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Buddha's Sister (Soma) smoke report

Discussion in 'Smoke Reports' started by KLITE, Mar 3, 2013.

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    KLITE

    KLITE Well-Known Member

    Hi all,

    Once again from the autocultivation club grown in soil and organically. After coming to Spain and very quickly realizing people love critical here I realized they also love Buddha's Sister and I'd say it's the second most popular smoke in the region I am. it's only fair to burn one and tell yous about it. This comes from the skunk family even used to be called skunk V+.

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    These are some good looking buds. Nice and swollen dark green buds with tons of shooting orange hairs. Quite a lot of trychome production though nothing too extreme. I give it a 7/10

    In terms of smell it reminds me of a sweeter and fruitier skunk, it smells a tad like candy. There's no muskiness nor dankness to it at all. Pretty standard smell to be honest though still something quite pleasant. 6.5/10

    It smokes very smoothly and tastes similar to the way it smells. i would say it tastes slightly floral. Once again very standard tasting weed, nothing out of the ordinary at all. 5.5/10

    The high really is quite nice. A very gentle and warm body stone, very relaxing and with some nice head high. It's a nice smoke for anytime day or night though i wouldnt smoke it if i had trouble going to bed. I'd even say if you're an experienced and regular user it might feel like a nice cup of tea. This being said even though it isnt a strong weed its effects really are very nice. It makes you feel good and happy. I was quite surprised to be honest didnt think it would be as nice a high. 7.5/10

    Overall this isn't the most spectacular strain I've come across however it does have a very pleasant high! Apparently it grows with ease outdoors and is not too bad a yielder. I can see how this could become someone's favourite anytime smoke, it's special high not too potent suits those who like smoking blunt after blunt but still be able to tend after their garden. I give it a 6-6.5/10
     
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    Doobius1

    Doobius1 Well-Known Member

    Thanks. Hard to find much info on this strain. I have one at around 6 weeks into flower. Its a beast and smells af tart cherries
     

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    KLITE

    KLITE Well-Known Member

    Very Nice looking! I'm told from other growers that unfortunately most of the sweet cherry smell goes away after drying. Soma's got some good crosses in his catalogue! I'm a really big fan of Rock Bud and Lavender.
     
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    kindnug

    kindnug Well-Known Member

    All s33ds produce differently> You can't say for sure whether it will transfer to flavor until you take first puff.
    I've had 2 plants from same pack stink identical and only one transfer it to the flavor. Every1 will get variation in s33d form.

    I wouldn't grow strains that only smell good> I care more about taste/potency than a smell.
     
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    Doobius1

    Doobius1 Well-Known Member

    Ive done Lavender (people say 'what do spray on your plants to make them smell like that?) and Sogouda (good but not great, my g13haze leaning pheno at least). My Amneisa Haze was terribly dissappointing. No buzz, no flavor. Especially disappointing because of the price. My experience is not based on a lot of selection so take it with a grain of salt
     
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    KLITE

    KLITE Well-Known Member

    Nice to know! I know someone here who's favourite toke is Lavender and he puts all his summer efforts into growing the best outdoor Lavender in this world! Purple tinged weed with a truely beautiful floral countrysidy smell! Amazing high as well!
    If you were a fan of Lavender I honestly recommend you to grow Prozack by Medical Seeds. It's a cross of Lavender with kush where both tastes and smells are combined to a perfection of balance. It's been one of the most memorable kushes I've come across!
     
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    Doobius1

    Doobius1 Well-Known Member

    My Lavvy took 12 weeks to the day. Was a great yielder and a beautiful plant. Ran it 4 times
     

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    voodoosdaddy

    voodoosdaddy Member

    His rockbud was the shit. I haven't seen any since the mid 90's but I remember it well. I'm heading to Barcelona this weekend. Hopefully I can find some of his Somango or Lavender.
     
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    KLITE

    KLITE Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately few people have decent cuts of him any longer and those that might do have knackered the mother plants and not kept them well. Ive not seen somas stuff in a hile out here, maybe soon some of that outdoor.
     

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