The Big Skunk Korean cannabis strain has unknown origins. The strain with its large and purplish buds, however, is said to be a mix of Big Bud, Skunk #1, and Korean genetics. Breeder Puffin Farm says the strain has a strong floral and skunky smell, while it tastes woody.
Big Skunk Korean is said to grow well indoors but in a controlled environment. The Big Skunk Korean, however, takes a long time to flower, sometimes taking as long as 15 weeks. It also usually seems around mid-to-late October outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere. While it takes longer to flower, the yields are massive.
The strain is known for its uplifting effect, which is great if you’ve had a bad day at work. It’s said to have been used by SOMA for breeding, the strain has been credited as the parent for various other strains like Somativa, Kahuna, Lavender, and Somango.
What are cannabis strains? They are either pure or hybrid varieties of the plant genus cannabis, which includes the species C. sativa, C. indica, and C. ruderalis. To learn more, check out MarijuanaDoctors.com‘s directory of marijuana strains.