One might expect Big Skunk Korean to have a primarily skunk-like aroma. However, it instead provides floral hints, including the scent of lavender. It takes some grinding to truly bring out the famous skunky smell.
It seems to have an interesting connection to Korea, but its lineage isn’t entirely clear. It’s likely a cross between Skunk #1, a classic skunky strain, and Big Bud. It is seemingly a relatively balanced hybrid, though its effects can lean towards sativa.
The buds of Big Skunk Korean are large and resinous. On occasion, the leaves have a purple tint, and you will spot plenty of trichomes as the plant flowers.
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