Pakistani Skunk was bred by crossing a Lavender elite cut, an Afghan/Skunk cup-winning strain, together with the legendary purple Pakistani Chitral Kush, 2002 version. The majority of the plants (85%) develop into White Skunk phenos. with a massive central cola and little side-branching. Plants have an average resistance and this increases to very good for temperature extremes.
Pakistani Skunk produces high yields whether grown indoors or outdoors. SoG is the recommended technique to employ for maximum indoor yields due to its columnar structure. Flowering will take 9 - 10 weeks and it is worth noting that these plants get hungry during the flowering phase. The other pheno,a more colourful PCK type of plant, yields a bit less but does finish a week earlier.
Outdoors Pakistani Skunk will grow well up to around latitude 45° but the density of the buds means that dry autumns are needed if buds are not to become prone to mould. Northern hemisphere harvests will be towards the end of October.
Its scent is very sweet/Skunk-y with notes of cream, cake, herbs, tropical fruits and some muskiness. THC levels fall between 14 - 17% with 0.05% CBD. The effect is potent and long-lasting beginning with a more sativa-like high for up to 2 hours with mental clarity and a fast flow of ideas and thoughts. This, however, becomes heavier and more physically relaxing, even narcotic, depending on the quantity consumed.
|Genetics||Lavender (Afghan/Skunk) x Purple Pakistan Chitral Kush 2002.|
|Pack Size||5 Seeds|
|Variety||Indica / Sativa|
|THC Content||High (15-20%)|
|THC Content||14 - 17%|
|CBD Content||Low (0-1%)|
|Max Flowering Time||10 weeks|
|Flowering Time||63 - 70 days|
|Harvest Month||Late October|
|Taste / Flavour||Cake, Cream, Musky, Skunk, Sweet, Tropical|
|Effect||Cerebral, Relaxing, Sedative, Stimulating , Uplifting|