I could not find any information about the Mammoth Skunk strain, anywhere online, outside of the MedicineMan menu:
Indoor Mammoth Skunk
Afganistan, like all the 'stans produces great indica. The new world produces great sativas, and the best hybrids are those Atlantic or Pacific hybrids that take strong varietals from both worlds. The following countries played a role in this breeding, intellectually or genetically: Spain, Holland, Afghanistan, Mexico, and Colombia. The result is a fruity savory goodness that will lead you to a country known as "relaxation".n The Afghan genes are on both sides of the family (strains tend to be inbred for consistency) and predictably the indica is dominant in this hybrid. Despite its dank afghani roots, its Colombian and Mexican genes give it a sweet, fruity freshness that adds a delicious depth to the skunky experience. A fruity funk will serenade you to funky relaxation, though this does have sativa effects for some people, so it should be more of an evening strain. Grown hydroponically (indoors), with synthetic nutrients. A rare treat.
First impressions: These buds are works of art; grown and trimmed expertly, with love and affection. The photo does not quite capture the color contrasts between olive and emerald leaves and fiery orange tendrils. These buds are almost too beautiful to burn. But burn they must.
What flavor! Mocha chocolate orange overpowers my palate. It is strange that “skunk” should appear in the name. The smell is gear oil, the taste rich and fruity orange fudge-sickles…I would really like to know more about the genetics of this strain.
The effects are mesmerizing, it should be said. It’s so good, this review just has to end! 5.0/5
Conclusion: Cannabis doesn't get any better than this.