Although anxiety and freakouts are limited (rare for a potent sativa), Great White Shark can easily disorient users after the first bowl. Its potency, while calming, also minimizes focus and attention, making it a classic strain for stupid bliss and unrefined energy. Medical patients have used it to treat anxiety, stress, pain, nausea and eating disorders, but it can also be used to combat lethargy and boredom Great White Shark was considered to be very potent in its heyday. Although it’s not considered to be super potent by today’s standards, that doesn’t mean it should be brushed aside as a weak strain. It was created by the legendary breeders Green House Seeds, who are based in Amsterdam. Great White Shark is another classic example of a landrace cross strain, which brings together two or more landrace strains to create one dank strain. It was first bred in 1995 and won the entire 1997 High Times Cannabis Cup competition for best marijuana strain. Needless to say it’s a classic that all stoners should get to know!
This strain is sometimes called Blue Shark Strain, Shark Weed, Great White Weed, Shark Flower, or Shark Dab. primarily an indica strain. Green House Seeds bred 3 very well-known landrace strains to create this amazing strain. The reason for its name is that it is literally covered in crystal trichomes, which give the strain the illusion of appearing white. It’s one of those strains that, despite being predominantly an indica, does have some sativa qualities. It’s considered to be an indica-dominant hybrid, with the split being about 80/20.