Cannabis Strain Review: Super Sour Skunk
The420TimesStaff | Oct 11, 2012 | Comments 0
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This review comes to us from Canadian marijuana activist and the man whose court case struck down Canada’s personal marijuana possession and production laws, Matt Mernagh.
Marijuana Review Super Sour Skunk
Great for morning wake and bakes, Hortilab’s Super Sour Skunk is going to blow your pot panties off with its soaring sativa lift. Better than two Red Bulls or an extra large coffee, its uplifting zing is going to get potheads through their day. Will put a spring in your step and probably a smile on your face. Super Sour Skunk’s full on sativa assault is long lasting and will get many enthusiasts through a long grueling day without ganja.
Perfect for the bong rip before work or class.
The skunky sour cannabis smell really becomes noticeable after the dark red and green buds are busted. Nugs are your standard sativa fare; fluffy and not nearly as dense as a hardy indica. Be careful, buds have plenty of pistels and delicate trichomes on them and just a little goes a long way, especially if you’re not used to a soaring sativa stone.
Too much is going to make you jittery, but the spot on, earthy, skunky, sour taste will have many people toking well past their tolerance levels because it’s such a fantastic tasting toke.
Super Sour Skunk has been bred from premier ganja genetics, Hortilab used a Sensi Seeds pre 1998 Skunk #1 and Reservoir Seeds inbred line Sour Diesel for their offering. It was a fun strain to grow this summer, despite my room becoming a little too hot. The colas became more sativa Sour Diesel foxtails and people who are having problems with grow room heat 90F or above might want to consider this or other sativas.
Matt Mernagh inhaled, photographed and reviewed 150 different kinds of cannabis for Green Candy Press’s full color page 192 pocketbook Marijuana Smoker’s Guide The Easy Way To Identify and Enjoy Marijuana Strains.
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