Automatic Lemon Skunk

Automatic Lemon Skunk Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
22%
Yield
14 grams to 28 grams of plant
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
9 Weeks to 11 Weeks
Climate
Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
12 in. to 14 in. 
Flavors
Lemon Citrus Acidic and Skunk

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Automatic Lemon Skunk Marijuana Seeds Information

Auto Lemon Skunk cannabis strain created by the Lowlife Seeds is the result of crossbreeding the Lemon Skunk, the mother from the breeder Greenhouse Seeds and the Lowryder #2. Users tend to experience both the mind-elevating high from Sativa and the sedating effect of Indica. It has this lemony aroma that wakes up your sleeping mind. Great use for any time of the day.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Automatic Lemon Skunk? 

The lemon taste and citrus acidic with skunk flavor will draw you instantly as it offers an energetic and happy effect. You may also feel uplifted and a lot motivated to push you more on being productive but still so focused. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Automatic Lemon Skunk?

Medicinal benefits for this strain are for depression, when you are going through a tough time with stress and fatigue. And for patient suffering from post traumatic stress disorder can also be relieved as well.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Automatic Lemon Skunk? 

Don’t forget that even the most enjoyable strain out there still has a downside, for the Automatic Lemon Skunk, drying of the mouth is most common or an eye pressure when too much was taken depending on the sensitivity to its THC level

How to Grow Automatic Lemon Skunk? 

Growing the Automatic Lemon Skunk is quite easy for beginners but just needs a little effort. Auto Lemon Skunk’s roots should not be limited or be exposed to dryness due to weather conditions. Aside from the sensitivity to too much feeding and attacks of spider mites as well should be contained, therefore, this strain should be grown indoors and unsuitable for ground planting. 

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