Buddha’s Sister is an indica-forward hybrid formerly known as Soma Skunk V+, renamed to enhance its appeal in the coffeeshops of Amsterdam. The strain, originating from Amsterdam’s Soma Seeds, is a cross of Afghani, Big Skunk Korean, and Hawaiian Super Skunk, another Indica-leaning hybrid. With that pedigree, and a first place finish for Indica during the 2008 IC420 Growers Cup as well as a second-place finish for Best Indica at the 2002 Cannabis Cup, Buddha’s Sister offers a powerful effect. Soma Seeds notes that Buddha’s Sister is an indica-dominant cultivar that tends to thrive more as a multibranch plant when grown hydroponically, but it also does well in organic soil. Buddha’s Sister produces medium yields with a flowering time between 63 and 70 days. The loosely packed buds also offer resistance to mold and produce robust trichomes.