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Sensi Seeds - Shiva Shanti

Sensi Seeds - Shiva Shanti cannabis seed
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Sensi Seeds Shiva Shanti was named in honour of the beautiful twin daughters of Ben Dronkers, founder of the Sensi Seed Bank.

Shiva Shanti is an exceptionally easy to grow 3-way hybrid that is great for beginners and has larger yields than other Afghani varieties in our collection. This multiple Cannabis Cup Winner stays compact and her cannabis seeds produce thick, large, solid buds of dark green colour that have the classic `garlic Bud` pungent, sour skunk aroma with a truly smooth sour skunky flavour and a gentle relaxing body sensation. Shiva Shanti is medium strength for an Indica and will not knock you out, unlike the twins.

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Greenhouse Grow?Yes
Regular?Yes
Photoperiod?Yes
Mostly Indica?Yes
HeightMedium
Cup WinnerYes
Flowering TimeShort
YieldGood
THC ContentMedium

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