Brazilian Skunk is an offspring of Original Green and Early Chemo. Bred by Brazilian Seed Co, it possesses an amazing percentage of sativa genes, balanced THC levels, and promising yield. Brazilian Skunk inherited Early Chemo’s medicinal benefits, while Original Green contributed its potency. The plant produces dark green leaves with vibrant red-orange pistils showered with snowy trichomes. It can be cultivated indoors, outdoors, and greenhouse.
Flavor and Effects of Brazilian Skunk
Brazilian Skunk is similar to Californian Skunk in a way that it tastes and smells like earthy pine upon inhalation and leaves a skunk with a hint of floral aftertaste. If taken using a vaporizer, it never loses its signature skunky taste but it’s a bit hashy with hints of berry. The smoke smoothly glides down your throat and lungs. Being sativa-dominant, it’s good for morning use to jumpstart one’s day. While a blend of individually powerful blends, it gives a crisp clear-headed focus.
Medical Benefits of Brazilian Skunk
The cerebral high delivered by Brazilian Skunk eliminates feelings of pain and stress. The mix of its parents’ potency and medicinal aspect helps with appetite loss. It also aids with nausea, migraines, and stress, hence, it can also help people with anxiety, depression, PTSD and bipolar disorder. Physically, it can help out with neck pain, back pain, arthritis, and rheumatism. It can also help in increasing the focus and concentration of ADD and ADHD patients.
Negative Effects of Brazilian Skunk
If consumed in large amounts, Brazilian Skunk can cause anxiety, mild drowsiness, lethargy, dry mouth, dry eyes, parched throat, and mild paranoia. These can be easily avoided by having a glass of water nearby so you can stay hydrated and staying within your tolerance.
Growing Brazilian Skunk Some information and Tips
Brazilian Skunk will thrive well in a Screen of Green (SCROG) setup. Due to its sativa genetics, its height potential is no longer a surprise. Topping, pruning or trellising as early as possible will help in managing the plants. To avoid molds or mildew, maintain the temperature and never let it go beyond 85 degrees Fahrenheit.