Oozing with 75% indica genes and 25% sativa genes, Piensa en Super Skunk is the child of Skunk and Afghan created by PEV Seeds Bank. This blend was accomplished after an extensive investigation. The effort really paid off as the strain produces tail-like buds covered with an abundant amount of crystal resins. It emits an attention-grabbing earthy and skunky aroma, and it can be grown indoors and outdoors.
Flavor and Effects of Piensa en Super Skunk
Just like its aroma, the strain tastes earthy and skunky. It is well-known for projecting a blissful and relaxing effect that gently cleanses the mind of toxic thoughts. You will be engulfed in a state of euphoria. The psychoactive effect massages the body without making you lazy. You will still remain alert and happily whistling as you do your thing. Increasing your dose will induce the couch-lock effect, which is perfect for unwinding if you don’t have much to do for the day.
Medical Benefits of Piensa en Super Skunk
With careful intakes, the strain is great for anxiety, depression, stress, and fatigue. Since it can wipe away intrusive thoughts, it is also good for managing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Bipolar Disorder. The strain’s invigorating effects can increase brain activity. Hence, they can think and concentrate easier. Like its parent strains, it also does great wonders for diabetes, loss of appetite, chronic aches, glaucoma, migraines, nausea, and even insomnia.
Negative Effects of Piensa en Super Skunk
The weed can leave you in a state of dehydration. You will feel thirsty, along with cottonmouth and itchy, red eyes. Though gulping down large amounts of water will wash down these downsides, these are not the only negatives you can experience. If you’re not used to its potency, you may experience psychosis and paranoia.
Growing Piensa en Super Skunk
The strain is best grown through the Sea of Green (SOG) method, along with Low Stress Training (LST) for a better outcome. It responds well to moderate climate, especially when accompanied with low humidity and infrequent watering. If you are growing outdoors where you don’t have full control of the climate, it can be placed in a greenhouse.