Island Sweet Skunk
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Set apart by its supremely long duration, its sustained potency, impressive “bag appeal”, and distinct pungent sweet citrus reek. Which is capable of competing with the best strains out there.
Bred on Vancouver Island by legendary Canadian breeder, Breeder Steve. Reportedly, Steve initially thought the parentage was Grapefruit x Big Skunk Korean, but after flowering the seeds, determined that he had mislabeled the male and that it was his Northern Lights/Haze.
A light green with pale orange pistils, dense, stout flowers prone to foxtaililng if harvested late. Mid-long stemmed small-headed trichomes.
A truly delicious-smelling sample, it broadcasts an actual skunky smell that has a bit of sweetness while in the jar. When broken up, it blows up into a wonderful combination of sweet citrus, soil, and pine that is truly pungent. A top-notch example of both facets of this strain’s signature aroma.
Like a piña colada stirred with a pine branch, it was a combination of velvety citrus with a pine twang.
Set apart by its supremely long duration, its sustained potency, impressive "bag appeal", and distinct pungent sweet citrus reek. Which is capable of competing with the best strains out there.
Long island sweet skunk
This strain here is no joke, it is heavy on the energetic side.
I recently purchased 10 grams for $60 from a casual dealer I sometimes get from as NOT any other options other than cannabis NB. I would never buy this stuff again I found it gives me no head buzz whatsoever and need to smoke one joint after another just to feel a slight buzz. I don’t know if I did not get sweet island skunk like was told it was but it certainly looks like it from what Ive seen on different websites so have to assume that it is. In my opinion I would not waste my money on this crap ever again!!
This heady skunk is a Canadian original, grown for decades on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. With top THC levels of 19%, it's a potent tool for treating low mood. Island Sweet Skunk smells and tastes exactly as its name implies: sweet and skunky. It also delivers aromatic hints of the trop…