Shoreline Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid 80% Indica / 20% Sativa

THC: 18% - 23%

Shoreline is an indica dominant hybrid (80% indica/20% sativa) strain created by breeders at the infamous Sensi Seeds farms as an older phenotype of Sensi Skunk. This strain first appeared in the 1980's as an "old school skunk" and gets its name from the Shoreline Amphitheater, where the Grateful Dead had a monumentally successful concert debut. This dank bud boasts a moderate THC level ranging from 18-23% on average and a myriad of potent indica and sativa effects. Users describe the Shoreline high as one that leaves you intensely euphoric and uplifted with a sense of social encouragement and creative inspiration. This is accompanied by a mild warming body buzz that provides significant pain relief and leaves you grounded and relaxed with a mild sense of spaciness. Due to these potent indica and sativa effects, Shoreline is an ideal strain for treating patients suffering from conditions such as chronic stress and anxiety, nausea, and appetite loss. Shoreline has an aroma of sweet earthy skunk and a taste of sweet earthy citrus with a hint of skunk. Shoreline buds have long dense leafy spade-shaped nugs that are minty green with dark olive green undertones and long, thin orange hairs.
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So chill yet so engaging. Doesn’t take you out of the game, but lessens reaction to conflict and encourages me to take the higher path.


first I've come across this bud (with a label). it is excellent.. combining a great skunk spaciness that accentuates a good overall body calming effect.. great for anxiety


One of my favorite indicas, with dark green/purplish buds and a unique flavor (fresh shoreline is delicious and complex, once it gets older, it tends to more closely resemble an earthy outdoor taste) and an overall chill body buzz which doesn't compromise you in any major way. It's relaxing without the couch-lock, the mind is still there and absolutely no rush during the come on, so I find it good for anxiety. Downside is lots of excess stems.

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