Some breeders are simply experts in CBD strains, and the individuals at Resin Seeds are certainly high up on that list. By crossing Shark Shock with Dieseltonic, they’ve created Hammershark, a 1:1 THC:CBD strain that’s great after a long day at work. Relaxation doesn’t even begin to describe how you’ll feel with this nearly pure indica strain.
At first glance, seeing 6% THC may not be very exciting, but Hammershark brings just as much, if not more, CBD to the table as well. Nugs tend to be pretty large and in charge, boasting a dense structure that’s completely covered in resin. Individuals who enjoy sweeter strains in the evening will love the blend of fruity and sugary notes, designed to lure you in with subtle flavors of pine and earth.
Despite the mental imagery of a hammer hitting you over the head, this strain is everything you’d want a gentle bud to be. Your high will begin with a wave of joy that spreads over you and extends from your brain to your toes. Relaxation abounds and some users may even notice a spark of creativity thrown into the mix. Depending on your tolerance level, you could feel a bit social and giggly as well, although most find that Hammershark is ideal for more calming activities including reading or meditating.
Medical cannabis users know firsthand that strains rich in CBD offer the most in the way of benefits, easily making Hammershark a favorite on the list. While no one can claim with certainty that this strain will appease all of your woes, there’s a good chance that instances of chronic pain will be soothed after a few tokes. Mental concerns including stress and depression are also alleviated, and given that this strain is so relaxing, insomnia can also be beaten if you smoke enough at once.
Thankfully, seeds of Hammershark are readily available for purchase online and appear to be fairly easy to cultivate, even for beginners. Indoor and outdoor growth will likely be just fine, but breeders stress using the SOG method above all else. Buds tend to get very fat and sticky, promising a nicely sized yield after 8 to 9 weeks of growing time. Resistant to pests and diseases, she’s a hearty plant that will find a great home in your garden.
Even though Hammershark may seem like a medicinal strain only, don’t discount her ability to help with some recreational fun too. Kick your feet up, put on some good music, and melt away after a long day with some help from this delicious bud.
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