities and potency.
What is lineage of great white shark strain?
Created by The Green House, The Great White Shark strain has a rich history, including a few awards. It is a cross between Super Skunk and undetermined buds from Brazil and India, rounding up 80% Indica and 20% Sativa.
What CBD ratio is in the great white shark?
The ratio between THC to CBD is usually higher than most weed as it has 12% to 21% THC and only about 0.2% or lower levels of CBD. Most of the time, THC levels will be below 15% making this strain a good choice for inexperienced consumers.