Shiva Skunk Marijuana Strain

Indica Strain Indica

THC: 13% - 20%

Shiva Skunk is a 100% pure indica hybrid strain created by breeders at the infamous Sensi Seeds farms as a potent cross between the insanely popular Skunk #1 X Northern Lights #5 strains. This dank bud boasts an intense THC level ranging from 13-20% on average and very potent and long-lasting indica effects. Shiva Skunk buds have dense spade-shaped minty green nugs with dusty green patches and olive green leaves. These nugs are spattered with thick fiery orange hairs and amber undertones as well as a frosty layer of fine crystal white trichomes. Shiva Skunk has an infamous pungent citrus skunk smell and a taste of sweet citrus skunk that gets more pungent upon exhale. Users describe the Shiva Skunk high as one that has a clean, happy and clear-headed stone that gives you both mind and body relief. You'll be left lazy and sedated upon the come down but only mildly so, leaving you slightly awake. Due to these potent indica effects, Shiva Skunk is an ideal strain for treating patients suffering from conditions such as chronic stress and anxiety, chronic pain due to injury or illness, and sleep disorders, including insomnia and sleep apnea.
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Absolute banger! I love Shiva! Beautiful high, very calm and mellow. Perfect in the evening to calm down by yourself or with someone else if you prefer. Positivity to the maximum levels, one wants to be good, peaceful and Change the world, you know what i mean. The smell is just unique, cannot mistaken it with other strain once in your system. Used dry herb vape – full of beautiful flavours even after three / four hits. Top shelf! 🪐💫🇱🇹

For this Strains THC level its really good taste perfect I wouldn’t change one thing about this weed really good for treating anxiety depression stress insomnia stuff like that

Best Dutch Skunk ever,..

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