About Master Skunk
Mr. Nice Seed offers yet another strain to bring the house down. Master Skunk brings both of its parents’ most popular traits to the table, then adds to them to create this deceivingly delicious bud. Bred from Master Kush and Skunk #1, this heir to the throne will give you a heavy high that is easy on your lungs and body.
This is a powerful strain capable of powerful things, with an average THC level at 18%. Muskiness and earth make up the scent of this bud, while blue cheese, sugar, and skunk accent your tastebuds. Don’t let that deter you, as the skunk flavor is a good thing in this case. Master Skunk appears almost brown from the hue of the hairs that cover these medium-sized, green leafy buds. A frosting of trichomes and little bulbs of resin complete the aesthetic of this beautiful nug.
The deep relaxation that is associated with Master Skunk is evident in its kin. She starts with an immediate head high and a slow rolling, long-lasting body high that leaves you fully gratified. Recommended for a late evening or late night high, this musky bud will have you so calm in both your body and mind that you’ll fall into a laziness that eventually drifts into sleep.
Like the name would suggest, this is a smelly plant. Because of that many growers prefer to keep it outdoors, though it will flower in any scenario. Extremely resilient and nearly immune to fungus, this strain is great for beginning cultivators or those who want to build up confidence in their craft. Master Skunk will flower in 6 - 9 weeks and will have an above average yield in the right conditions.
When you find yourself at the end of a long and stressful day, the last thing you want to worry about is, well, anything. Shed your nagging thoughts and enjoy this ultra relaxing high as you wind down from the tasks behind you. Puff away on this savory bud and look forward to a great night of sleep.
I love this plant. The smoke is great with an old school taste and smell earthy and rich with a skunky overtone that is just pungent enough get your attention and then offers up the least little hint of citrus like a gentle whisper in your ear. My one problem is the pain in the cheeks you get as a inevitable perma grin sets in.