Big Skunk Korean

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
19%
Yield
12 ounces or more per plant (outdoor); 10 - 12 ounces per square meter (indoor)
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Strain Information

The origin of this strain from the combination of Skunk #1 and Big Bud remains a mystery. SOMA has used it for creating new varieties. It is a parent strain for Lavender, Somango, Somativa, and Kahuna. It stimulates the user’s system to have a productive day.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Big Skunk Korean?

The taste leaves a skunky aftertaste that hangs around for hours. The spices from it dominate the throat and to balance the palate; floral tones settle in. The main effect is a tough head high, and it proceeds in the chances of confusion disorientation. But it won’t lull users to sleep.

It then makes users talkative, uplifted, energetic, creative, and even hungry. This strain is absolutely for recreational activity

What are the Medical Benefits of Big Skunk Korean?

It has a psychedelic effect that is able to deal with chronic stress and even mental issues like PTSD, depression, and anxiety. It can also calm someone who feels hopelessness.

It can ease gastrointestinal pain and nausea. Patients who undergo chemotherapy use it to relieve them from pain.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Big Skunk Korean

It makes the mouth dry. It’s the usual side effect after using strain.

How to Grow Big Skunk Korean?

It can be cultivated both indoors and outdoors. Growers identified this to give more yield when it’s planted indoors. Sea of Green method is ideal for this short-structured strain. You must put it in a place where lighting, temperature, and humidity can be easily controlled.