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Super Stinky Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 to 23%
Yield
110 to 280 grams per plant
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
100 to 110 Days
Climate
Indoor / Outdoor
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
40 to 90 inches tall
Flavors
Skunk, Cheesy, Pungent, Hazy, Earthy

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Super Stinky Marijuana Seeds Information

Super Stinky is a Sativa and Ruderalis variant strain cultivated by Short Stuff and is named after its potent smell that can be difficult to conceal – gives you the classic hazy Sativa type of high.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Super Stinky?

The flavors of this cannabis strain are Skunk, Cheesy, Pungent, Hazy, and Earthy. Accompanied by its signature potent aroma, this strain packs a deeply relaxing high that starts with your mind. It clears your head, and eventually, the soothing effect reaches your physical senses.

The high will linger around for a while, and until then, you will feel uplifted and happy. Some users may also feel hungry. Overall, you will feel like melting away in warmth and embracing the body buzz until you fall asleep.

What are the Medical Benefits of Super Stinky?

This strain is an excellent remedy for anxiety, stress, insomnia, and minor physical ailments. The deeply sedative effect takes away the pain and also empties out the worries inside your head.

Negative Effects you Can Expect Super Stinky

This strain can promote laziness and leave users in a couch-lock effect. Waking from the couch-lock may cause dizziness and mild headaches as well. More commonly, it can cause dryness of the eyes and mouth, much like every other cannabis strains.

How to Grow Super Stinky?

This strain can be challenging to grow for novice and outdoor growers due to this plant’s powerful odor. When cultivating indoors, growers may need to install air filters to keep the room’s scent fresh and clean. It can also grow tall, so it will need plenty of space. Despite being an autoflowering strain, it also takes extra long to harvest compared to other autoflowering strains and demands patience.

 

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