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Each strain offers a unique taste, and importantly, growth characteristics which display each strain’s individual genetic make-up. In 2011, we introduced our Autoflowering Feminised strains which, like all cannabis seeds under the Seedsman brand, offer great quality at a very reasonable price. by Bonza · Published July 18, 2018 · Updated January 29, 2020.

In the cannabis world, a multitude of new variants with a skunky scent and taste spring up year after year. No matter how many lay claim to that essence, though, only one strain comes to mind at the mention of such trait. Inspiring a whole new generation of skunk pots, all give way to the true ringleader – Skunk #1. Spreading its pungent fragrance since the ’70s, Sacred Seed Co. To come up with a hybrid that checks off all the boxes in the marijuana list of must-have attributes, the breeder needed three epic strains to do the job. The Sativa landrace Columbian Gold gave its uplifting and focus boosting kick. Most importantly, it passed along its sweet and sour skunkiness. To give the herb a heaven on earth type of relaxation, Afghani was put in the mix. With the most legendary Indica strain on the planet on one’s genetics, skyrocketing a newcomer’s reputation wasn’t a hard task at all.

Then, the rare Acapulco Gold was also infused to provide the plant an irresistible bag appeal. With such weave of parent strains, needless to say, things went really well for the then-neophyte. And, four decades after, it’s still a best-seller in clubs and dispensaries. With the ability to send one in a heavenly mental and physical state, the joint became an instant hit. Medical cannabis users, on the other hand, use it to welcome the evening with comfort. In larger dose, the ganja’s calming waves become stronger and can sweep off fans to dreamland. Skunk #1 became a household name in the 420 communities. For this reason, several breeders such as Dutch Passion, Royal Queen Seeds, Nirvana Seeds, Flying Dutchmen and Sensi Seeds created their own variant bearing the same moniker. Each one claiming to have similar strings of effects and just as skunky as the original. Skunk #1 Strain Quick Facts Genetic Lineage Afghani x Acapulco Gold x Colombian Gold Sativa / Indica Ratio 35/65 THC% / CBD% 11% to 19% / 0.04% to 0.33% Climate Warm climate Flowering Period 8 to 9 weeks / Mid-October Average Yield 400 to 500 g/m2 / 600 g/plant. Skunk #1’s scent may come off as repelling to non-cannabis users. Veteran tokers, though, crave for it and novice marijuana fans don’t take long to learn how to love it. As the plant flowers, its pungent musky, earthy aroma can fill an entire room. After curing and drying the buds, breaking them apart releases a strong sour note with hints of sweet jasmine. The uniqueness of the herb’s odor is also evident in its flavor. Upon inhaling the fume, one can pinpoint a skunky and musky savor. As it swirls inside the mouth and passes the throat, it leaves a creamy texture that has a tinge of mixed fruits, herbs, and sandalwood. The sapidity lingers long and mostly stays in the tongue and lips. Skunk #1 Odor and Flavors – Image powered by Medicaljane.com. Cannabis enthusiasts or even those who are still thinking of trying one must get their hands on Skunk #1. It is a delightful strain that ushers a beautiful evening and puts a smile on one’s face before ending the night. Perfect for capping off a rough work day, toking it in the late afternoon frees tired souls of burden.

It rids the mind of taxing thoughts, while also cleansing the body of tension. Unnecessaries are all stripped away, so the trip to euphoria is without tribulations. Soft and satisfying, it tickles the mind causing one to giggle. As the high progresses, the desire to chatter and the boost in mental vigor become noticeable.

Because of such effects, many tokers prefer to enjoy it with friends. Some even have a smoke-out with the family before dinner. As the buzz dwindles, the ganja’s comforting and relaxing embrace will engulf the user. It will make one a bit heavy-bodied but still very mobile. It tones down the increase in energy that the weed released prior.

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