With flavors that closely resemble the fruit she’s named for, Satsuma is an evenly balanced bud that hails from Bodhi Seeds. There, a cross between Snow Lotus and Cali-O resulted in a strain that’s hard to find but a joy to experience. Depending on your tolerance, Satsuma might be great for daytime energy or could help to soothe out the stresses of a long day.
Even on her low end at 18% THC, Satsuma is more appropriate for experienced smokers given her set of hard-hitting effects. Her nugs are mesmerizing with a dense yet fluffy silhouette and small but mighty amber trichomes. While she does embody very strong citrus flavors and aromas, this bud is far more complex than you’d think. Notes of cream, vanilla, spice, and butter all mingle as you smoke, sometimes imparting tastes that are more sweet and sour while balancing things out with a pungent and sharp aroma.
The effects that one could experience after a few tokes of Satsuma are varied to say the least, as this bud can become your new favorite wake and bake option or might be more suited for the evening time. Most describe her cerebral effects as incredibly uplifting with a buzz that permeates both mind and body, often allowing for creative thoughts to come with ease. However, while she might be ideal during the workday for some, others will appreciate her slightly sedating qualities that help to make the evening time just a bit better. Ultimately, each individual will have to try her for themselves and determine just how they can incorporate her into their day to day lives.
It seems that only a select few retailers offer seeds of Satsuma for sale, which isn’t too terribly surprising given how discrete Bodhi Seeds tends to be. For those who want to venture into the world of home growing, this strain offers resiliency that makes her great for either indoor or outdoor settings. It’s noted that plants can get quite tall, so consider all of your available space because you’ll be fawning over her for roughly 8 to 9 weeks. Her yields are said to be quite high which is truly a plus since she’s so difficult to find on dispensary shelves.
Those who love bright and complex flavors will likely fall in love with Satsuma after just one puff, but it’s her array of effects that tend to keep people coming back again and again. Whether you’re interested in using this strain as a way to be more productive at work or you find that she helps you to smooth over any mental or physical rough edges, Satsuma is one bud that is worth taking the time to find.