Shaman is a sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain that features 75 percent sativa genetics and 25 percent indica genetics. The strain is recognised for its durable and hardy nature, with a known strong resistance to bud rot, spider mites, and mould. These traits might make the strain a good choice for beginner growers looking to grow plants that can in some ways take care of themselves.
Shaman has an impressive and diverse aroma profile that could make it popular among cannabis connoisseurs who are looking for more than just the high when it comes to the weed that they smoke. When opening up a stash jar or bag loaded with the dried and cured flowers of Shaman, fumes with the scent of mint, cinnamon, sage, basil, vanilla, lilac, citrus, and sugar will be released.
The taste of the strain also adds more sensory pleasure to smoking it. When blazing a large joint or bong bowl full of Shaman, expect to feel the sensations of sweetness, sourness, spice, and sandalwood sweep across your taste buds.
Although Shaman is largely sativa dominant, the high it generates features both body and mind effects. The head high is more dominant, which makes sense due to the sativa leanings of the strain. This head high is very thought provoking which makes it a great strain what chilling out and conversing with friends. The head high is also very energetic and uplifting, making it an ideal smoke when focusing on tasks, work, or certain creative projects.
The body high is more on the chill side of the spectrum and offers calming and couch-lock sensations.
Shaman does very well when cultivated outdoors and can be grown successfully within pots, greenhouses, or in a wild location within a secret growing operation. The strain also thrives within greenhouses. The flowering period comes to completion in a time frame of around 7-8 weeks.
During this exciting flowering phase around half of the plants within a crop are likely to start to display a rich and vibrant purple colour, making for a truly spectacular sight. Yields from plants are usually large and are ready to harvest around the end of September and the beginning of October.
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