Kiwiskunk Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
14 to 20%
400 to 500 grams per square meters 
Flowering Period
6 to 9 weeks
Cool and temperate climate
Growing Difficulty
>3 feet
Tangy, citrus, skunk, earthy, diesel, and sweet

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Kiwiskunk Marijuana Seeds Information

Kiwiskunk was discovered when the classic New Zealand Skunk variation was pollinated with NYC Diesel. Amplifying a slightly added diesel to its taste profile. 

This strain is indica-leaning cannabis that carries a very strong skunky aroma with sweet and lime essences. Users are most likely to be left with a soft and relaxing feel that is best relished while watching a comedy film.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Kiwiskunk? 

This strain’s flavor emits tangy citrus that swarms the mouth once a whiff of Kiwiskunk haze is drawn in. As you exhale, an earthiness floods over the palate and trails with a sweetness.  This strain is best enjoyed for nighttime usage since it may hinder productivity when smoked in the morning.

What are the Medical Benefits of Kiwiskunk?

This strain works best in preventing the stomach from cramping so users can eat with a lively appetite removing the distress of vomiting. Kiwiskunk is also a great partner for cancer sufferers encountering the nauseating effects of chemotherapy.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Kiwiskunk? 

It is typical for users of this strain to get a dry mouth and itchy eyes after a session. In unusual cases, there may also be a light case of dizziness. The dry effects are gentle and seldom come with distress but, if indications continue, you may down a bottle of water to keep the side consequences at bay.

How to Grow Kiwiskunk?

This strain is excellent cannabis that grows well outdoors, indoors, and even in greenhouses. Controlled environments, though, will provide cultivators the benefit of being able to modify factors like temperature, brightness, and moisture. Also, it supplements security against disturbing weather and bugs. Kiwiskunk is quite repellent to mold, which offers growers some leeway when it comes to humidity-related difficulties.

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