White Skunk Strain
Sensi Seeds created White Skunk from its Skunk and White Label range. In confirmation of its lineage, this strain has a skunky, sour taste and is famous for its ability to ease the body and mind into a gentle, peaceful relaxation. As with other varieties of Skunk, the resiliency of this strain makes it ideal for beginner growers. Its short flowering cycle and abundant yields are other reasons for its popularity.
Famous for its deliciously heavy crystals, White Skunk is pale green with a scattering of orange hairs. Buds are dense and fruity sweet to the smell, with just a tinge of ammoniac sour. This potent medicine has clear traits from both its parents, and its slight Indica-dominance provides a well-balanced high that is not overwhelming on either end of the spectrum.
Why Patients Use White Skunk
White Skunk is a happy cannabis strain. Patients describe its effects as euphoric, relaxing and sleepy. It has a high cannabinoid content, which makes it highly effective for medical treatment. It also has a high THC content, promising patients a potent cerebral and physical buzz. This is a powerful painkiller suitable for daytime use, but you should be very weary of overdoing it or you may fall asleep.
Medical Uses of White Skunk
- Lack of Appetite
- Muscle Spasms
Side Effects of White Skunk
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Information about White Skunk
- 65 percent Indica and 45 percent Sativa
- This is a hybrid of the original Skunk and Sensi Seed’s White Label.
- On the 1 to 10 stoned meter, White Skunk has a score of eight. It is potent.
- The THC levels of White Skunk typically measure above 20 percent.
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- This plant can flower in eight or nine weeks indoors.
Ideal Growing Method
- White Skunk is best suited for indoor growth, but it does well outside in sunny climates.
- This strain can reach two meters in height if grown outdoors.
- Typical yield for White Skunk is 450 grams per square meter.
- Very easy to grow and suitable for beginners.
- Make sure this strain gets sufficient light and air to prevent mold development.