Bloody Skunk

About Bloody Skunk


Bloody Skunk is an autoflowering strain also known as “Bloody Skunky Auto.” It was bred by crossing Sweet Skunk Auto with Red Poison Auto, resulting in a vivid and tasty strain perfect for users who want to kick back and take it easy. The cerebral high and convenient growing structure are quickly making Bloody Skunk a favorite for both users and growers.

If you’ve grown strains with Skunk genetics, you may be familiar with the structure of Bloody Skunk Auto. It grows with a sturdy, dense central cola on top with plentiful side branches surrounded by clusters of flowers, sort of like a mini fir tree. As it grows, the strain becomes a deep purple color with bright red and purple hairs poking out of a blanket of thick resin. The trichomes are fat and tinted light pink. The strain can be grown anywhere, flowering in an ultra-fast 28-36 days and yielding as much as 550g per sq. meter.

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Bloody Skunk tastes spicy and pungent, with flavors of sweet rose and skunky, spicy earth. The aroma is skunky but very appealing, with a sweet and savory aftertaste that is quickly making this strain a go-to lazy afternoon high. For kicking back and feeling calm, Bloody Skunk’s sensations override its punchy flavors as they send you into deep relaxation. You’ll feel your mind floating up into a state of cerebral, happy euphoria as your muscle tension melts away. The strain isn’t sleep-inducing or sedating so we can’t recommend it for a bout of insomnia. However, Bloody Skunk is a terrific high for users with feelings of stress, anxiety, depression, or fatigue. The strain is known for being able to level out your mood and provide a lift of pleasant relaxation.

Typical Effects

Euphoric
Euphoric
Relaxed
Relaxed
Social
Social

Common Usage

Anxiety
Anxiety
Depressed
Depressed
Stress
Stress

Autoflowering strains are known for being potent, fast-growing strains that used to be limited to Central Asia and Europe. However, growers in the states can now get their hands on autoflowering strains like Bloody Skunk by Sweet Seeds, a breeder out of Spain, provided they know how to handle them. Autoflowering strains switch from the veg to the flowering stages automatically when the plants hit a certain age, as opposed to changing based on the ratio of light and dark growing hours. Bloody Skunk provides a perfect chance to try your hand at growing these unique strains with a sweet-yet-skunky payoff, whether you enjoy its sturdy growing structure or just hang around for the flavor.

THC Content

HIGHEST TEST

20%

STRAIN AVERAGE

18%

INDICA AVERAGE

12%

WIKILEAF AVERAGE

18%

WIKILEAF HIGHEST

35%


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