Buy Skunk Korean Strain
In English, ‘skunk’ has become slang for any potent, high-THC strain of cannabis. The media often uses ‘skunk’ to define ‘street weed’, usually in a derogatory fashion. In fact, Skunk #1 is the official name of one of the oldest and most popular strains of cannabis, and there is a ‘Skunk family’ of its descendants.
There is a lot of misinformation surrounding the term ‘skunk’. However, most mainstream media use ‘skunk’ to mean powerful ‘street weed’ (and ‘street weed’ to mean illegal cannabis).
Some media organisations (mostly the tabloid ones who are more interested in clickbait than fact) have even gone so far as to categorize ‘Skunk’ as a particularly dangerous new type of cannabis that’s somehow completely different from both hash, and the ‘street weed’ of the 1960s to 1980s. It’s no wonder that there is confusion around the question ‘What is skunk?’, and trepidation among people who are misled by this type of irresponsible reporting. This beginner’s guide to skunk aims to shed some light on the situation.
What sort of cannabis is skunk strain?
All members of the skunk family are descended from Skunk #1. This heritage strain is a hybrid of Acapulco Gold, Colombian Gold, and Afghan. Acapulco Gold and Colombian Gold are both sativa landrace varieties hailing from the region around Acapulco in Mexico, and the Santa Marta mountains of Colombia respectively. Afghanistan produces potent, sturdy indica landraces.
Combining these genetics resulted in a new strain that features the uplifting high and citrus flavours of its sativa side, together with the short flowering time, feeling of relaxation and heavy yields that are characteristic of indicas. Sensi Seeds Skunk #1 is easy to grow and recommended for first-time gardeners; it’s also very affordable.