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Skunk Korean Strain online : Buy This bud steals its appearance from its Big Bud and Skunk parents, with oversized lumpy popcorn-shaped nugs that have a deep purple color to them and a super thick and frosty coating of trichomes and sticky sweet resin. Like the name suggests, Big Skunk Korean has a heavy powerful pungent skunky aroma with hints of hashy earth. The taste is a bit lighter.
Big Skunk Korean strain is an indica dominant hybrid strain created through a powerful three-way cross of the infamous Skunk #1 X Big Bud X Korean strains. Although the exact indica to sativa ratio varies based on breeder practices, this bud is sought after for its heavy indica effects and cerebral stone. The high starts with a calming lift that leaves you happy and relaxed with a sense of lazy tranquility and slight creative energy. This slowly fades into a subtle couch-lock that isn’t too sedative but still leaves you hungry and at ease from head to toe. As the high builds, you’ll become more and more introspective and spacey, not able to focus on anything around you. These effects coupled with its THC level that typically hits above 19% make Big Skunk Korean perfect for treating conditions such as appetite loss, chronic stress or anxiety, fatigue, chronic pain, and depression.
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Buds of Big Skunk Korean are typically large and resinous like those of its possible parent Big Bud. Leaves can contain some purple pigment, a trait also evident in child strain Lavender. Users report a primarily floral, herbal aroma in the intact buds, with some pungent hash and skunk observed after grinding.
A strong head high is the primary effect, which gradually moves towards disorientation and confusion. A subtle body high is also noticeable, although not potent enough for immobilization. Encouraging relaxation and talkativeness, this is a good strain for social and daytime use.
An emerging strain with potential for greater cultivation, growers describe Big Skunk Korean faring well indoors. Yield can be above average, although flowering can take as long as 15 weeks.