The Shoreline is a historic strain that first appeared in the eighties, known as “Old School Skunk”. It is a potent strain with a skunk like smell that many may find hard to stomach. It is a Sativa dominant strain which may break into being a psychedelic experience for some. Shoreline has been crossed with many other strains to preserve its lineage and many wonders if the original is still available. It originated in Texas, and if found outside this area it is most definitely a derivative of the original Old School Skunk. The most popular cross is between Shoreline and Oasis from Dutch Passion, and this version of Shoreline is currently sold by The Devils Harvest Seeds and a number of other vendors. It is a clone only plant with an 80% Indica dominance, with a THC content of 18-23%. This is a must try for both cannabis veterans and beginners alike. It is very popular in Amsterdam coffee shops and has many cannabis cup wins. The high is intensely euphoric and uplifting.
Why do Patients Use Shoreline?
The Shoreline is a wildly popular strain with numerous medical uses. It has been used to successfully treat anxiety, depression, insomnia, and ADHD. Shoreline has a wonderful taste, but unfortunately, the smell is too much for many to tolerate. The smell can become an issue when other people are living in the house and this is one of the most potent smelling strains on the market. Aside from this, it is an effective medical remedy for lots of different ailments.
Medical Uses of Shoreline
Side-Effects of Shoreline
Information about Shoreline
80% Indica 20% Sativa
Possibly an older phenotype of Sensei Skunk, but origins are debated. The most popular version is a cross between Shoreline and Oasis.
Shoreline has a rating of 9.2 on the stoned meter.
Shoreline has a THC range between 18-23%.
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Ideal Growing Method
Grows well in all conditions, best for outdoor growing.
Shoreline has a high yield.
Shoreline requires moderate experience to grow.
An incredibly pungent strain of marijuana from the flowering stage onward. Needs a lot of attention to generate high yields.