Sweet Island Skunk

Sweet Island Skunk

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    7 to 9 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and sunny outdoor climate
  • Yield:
    21    ounces / m2 indoor and 39 ounces/plant or more outdoor
  • Flavors:
    Citrus, Fruity, Grapefruit, Skunky, Sweet and Tropical
  • THC Content:
    16%-25%
  • Height:
    Tall 
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

A direct descendant of Skunk #1 has a high THC level that allows you to feel stimulating effects that will give high energy, and as the high tones down, a mellow relaxation will take place from head to toes. 

 What are the Flavor and Effects of the Island Sweet Skunk?

The citrus fruity grapefruit flavors are present with a combination from the skunky but sweet tropical taste. Happiness is quite uplifting and very energetic. When it comes to a euphoric high, creativity flows very well. This is essential to a situation where ideas must be present. 

What are the Medical Benefits of  Island Sweet Skunk?

If you feel very down and depress with a combination of stress and fatigue, then you should try and get a hold of the Island Sweet Skunk. It will vanish it in some way and take you to a more non-depressing consciousness. Headaches and different levels of pain from chronic to common will totally be gone. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from  Island Sweet Skunk?

The negative effects include the dry the mouth and drying of the eyes; paranoia will also be very obvious, as much as the headache and anxiety.  The recreation part of using this strain will totally be useless if used in an abusive manner, so remember to use it in moderation. 

How to Grow  Island Sweet Skunk?

Island Sweet Skunk is strain well-known cannabis to have a higher resistance against common diseases, but it can be susceptible when it comes to mold. Mold can be caused by a few conditions, including inadequate maintenance, over-watering, or sunlight deprivation. Mold growing on the cannabis grown indoors can be found in soil or crawls up to the leaves of the plant. This can be very harmful to plants. Luckily, there is much to get rid of them. First, you can use plain baking soda in case of powdery mildew. It is proven that mixing the 1 tablespoon baking soda with 1 teaspoon soap and 1 teaspoon oil in a gallon of water makes it more effective and useful than baking soda alone.  Spraying it directly will cause a reaction that will break the cell wall of the fungus. Once a week will be the best frequency to spray all over the area, including the new sprouting and growing ones, to ensure the infection won’t go too far. This method is organic and effective, thus safer not only to you but also to your cannabis farm. But to make sure that this won’t ever happen, expose it on the right amount of sunlight or light and make sure too have a good and proficient ventilation set-up. And in case you have no other option, just use a fan combined with the proper trimming and pruning.

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