White Widow: Award-winning Legend
She is a legend. She carries substantial THC amounts. She is loved globally. She is an award-winner. This mysterious lady won the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1995 and has been serving marijuana users ever since. Her buds will knock you hard like a newer strain after a few weeks in the garden.
While her origin is unknown, breeders at Royal Queens Seeds sought to create their version of the legend. They settled on the genetics of White Widow S1 to create their 50% Indica and 50% Sativa White Widow strain. She provides both worlds to the users. Since the original release, the strain has travelled worldwide, winning awards as it goes on to deliver incredible effects to users.
Effects of White Widow
White Widow is a mesmerising strain to the body as she is good at bringing both the Sativa and Indica worlds to the user. After you light a joint or bong and takes a few puffs, the whole Indica effects will come crushing. You will feel an uplifting wave sweep through you as your moods become more elevated. You are thrown into a euphoria where your thoughts are positive and motivating. You feel happy and would even want to engage in fun activities and conversations.
After a while, you will start to feel your body getting comfortable like a warm blanket is thrown over you. The high shifts from the mind to your body in a typical Sativa manner without getting lazy. You will get lost in your comfort, and the world around you becomes peaceful. You will want to read a book or watch a movie in a relaxed state. You will also enjoy some medicinal value from the strain, like pain relief and alleviation of stress and anxiety.
Aroma and flavour of White Widow
Her compact flowers generate great amounts of the terpenes myrcene, pinene, and caryophyllene. These pungent particles unite to build a taste profile characterised by tones of spice, earthiness, and pepper. White Widow goes down especially well in delicious edibles, where her aroma comes to the fore
Growth Info of White Widow
White Widow boosts hardy genetics that allows her to thrive in different conditions. She does not ask for much from her growers, and novice growers will find her welcoming. She is resistant to mould, bugs and the cold. She does well both indoors and outdoors and will give the desired yield. All she needs are the basic nutrients.
This lady, when grown indoors, will grow to the height of around 60 to 100cm. She will give back 450 to 500 grams of dried buds per plant to her grower. As an outdoor plant, she will reach heights of around 150 to 190cm. She will reward the grower with around 550 to 600 grams per plant. She has a 10-week flowering period and is ready for harvest in early October.