More About Hawaiian Skunk Autoflowering Strain
Type: Mostly Indica
Genetics Parents: Skunk #1 X Hawaiian Indica
Flowering Period: 8 to 9 Weeks
Climate: Warm and Dry
Yield: up to 400 g/m2 (indoors) ; up to 500 g/plant (outdoors)
Flavors: Nutty Citrus Fruity Sweet
THC Level: 15% to 20%
CBD Level: 1%
Harvest Period: Mid October
Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Hawaiian Skunk Autoflowering?
Hawaiian Skunk has a sweet and earthy fragrance with hints of spicy and herbal scents that might overwhelm the nostrils due to its strong aroma. Once the taste buds get a hold of the smoke, an explosion of sweet, citrus, fruity, and nutty flavors occurs. On exhale, a skunky and fuel-like aftertaste remains on the mouth.
Onset, the Hawaiin Skunk offers an upbeat and euphoric feeling, which can make the overall mood brighter. This strain will trigger you to become more social by becoming more chatty and giggly. During this time, it is best to use it with friends for a better and more enjoyable smoking experience. After a while, the energy levels decrease, and the Indica effects take over. The physical buzz is released starting from the back of the head to the rest of the body. A state of tranquility manifests, making the limbs feel heavier as time goes by. By the end of the high, it would be hard to resist the bed and sleep.
What are the Medical Benefits of Hawaiian Skunk Autoflowering?
The mood-enhancing properties that the Hawaiian Skunk possesses are not only for recreational use. Its ability to ward off any negative emotions and thoughts is beneficial for individuals who have too much stress, depression, and anxiety, all characterized by constant worrying and sadness.
Physical conditions such as chronic pains and aches caused by migraines and arthritis can be alleviated due to the analgesic components in this strain. The body buzz also helps loosen muscle tensions as well. Furthermore, those who are suffering from insomnia may use the Hawaiian Skunk as an alternative to sleeping pills.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Hawaiian Skunk Autoflowering
The Hawaiian Skunk, like any other marijuana strains, poses some side effects as well. First, despite moderate amounts, dry eyes and dry mouth can pop out. Fortunately, preventing these conditions can be done by drinking water before and after a joint session. Lastly, it is always best to refrain from consuming excessive doses as it can lead to worst effects such as paranoia and headache.
How to Grow Hawaiian Skunk Autoflowering?
The Hawaiian Skunk is a great starter plant for beginners but might not be challenging for experienced growers. In a controlled environment, this plant produces about 14 oz/m2 of buds that can be harvested after 56 to 63 days. On the other hand, cultivating outdoors can give growers about 17 ounces per plant and can be reaped during the middle of October.