Laughing Buddha is an award-winning cannabis strain from the breeders at Barney’s Farm. She is the mix of Thai and Jamaican genetics, producing exotic and tantalising bud. Expect an intense medley of sweet and fruity flavours, followed with an uplifting and motiving sativa high. Laughing Buddha will flower in 70-75 days, and produces up to 600g/m² for the effort.
|Genetics||80% sativa - 20% indica|
|Parents||Thai x Jamaican|
|Flowering period||9-11 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||End of October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Barney's Farm|
A wise human has once said that “the key to happiness and health, is to laugh a lot”. If you wish to embrace this wisdom, the Laughing Buddha is perfect for you. If you enjoy laughing with your mates and smiling at life’s trivialities, Laughing Buddha will enhance these experiences.
The parents of this magnificent strain are the Thai sativa genetics and a Jamaican hybrid. Who would’ve guessed that Buddha was part Jamaican, interesting…
With its sativa dominance of 80%, this plant will hold your hand through the comedy of life, while the 20% indica will help you achieve Nirvana. This magnificent strain includes solid levels of THC which explain its potent effects.
The indoor yields amount to approximately 600g/m² which is a solid amount of laughing material. For outdoor nature-loving growers, this strain will produce medium yields. It reaches around 110cm in height. For outdoor growth, it reaches medium heights. For a sativa strain, the Laughing Buddha is relatively short, which is great if one has limited space, and wishes to experience growing sativa genetics.
The flowering period is around 9-11 weeks, which is relatively long, but the nugs that shall be produced will be generously dank. For outdoor growers, make sure to harvest at the end of October, and of course, consider the climate where you’re growing.
The sweet and fruity flavors of this strain have spread much happiness around the world. There is no reason to wait: start growing Laughing Buddha, you won’t regret it. Remember, laughter is the best medicine.
Thai strains made their first appearance in the Western world in the 1960s and became an instant success. The 1960s, 1970s and 1980s are dead and gone, but Thai strains are still present to this day; due to the notoriously long flowering period of pure Sativas mostly in hybrids.