White Russian is the offspring of two of the world’s most legendary strains, AK-47 and White Widow. It is a powerful hybrid originating from the Netherlands and winning awards wherever it goes. Back in 1996, it won the Cannabis Cup for “Best Overall.” It also has the reputation of being among the most potent strains in the world.
This is a very fragrant plant. Even during its vegetative cycle it smells skunky and fruity. It tastes just as delightful as it smells with its smooth spiciness and earthy undertones. Surprisingly for an Indica, and one of the reasons for its popularity, White Russian is cerebrally uplifting. Even so, it can still cause couchlock when patients overdo it.
Why Patients Use White Russian?
White Russian is a relaxing strain that inspires creativity and happiness. Patients feel euphoric and love the way it uplifts them without the mental fogginess so common with Indica genetics. Although it can put patients to sleep easily in large doses, it is actually an energetic strain if used carefully. You can use White Russian during the day, but perhaps consider another strain for important functions or occasions.
Medical Uses of White Russian
Side Effects of White Russian
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Information about White Russian
- 50 percent Sativa and 50 percent Indica
- White Russian is the child of AK-47 and White Widow.
- On a scale of 1 to 10 on the stoned meter, users give White Russian an 8.5 rating. It will knock you.
- THC levels can range between 19 percent and 25 percent.
- Serious Seeds
- It takes approximately 10 weeks to flower this strain indoors. It flowers in October outdoors.
Ideal Growing Method
- White Russian grows well both indoors and outdoors. Consider a Sea of Green setup.
- This is a medium-sized plant. Four feet is its ideal height.
- White Russian is a moderate- to high-yielding strain.
- This plant grows easily and thrives in any warm environment.
- Its potency can cause dizziness and paranoia in high doses.