White Widow is among the most popular medical cannabis strains of all time. Bred in the 1990s in the Netherlands, it is a famous staple in Amsterdam’s coffee shops. It was one of Europe’s very first marijuana imports, and is world-renowned for its sticky crystals and resinous buds. This is an uncomplicated, easy-to-grow strain notorious for its potency.
White Widow buds have highly visible, mouth-watering trichomes, which are responsible for its white-gray sheen. It has an ammoniac smell that stings slightly of earthy pine. This is not a very flavorful strain, but its effects are well worth its tastelessness. When smoked, White Widow is particularly pungent, so be careful if discretion is necessary.
Why Patients Use White Widow?
White Widow guarantees a powerful head high. Patients enjoy the cerebral buzz promised by this strain. A happy, Indica-dominant hybrid, it gives users a sense of calm euphoria. It is a favorite of creative people, as it helps with introspection and sharpens mental focus. White Widow is also a strong relaxant, and it soothes both body and mind of pain and worry.
Medical Uses of White Widow
- Appetite Loss
Side Effects of White Widow
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Information about White Widow
- 60 percent Indica and 40 percent Sativa
- White Widow is the offspring of Brazilian Indica and South Indian Sativa landraces.
- Rated 7.5 on a scale of 1 to 10, this potent strain makes patients truly stoned.
- THC levels are frequently as high as 25 percent. Eighteen percent is the lowest on record.
- Green House Seeds
- White Widow’s flowering cycle is typically eight or nine weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
- This strain does best outdoors in hot areas, but it can and does grow well indoors too.
- This medium-sized plant can grow four or five feet tall.
- White Widow yields very well, especially when grown in direct sunlight.
- This is an easy strain to grow. Beginners do very well with it.
- It can cause paranoia and anxiousness when overused.