Satori Regular Seeds - 10

SKU
MND-STR-REG-10
Short Description
Strong and productive. High Times "Strain of the Year" 2007.
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Description
This famous Mandala strain is a reliable and powerful cross that will delight your connoisseur heart. Satori is an exceptionally easy to grow sativa. She has shown impressive hardiness against spider mites and other pests, and she posseses a good measure of mold resistance. Her slim appearance makes it possible to plant in narrow rows, or in SOG, to maximize her typical record yields even more. The firm sideshoots provide highest quality cuttings. As with all Mandala Seeds sativas she is heat resistant - an added bonus for small indoor environments and hot summer grows. The mainly sweet & fruity-spicy aroma is a real treat for the senses. Satori grows a long headbud with chunky flowers and does not require much feeding on soil; you can almost do without feeding provided you use quality soil and sufficient pot size. Satori is a high yielding, powerful plant with an exceptional sativa effect. The heavy buds are easy to manicure, and from the resinous bud leaves you can produce finest grade hash, comparable in quality to the famous Nepalese 'temple balls'.
Characteristics
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Breeder/Brand Mandala Seeds
Genetics Nepal
Pack Size 10 Seeds
Variety Indica / Sativa
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Sex Regular
THC Content Very High (over 20%)
THC Content 23-28%
CBD Content Unknown
Yield High
Yield Indoors: 550-600 gr/m2; Greenhouse: up to 240 gr/plant; Outdoors: 850-1200 gr/plant
Plant Height Medium
Grows Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors
Max Flowering Time 9 weeks, 10 weeks
Flowering Time 65-70 days
Harvest Month October
Medical Conditions Anxiety, Depression
Medicinal Properties Satori shows her therapeutic potential in relieving depression and anxiety; relieves symptoms of sensory motor neurologic disorders such as restless leg syndrome (RLS).
Taste / Flavour Earthy, Fruity, Spicy / Herbal, Sweet
Effect Creative, Stimulating
Awards High Times "Strain of the Year" 2007.