An Infamous Family with Legendary Genetics
While the exact genetics of the original Skunk strain is unknown, it is generally agreed that she stems from Afghani, Acapulco Gold and Colombian Gold landrace strains as early as the late 1970s.
While the original Skunk (Skunk #1) is a timeless classic, this family has given rise to a wide range of unique hybrids, such as Big Bud and Super Skunk, and it is rumored that the legendary UK classic Exodus Cheese was sprouted from a bag of Skunk #1 seeds, further highlighting the sheer power of her refined Sativa-dominant genetics. Skunk strains tend to be tall plants with multiple branches and heavy yields of dense, sticky cannabis. Ultra Skunk from Dutch Passion Seeds offers 400 g/m2 of mostly Sativa cannabis buds after an 8 – 10-week flowering period, while Early Skunk (Sensi Seeds) does all this but a week quicker!
Skunk: A Pungent Cannabis Strain
Skunk is known for two things: a very potent effect and, as the name might suggest, a very pungent aroma with some hints of pine and citrus. If you’ve smoked cannabis in the last 20 years, odds are you know exactly how Skunk feels as this powerful hybrid has been relaxing unwitting users for decades.
This strain is excellent for:
- Relaxing in the evening.
- Improving energy levels and promoting creativity.
- Fans of high quality cannabis!