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BUY Skywalker SHAKE
Small pieces of cannabis flower that were once part of larger buds.
We make our shake with a trim. Difference between “simple shake” and “trim shake”: trim is what gets trimmed off cannabis buds after harvesting — it is mainly the resinous tips of buds, but sugar leaves, stems, and some chunks of a flower.
A “simple shake” is what falls off in your jar or bag after buds have been handled over time.
Convenience is the real benefit of shake —you can put it in a joint without having to grind it down. However, it is thought to be lower in power. But If shake includes a knife that also fell off of buds, then the shake will likely be potent. Or you can add a knife by yourself.
More about Skywalker strain:
Skywalker is a 50/50 hybrid strain with a THC count of 28 percent. Skywalker is bred by Dutch Passion, a cross between a Mazar and a Blueberry. Well-loved by many for the fruity aroma and taste coupled with a relatively mellow Indica style high. Quickly creeping in is a sense of euphoria that, while not often leading to couch-lock, will usually leave a user feeling a little lazy, perhaps even sleepy.
It has a very fruity and piney flavor, with high notes of blueberry in particular
This strain is excellent for relaxation as the other cerebral effects follow, uplifting users and making them feel happy. The body high that accompanies these effects is mild compared to some pure Indicas but still numbingly potent, as is Skywalker’s munchies effect. Unfortunately, this strain is not deprived of the usual adverse effects; dry eyes and mouth, dizziness.
While not everyone feels dragged down to the depths of sleep by using Skywalker, responsible first-time users should leave this strain to evening or nighttime use. It is often the choice of medication for those who sufferer from stress, anxiety, and insomnia. Skywalker is not recommended for severe or intense pain but may lessen the effects of milder aches and pains. The strain is also used to induce appetite, fight depression and alleviate nausea.