Awards & recognition
- 1st place -
- High Times Plant of the Year in 2007
Satori: High Times Strain of the Year 2007
Satori is an incredibly potent strain on the radar of sativa lovers since its introduction in 2005. This plant is easy to grow, making it suitable for newbies who want to experience sativas, which are notoriously more difficult to handle than indicas. The exact parent strains are undisclosed, but the Nepalese imprint is particularly strong in its aroma and resin production. Speaking of resin, the hash extracted from these plants makes for some great “temple balls”.
Aroma, Flavour, and Effect of Satori: Super Spicy Strain
Satori features a dynamic flavour profile. There is something moreish about this plant that only grows more fragrant each week. The flavours of the flowers are quite sweet, but will develop a spicier aroma if cured and dried properly.
As with most sativa hybrids we’ve come to know, Satori's effect is particularly suited to fuelling creativity and productivity. If writing, cleaning, or painting are on your to-do list, Satori will give you a clear, heady high that will transform any chore into a fun and original activity.
Growing Satori: Forget About Pests
Satori is well-suited to growers who tend to neglect to water their plants or live in very hot weather. This lady can withstand temperatures as high as 40ºC and grows vigorous and strong. You can forget about pests, especially spider mites, as Satori is naturally hardy and tough. Given the classic sativa flower shape, Satori has also good mould resistance.
High yields are really the cherry on top with this strain. Satori delivers between 550 and 600g/m² indoors, while a whopping 850–1200g/plant can be expected if grown outside, free of any restriction.
Grow your own Satori
- Grow difficulty
- Flowering type
- Flowering time
- 9-10 weeks
- Harvest time (outdoor)
- Yield (indoor)
- Yield (outdoor)
- Height (indoor)
- Height (outdoor)
Lineage of SatoriFold Unfold
- Landrace from Nepal