Pakalolo by Sativa Seedbank is a sativa-dominant strain that rewards its users with high potency and a skillful mix of skunkiness and sweetness. Note that there are a lot of different strains bearing a similar name, including Pakalolo Punch and Oahu Grown Pakalolo. The strain is a genetic combination of Skunk #1 and Hawaii, which means that its genetics stretch to the landrace strains of Mexico, Colombia, and Afghanistan. While information on the strain is not as prevalent as that of the breeder, Pakalolo Seeds, which shares its name, if you can find genuine Pakalolo, you’ll be in for a treat.
The plant grows long and thin and prefers the outdoors. On average, Pakalolo flowers in around 60 days and gives an average yield. The growing difficulty is listed as easy to medium due to the strain’s hardy landrace genetics, so even new breeders can give this one a go and expect around 400 grams per square meter of garden. It can be grown indoors, but reports suggest that Pakalolo requires a lot more careful pruning inside, so novice breeders should save this one for the outside. This is especially true in areas of high humidity, in which Pakalolo thrives.
Sativa Seedbank Seeds is known for other famous strains like Blackberry, Daydream, El Dorado, New York Power Diesel, and Urban Poison. The breeding experience they bring to Pakalolo is part of why the strain is so hardy, culled from Maui originally and cross-bred in their gardens in Holland. Its flavors are sweet at the onset and progress to a skunky, herbal aftertaste with a refreshing smoke.
Pakalolo is an ideal sativa strain, giving its users a relieving and relaxing experience. Provided you can handle the skunky aftertaste, the strain is known for giving users a dose of sobering reality straight from the Hawaiian islands, without sedating or confusing them. We recommend using Pakalolo during a lazy, do-nothing afternoon when you can appreciate its mind and body-relieving effects as well as the impact of its sweet n’ skunky flavor combination on your mood.
The buzz should last you for hours with the amount of THC packed into this strain. Cultivars of Pakalolo are sometimes considered the purest in the world. In fact, the name comes from two Hawaiian words, “paka” meaning “tobacco” and “lolo” meaning “numbing.” It’s so ubiquitous that in Hawaii, “pakalolo” refers not only to the weed but sometimes to the person smoking it too.
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