If this fella delivered anything less than the name promises…well, you’d be right to be disappointed. Luckily, it’s a fitting name to say the least. Sucker Punch was created by crossing Candy Kush with a Pre 98 Bubba Kush, resulting in a genuine new-generation Kush masterpiece.
Sucker Punch Strain Flavors
On the nose, it bears strong similarities to Sour Diesel, though a true connoisseur will pick up on that classic spicy Kush note that tells you what this guy really is. Going back to that name, you really only need to hit it once to know how it landed such a moniker.
Sucker Punch Strain Effects and Medical Uses
If you’re out for a medical strain, Sucker Punch is what you turn to for industrial-strength pain-relief. Or for that matter, when you’re massively bummed-out, stressed as hell or having real trouble sleeping. A couple of hits and all these problems instantly cease to exist. As for recreational use, it’s just the ticket if you’re more about doing a whole load of nothing than doing anything at all.
Growing Sucker Punch
If you’re out to grow your own, Sucker Punch is a great choice for indoor growers and anyone with little or no prior experience. The plants are nicely compact, flowering times average about 9 weeks and it tends to be extremely forgiving when it comes to the odd mistake. It’s not too demanding in terms of growing conditions, either. And on top of all this, it can be relied upon for excellent yields and consistent quality product.
Despite being an Indica strain, Sucker Punch often produces a hell of a lot of THC. In fact, you might be looking at something in the region of 20%, if you give it all it needs from start to finish. Which means that while Sucker Punch is largely guaranteed to floor you, it does so in a pleasant, controlled and uplifting manner that’s not overly incapacitating.