THC : 22%
PURPLE SKUNK AUTO is one of Sensi Seeds’ Research strains. It is 75% indica and 25% sativa and has impressive genetics: Hindu Kush Auto, Shiva Skunk and Skunk #1. As the name suggests, the buds often turn a striking purple color when grown in the right conditions. The plants remain compact as they grow, making them suitable for discreet cultivation. Users can expect results and an intensely relaxing effect.
It is 75% indica, 25% sativa. They were developed as part of the Sensi Seeds Research 2021 project, from three remarkable mother plants – Hindu Kush Auto, Skunk #1 and Shiva Skunk. These genetics contribute to the strain’s messy aroma and flavor, and the classic indica stone.
There is a level of phenotypic variation with this strain, which makes it a good choice for growers, as some plants can look quite different. It is also important to note that this is the autoflowering variant. Therefore, even novice growers will find it easy to grow, thanks to the predictable flowering and lack of male plants. It has an average flowering period, meaning it will take about eight weeks (indoors) for the plants to reach harvest time.
As with many cue-dominant strains, Purple Skunk Automatic is compact in size. This is an advantage for those who wish to grow it discreetly outside or indoors where space is limited. Plants have a thick central cola, and are typically conical or pyramidal in shape, with a rounded tip. Although they are small, they are capable of producing big returns, both indoors and outdoors. The buds are heavy and large, with their most noticeable feature being their purple hue. This coloration is particularly evident when plants are grown at lower temperatures. Purple Skunk Automatic actually thrives in cooler climates, but can also be grown indoors under lights.
Many people notice the intensely relaxing effect, which lets users relax pleasantly without being locked to the couch.
The plants also have a typical indica aroma, which is evil, earthy and spicy, with a hint of sweetness and exotic sandalwood. The scent gets stronger as the plants reach harvest time, something growers should be aware of. In terms of flavor, consumers will notice that there are many of the same undertones: rich earthiness and sweet sweetness. Sometimes, it is possible to detect some spicy notes as well.