Original Skunk Cannabis Strain Specifications
Type: 50% Indica / 50% Sativa
Genetics Parents: Unknown
Flowering Period: 8-10 weeks
Climate: Temperature, Sunny, Continental, Mediterranean
Yield: 400g/m2 indoors/ 250g per plant outdoors
Flavors: Sweet, Hash
THC Level: 15.42%
CBD Level: 0.79%
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Original Skunk Cannabis Strain?
The Original Skunk strain has a sweet hashy taste that will make you jump up and smiling after a few hits. A clear-headed buzz will then hit that promotes energy and positivity. After a while, a soothing relaxation fills the body from head to toe, leaving you locked to your couch until you fall asleep.
What are the Medical Benefits of Original Skunk Cannabis Strain?
The Original Skunk strain offers a lot of medical benefits due to its equally balanced indica and sativa properties. This strain can be used as a mood-lifting fix for patients with bipolarity, depression, and PTSD. It can also help insomniacs fall asleep and patients with chronic pain, arthritis, cramps, injuries, muscle spasms, and the like find relief.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Original Skunk Cannabis Strain
The Original Skunk strain, when taken in large quantities, can lead to paranoia, blackouts, and dizziness. To avoid these adverse effects, consumers are recommended to only smoke moderate amounts.
How to Grow Original Skunk Cannabis Strain
The Original Skunk is a perfect strain for molding unique strains and cross-breeding. It can simply be cultivated into an average-sized plant with chunky buds and orange-hued calyxes covered in frosty-white trichomes. These plants are capable of growing indoors and outdoors to yield about 250-400g of harvest in just 8-10 weeks.
Growing indoors, these plants can yield as much as 400g/m2 in just 10 weeks. Growing outdoors, these plants can yield as much as 250g per plant upon harvest. Give the plants enough light source and place them in a warm area with enough humidity for them to thrive and grow well. Apply the SOG method if you want to improve the production of the buds, or use the SCROG method to manage the growth of the plants by encouraging them to develop horizontally.