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Skunk No. 1

4.1| 434 Reviews

What is Skunk No. 1?

Skunk #1 is a hybrid strain that has influenced cannabis on a global scale, parenting a horde of Skunk crosses since it first bloomed in the late 1970s. Sacred Seed Co. originally bred Skunk #1 using diverse genetics from around the world; Afghani, Acapulco Gold, and Colombian Gold varieties converged through an intricate selective breeding process that spanned several generations, and finally the genetic cornerstone of countless cannabis hybrids was born. 

The original Skunk #1 gave rise to several variations that were later harvested in the gardens of Sensi Seeds, Dutch Passion, Flying Dutchmen, Nirvana Seeds, and Royal Queen Seeds. As its name suggests, Skunk #1 buds radiate with an aromatic blend of sour skunkiness and subtle earthy notes. This hybrid offers elevated creativity through its high-energy buzz, while stress and appetite loss melt away with Skunk #1’s potency.

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Skunk No. 1 Effects and Attributes

Happy
Uplifted
Energetic
Hungry
Euphoric
Pain
Headaches
Lack of Appetite
Depression
Stress
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Paranoid
Dizzy
Headache

Skunk No. 1 Genetics and Grow Info

Skunk No. 1 Flavors

  • 1. Skunk
  • 2. Earthy
  • 3. Diesel

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“A lot of people here seem to think that the strain is no longer the same as it used to be. They claim that the skunk no. 1 that they smoked in the 1990s was far superior to the skunk no. 1 that they recently tried. Sure, maybe that's the case. But it has nothing to do with there being an "old" skunk no. 1 and a new skunk no. 1. While some unscrupulous seed banks and breeders may have tried to recreate the strain or ...”

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“One of the best strains I've smoked. I sourced seed from Seedsman, and overall I'm pretty happy with the results. Smelled like skunk weed. Smells like cherry punch after 5 days of drying and a day of curing. I kind of abused her and picked a week earlier than I wanted to (I think she went about 8 weeks). One of the few strains that I've grown that actually was ready at 8, so kudos to Seedsman. Tasted earthy with a hi...”

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