All About Skunk (Skunk No. 1, Skunk) Cannabis Strain
As a hybrid strain, Skunk comes with 23% THC and 0.4% CBD. Its history goes back to the 1970s and it has significantly influenced cannabis on the worldwide scale. The first Skunk #1 was bred using diverse parents from numerous varieties through an intricate breeding process.
It offers a happy mood upon the first exhales, and is commonly used to treat PTSD. Other usages are for chronic pain, fatigue, and depression. Side effects include a tingly feeling, paranoia, and dryness. The effects are similar to Sensi Star or OG Bubba. In other words, it comes with an intriguing combination that engage both body and mind. It knows how to soothe and relax the body, putting the smoker’s limbs into a trance-like state. At the same time, it is a mind enhancer, boosting creativity and inspiration. This is the strain of choice for creative types.
The taste is sour, as the name suggests, combined with subtle earthy undertones. The skunky pungent flavor is a favorite among connoisseurs and recreational pot smokers. It is recommended for more experienced marijuana growers due to its moderate level of difficulty.
Where does Skunk strain come from?
The Skunk comes from the United States and it was bred in the 1970s. The creators of this strain were known as the Sacred Seeds and had their base in California. Their leader was David Watson or Sam the Skunkman as he was known. It was created by combining Acapulco Gold and Colombian Gold with a landrace weed from Afghanistan.