Skunk was developed by combining Afghan Indica strains, which are still unknown today, with well-known Sativas, Colombian Gold and Acapulco Gold. Its breeders created the strain in Holland, although its genetic lineage extends from South America to Thailand. The result is a powerful, Indica-leaning hybrid (65/35) with a pungent flavor profile and intense effects. The strain takes 8-9 weeks to flower indoors and harvests in mid-October after reaching a medium-sized height outdoors. Skunk #1 can handle either condition with ease as long as it is nurtured in a warm climate with plenty of sunlight.
Users describe experiencing intense euphoria along with a profound relaxation that makes it simpler to unwind and enjoy the day. Positive feelings are felt all around when thinking clearly and precisely. Skunk is popular among beginner growers because it is so easy to grow. This strain grows very well in sunny climates like Thailand.
Some people have also reported using it to lessen headaches, muscular spasms, and other aches and pains. It is suitable for daytime use due of its mild THC content.
Additionally, Skunk is excellent for bringing up an appetite, which may be helpful if you’re feeling queasy. Chemotherapy, for example, can, in extreme situations, cause nausea, which is, at best, problematic. It is more difficult to recover when you are unable to eat.
Characteristics of Skunk
|Variety||65% Indica 35% Sativa|
|Strain Genetics||Afghan Indica with Colombian Gold with Acapulco Gold cross|
|Flowering Time||8 to 9 weeks|
|Where to Grow||Indoor, Greenhouse, Outdoor|
|Effect||Happy Uplifting Cerebral|
|Taste||Citrus, Sweet, pungent, lemon, mint, spicy, herbal|
| up to 20%
|Yield||Indoor: 500g / sqm
Outdoor: 450g / sqm