Supreme Skunk Review

Review: Skunk Supreme

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THC: 14.7% CBD: ND Administration Route: Glass Pipe
Brand: Osage Creek Cultivation Treatment for: PTSD, Anxiety, Chronic Pain

“A predominantly indica variety, Supreme Skunk takes its robust flowers from its parent strain Skunk #1. By backcrossing the legendary Skunk with Afghani genetics, Sensi Seeds created a strain with dense, thick buds that are known to be extremely pungent with a surprisingly sweet taste. This strain produces a bold relaxing effect over the body and is a great answer for increased stress and body pains.”

I was really expecting a skunk smell when I first opened the green container, but instead I was met with a piney smell. The flowers had the usual amount of red hairs you would expect from an Indica, but nothing out of the ordinary. My expectations of this strain were similar of Super Skunk, but instead I was disappointed to find that the flowers were extremely dry, hardly any moisture to them. There was no pungent smell of skunk that it’s brother Super Skunk has which is what you would expect obviously. Honestly, the first time I smelled it, I was taken back to when I was young and I was smoking “swag” flowers, which of course was disappointing.

I used a glass pipe to administer this medicine and I was immediately put off by the taste of this strain. I feel that perhaps it wasn’t allowed to mature all the way, it has that smell and taste. Seasoned cannabis users probably know what I’m talking about. I was utterly shocked at this strain being considered a higher Tier strain due to its quality. It has a poor taste that reminds me of chewing on pine needles. I’m usually not this harsh on a strain, but I feel if you are going to pay $50 or $60 for a strain like this, the quality should be MUCH higher. As for the effectiveness of this medicine, I really couldn’t tell much of a difference with my chronic neck pain. It definitely didn’t help with anxiety. It did have a bit of a body calming effect, but I can go get a cheaper strain that will give me similar or even better effects. Overall, don’t even bother with this strain. First time I’ve ever said that about a strain, but I truly feel that anybody who spends the money on this will be disappointed, especially anyone with a small tolerance.

THC: 14.7% CBD: ND Administration Route: Glass Pipe Brand: Osage Creek Cultivation Treatment for: PTSD, Anxiety, Chronic Pain "A predominantly indica variety, Supreme Skunk takes its robust flowers from its parent strain Skunk #1. By backcrossing the legendary Skunk with Afghani genetics, Sensi Seeds created a strain with dense, thick buds that are known to be extremely pungent with a surprisingly sweet taste. This strain produces a bold relaxing effect over the body and is a great answer for increased stress and body pains." I was really expecting a skunk smell when I first opened the green container, but instead…

Review Overview

Smell - 10%
Taste - 15%
Flower Appearance - 50%
Harshness - 70%
Price - 10%
Overall Effects - 40%

33%

This is Generous.

Summary : Absolutely not worth it.

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One comment

  1. I agree totally I picked up a gram of this strain thinking it was going to be super skunky like skunk should but i get it and no skunk smell to me its not skunk if u doesn’t even smell skunky then its not skunk.I too was very disappointed and won’t ever get it again .its a lie they should never call a strain “SKUNK” IF IT DOESNT EVEN SMELL LIKE SKUNK.I really miss the REAL old school skunk from back in the day.its gotta still be out there somewhere but it sure isn’t at the dispensaries in Arkansas

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