About Buddha's Hand
Have you been looking for a strain that’s delicious, kicks in quickly, and will get you through even the most trying of work days? Buddha’s Hand is here to save the day with a slightly sativa-dominant makeup that’s simply incredible. The mysterious Bodhi Seeds crossed Lemon Thai and Snow Lotus to result in a strain that you’ll want to try again and again.
Buddha’s Hand is perfect for all experience levels with a moderate potency that averages at 14% THC. Her buds tend to be quite large and dark green with minimal pistils and a light coating of amber crystals. If you’re a fan of sweeter strains, this gal is for you. Both her flavors and aromas take on heavy notes of flowers and fruit, with lemon and pineapple coming through the strongest. Notes of hash do make their way into your experience, ensuring that this strain is as balanced as can be.
Think about the last time you had to completely kick butt at work and imagine if that day could’ve been filled with energy, focus, and joy? That’s what this strain will do for you with a high that sets in right away. Your creativity will be heightened and you’ll be in the perfect headspace to actually act on your ideas all while remaining happy and motivated. Buddha’s Hand does impart strong tingles over your entire body, beginning in your temples, and includes a slight physical relaxation that’s not heavy in any way.
As one could imagine, this strain is perfect for individuals who are dealing with nagging depression or stress. Whether you had a rough night of sleep or you’re chronically fatigued, Buddha’s Hand will assist in infusing you with the get-up and go needed to have a productive day, and issues of physical pain will also soon become a thing of the past. Some note that this bud helps to improve their appetite, both for food and physical pleasure, so in some situations it could literally be a godsend.
Despite how wonderful this strain sounds, Buddha’s Hand isn’t perfect and can be a challenge for inexperienced home growers. Plants can get very tall if not topped early, and regular pruning is needed to ensure things don’t get out of control. Indoor and outdoor growth will suit her fine as she’s very resilient, but this strain does gravitate more toward humid environments. After 8 to 10 weeks of love and care, cultivators will have a very large yield on their hands.
Perfect for a busy day at work or even great on a weekend adventure, Buddha’s Hand is one of those strains that will easily find a place in your regular rotation. With excellent flavors and effects that are strong and consistent, both recreational and medical users have grown quite fond of her.
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