Hawaiin Skunk is an indica-dominant hybrid strain with feminized modifications. It is created through crossing over popular and infamously potent strains, namely, Hawaiian Indica and Skunk #1. Hawaiian Skunk being prevalently indica with a relatively high THC level of 20% and CBD at 1%, is a potent strain worthy for recreational and medical use. It boasts a kind of buzz that is centered on physical stoning but with a dash of euphoria. In addition, what makes this a well-loved strain is its decadent combination of sweet and spicy flavor, with undertones of earth and wood.
Moreover, Hawaiian Skunk is a great choice for beginner growers who are still experimenting on how to cultivate marijuana as it is easy to grow. Indoors, it can yield up to 400 grams per meter squared, while outdoors, a harvest reaching up to 500 grams per plant can be achieved. Everything becomes sweet when it fully matures at eight to nine weeks.
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Type: Indica-dominant (65%) / Sativa (35%)
Genetics Parents: Skunk #1 x Hawaiian Indica
Flowering Period: 8 weeks to 9 weeks
Climate: warm and dry climate
Yield: 400 g/m2 (indoors) and 500 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: earthy, spicy, woody, sweet, citrus
THC Level: 20%
CBD Level: 1%
Height: 90 cm
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
The most evident flavor that you can notice from Hawaiian Skunk is its perfect blend of sweet and citrus, along with its surprising chemical and skunky aftertaste. More so, the smoke emitted from this strain is somehow similar to how it tastes but with additional hints of wood and sweet sage, which quite lingers in the mouth for a long while.
Marijuana enthusiasts and Hawaiian Skunk patrons are already all aware of its very relaxing yet euphoric mix of effects. There is no escaping the body-heavy feeling Hawaiian Skunk gives off. However, despite that physically hulking sensation, there is no fail in its ability to calm and remove all the pressure and tensions your body has. That is why most who enjoy this strain often leads to sleeping themselves off. On the other hand, apart from its dominating indica qualities, during the onset of the high, Hawaiian Skunk still allows you to feel inexplicable happiness and light and energy, raising your spirits and enjoying the smoke with your peers. But be mindful of its sedative effects especially when the stone starts to settle in. With this in mind, Hawaiian Skunk is better off consuming after a long day of work and before you surrender to the bed.
Hawaiian Skunk has time and time again proved itself to be a therapeutic strain especially for those who are suffering from severe insomnia. Because of the buds’ powerful indica effects such as wholistically calming and relaxing the body, it is a good choice of strain for reducing inflammations and tensions in the body, relieving stress, and alleviating chronic pain. But more than that, due to its capacity to uplift the mood and stimulate the minds of its users, Hawaiian Skunk can help manage symptoms of several mental issues such as depression, anxiety, and mood disorders.
Hawaiian Skunk is such a vigorous strain that it is of no surprise that it is accompanied by some adverse effects, although nothing serious but should be noted as well. Like all the other marijuana strains, Hawaiian Skunk can also cause cottonmouth, dry eyes, and dehydration. Thus, it is important to consistently be hydrated and apply some eye drops when you feel like your eyes are drying. In very rare cases, Hawaiian Skunk could also lead to mild paranoia, dizziness, and headache when consumed excessively.
Hawaiian Skunk is basically an easy strain to grow, which is a huge advantage for both seasoned and novice growers alike. However, when growing this strain, make sure to have a stable ventilation and temperature system to manipulate an optimal growing environment for the plant. Also, prune its branches from time to time to equally distribute the nutrients all throughout the plant. In a matter of just eight to nine weeks, you will already have a fully mature Hawaiian Skunk Feminized plant.