The mix of Skunk and Sativa genetics gives the Euphoria strain a strong cerebral nature, without being over the top. Even with high THC levels and a Sativa-dominance, other cannabinoids in the plant, like CBD, balance out the headiness. MSNL breeders made sure the genetics would be euphoric but in a natural and enjoyable way.
The name Euphoria was chosen for this strain to provide obvious insights into the plant's effects. When smoked, it gives a clear-headed and happy buzz, yet it's also very calming â€” making it well-rounded. Pull a couple more times from your joint and you'll start to feel the sedative side, leaving you nicely buzzed. Medically, the effects can be good for someone with social anxiety, or who has depression and wants some uplifting and positive energy to run through them.
You can grow this plant indoors or out, it will do well in both environments. When growing outside, the harvest will occur around the end of September. It can take about two weeks for seedling, three to four weeks for vegetation, and then a short flowering cycle of 8 to 10 weeks. Also, during the flowering stage, the smell isn't overly pungent, the way other Skunk strains can get. So, that can help you maintain a low profile. Once you're ready to harvest your plants, anticipate getting great yields of 400 to 500 grams per M2. Lastly, a good cure for a month or more will ensure that the sweeter tones will be more prominent.
Euphoria seeds give a superb mix of classic skunk is clear in the aroma once that plant's harvested and cured. Yet, there are also sharp citrus and sour notes that cut through the buds. And with a long, patient cure in glass, the sharpness turns more sweet and tasty.
As a strain that's stood the test of time, we couldn't be more in awe of Euphoria. We give it 5 stars for its ease of growth, superb flavour profile, and incredible cerebral, yet mellow buzz. It truly is a one-of-a-kind lady.
The length of time you cure your buds will determine the tasting profile of this Euphoria strain. Not curing for very long will leave the skunky, earthy, and citrusy flavours. But, with 30 days or more, those tasting notes will evolve into a sweetness that leaves a yummy burst of flavour on your tongue.