All About Sky Pilot Weed Strain
Sky Pilot is created by Tantalus Labs and named after one of the peaks in the Tantalus Mountain Range. This is a hybrid weed that is a good choice for daytime or afternoon smoking as it provides pretty balanced effects. With a low THC content of 13% to 15%, this is a good cannabis strain even for beginners who want to dip their feet into smoking marijuana.
Effects of Sky Pilot
The Sky Pilot strain is perfect for achieving balanced effects. The most prominent outcomes of consuming this weed are:
So, if you’re after something that relaxes you but at the same time makes you very happy and energized, this one might fit the bill. It does tend to make consumers sleepy, though, so it might be a good idea to try some first to see how it affects you.
In small doses, it can prove to be a good relaxing strain to smoke during slow days when you don’t have to do much. Some side effects that can be experienced with this one include dry eyes and paranoia.
Aroma and Taste
The general flavor profile you will notice right away is quite fruity. Sky Pilot has a sweet flavor as well as aroma, created by the combination of Humulene, Myrcene, Bisabolol, and Caryophyllene. These terpenes work in the following way to generate sweet and fruity notes:
- Humulene – adds the creaminess of butter.
- Myrcene – complements Humulene but also adds notes of grapefruit and cheese.
- Bisabolol – adds a strong kick of grapefruit.
- Caryophyllene – complements Bisabolol but also adds to the cheesy notes.
The resulting flavor is a mixture of sweet and sour grapefruit and savory notes of cheese and butter.
The plant, if cultivated properly and carefully, produces the buds in 53 to 64 days. These buds have a very frosted appearance because of the trichomes that are larger than usual. This is a mid-height plant, so it doesn’t require too much space to thrive. It produces a decent yield of 400 g/m2.