Buddha’s Sister Genetics
This 60/40 indica hybrid is a mix of Afghani, Big Skunk Korean, and Hawaiian Super Skunk. First developed as ‘Soma Skunk V+’, Soma Seeds Buddha’s Sister is a very successful strain in Amsterdam coffeeshops.
Buddha’s Sister Effects
Indica lovers will be pleased to know that Soma Seeds has created Buddha’s Sister with them in mind. It produces a pleasant body-stoned effect. But don’t be fooled, Buddha’s Sister contains enough cerebral properties to awaken and stimulate your senses. This balanced combination makes it perfect for daytime use as it doesn’t produce that heavy, lethargic feeling common of some indica hybrids. This strain earns a spot in the Cannaisseur’s collection, for sure.
Buddha’s Sister Terpene Profile
Buddha’s Sister sticky, resin-loaded buds have an earthy, floral aroma. Meanwhile, its cherry-like flavor is pleasantly tart rather than overpoweringly sweet. For those seeking to taste all of Buddha’s Sister terpenes, try vaping for maximum flavor.
Medical Benefits Buddha’s Sister
Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this high THC strain may also provide some relief from general aches and pains.
How to Grow Buddha’s Sister
Buddha’s Sister is a strain which grows better indoors. Soma Seeds recommend cultivating it as a multi-branch plant, mostly because it produces a high number of side-branches from the start. If you have trouble with space, this will be highly beneficial, as its short stature does not compromise its high yield. At the same time, its leaves and buds produce an abundance of resin, making it a favorite strain among the hash and extract lovers out there.