Cherry Skunk

Cherry Skunk

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
14% to 18%
Yield
14% to 18% (indoor), 12 ounces or more per plant (outdoor)
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Strain Information

Created by combining the genetics of Skunk Dawg and Poppa Cherry is the indica-dominant hybrid Cherry Skunk. This strain easily gives a high feeling that may occur even before finishing the strain’s unique taste.

This strain will sharpen your sensory perceptions where external stimuli may be found an exaggeration for those consuming this. Proper dosage should be observed upon taking this for novice and even expert users.
Cherry Skunk Strain Specifications

What are the Flavor and Effects of Cherry Skunk?

Cherry Skunk got the best combination of sweet berry (cherry) with a hint of skunky flavor upon consumed. This strain will increase euphoria and makes you feel happy and wanted more laughter in social interactions. Also, this will uplift your moods and helps you to say calm and relax on arising or any particular situations. Thus, taking this will makes you crave food as it makes you hungry. Lastly, this increases libido, which will heighten arousal.

What are the Medical Benefits of Cherry Skunk?

Consumers who are feeling fatigued like chronic pains, muscle cramps, and migraines or headaches may best take this as it eases the pain. For those who wanted to overcome depression and stress, this strain is good to take as it helps you to be calm and manages you to sort thoughts. Also, this strain is best for those who have trouble or lack in their appetite.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cherry Skunk

This strain will make your eyes and mouth dry. Also, this can make you feel dizziness, anxiousness, and paranoia.

How to Grow Cherry Skunk?

This strain can be grown indoors or outdoor with a semi-humid climate. If grown indoor, use the Sea of Green (SOG) method as it can increase yields. Thus, if grown outdoors, pruning should be done and make sure the light to spread evenly to produce more buds.