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The first, most recognizable pheno is more bushy than stretchy. A more indica-like structure. This pheno often displays chunky nuggets densely coated in trichomes resting atop dark purple foliage. The impressively firm flowers ooze when harvested. The second notable pheno has obvious stretch early on, so a healthy topping in both vegging and flowering cycles are recommended. This pheno can exhibit a plethora of epic pineapple shaped kolas containing violet colored pistils peppered in dense, light green buds. Shangrila is a great terpene producer for extraction lovers.

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Shangrila develops two main phenotypes: we have a compact, more Indica pheno, with very resinous buds and purple hues. On the other hand, the other pheno is more vigorous and develops beautiful violet pistils. Resin production is awesome, ideal for cannabis concentrates.


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This variety is ideal for treating stress, pain or sleep disorders. A strain that will take you to the wonderful land described by James Hilton in Lost Horizon (1933).

Shangrila has sweet scent with grape, citric and mango notes and spicy/coffee undertones. This fruity/spicy taste is ideal for vaporizers.

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