White Widow: Brazilian Indica x South Indian Sativa

White Widow: Brazilian Indica x South Indian Sativa

White Widow is a staple Sativa-dominant hybrid that has claimed global popularity.

Amongst some of top world famous strains lies White Widow. Known for its powerful energetic effects, this strain has relieved many patients. Named after its blanketed white crystal look, White Widow allows you to unwind but while still maintaining mental awareness.

White Widow

White Widow
This strain holds a pretty balanced 60:40 that leads to a cognitive driven high. via Telluride

Creation: Brazilian Indica x South Indian Sativa

Type: Sativa-dominant


White Widow has touched almost every Dutch coffee shop menu since its birth in the 1990s. Winning an early High Times Cannabis Cup in 1995, White Widow has been known as a legendary strain. Plus with it’s energizing and reliving effects for those suffering medically this strain has been a wonderful creation.  In addition, this Sativa dominant strain has made a reputation for quality cannabis breeding and being a strong genetic foundation. Also, enthusiasts describe an immediate uplift in mood, energy, and focus. Therefore, this eases the pain triggers and allows for tasks to be completed. Overall, it is great for patients, great for cultivators and great for producers.

Relief: Depression, fatigue, stress, chronic pain, insomnia, PTSD, muscle spasms

Impact: Energizing, uplifting, creative, euphoric, happy

Flavor: This strain can seem a little bland to sativa users who are used to a more fruity taste. Although this strain very pungent in favor, the sweet woody highlights may surprise you.

Fragrance: Hindu Kush is what the cannabis community would call “dank”. Really strong in smell, and earthy. In fact, it almost has a citrus yet peppery scent to it.

What are Terpenes?

Terpenes are the fragrant oils produced within the trichomes (i.e., the resin glands that resemble tiny white hairs) of cannabis and different plants. Right now, science classifies cannabis in the same household as hops. These could be Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica.  Differences between Indica vs. Sativa.

Spicy, fruity, and candy are all ways to describe the smell and taste of sativa plants.

Due to their morphology, indica plants can’t handle humidity very nicely and so they’ve discovered to develop sooner. Indica is often used to treat chronic ache, muscle spasms, and chronic nausea.

This resulted in a much more lanky plant; its leaves are thinner, and it grows much taller and fewer densely than indica. Sativa’s place of origin is quite a bit hotter, leading to a lot totally different subspecies of the plant.

If you’re on the lookout for a creative buzz that is uplifting, then that is the marijuana plant you should be looking at. This marijuana sort grows quick and wide in chilly and turbulent situations of Asian mountain regions.

Content: THC: 1.3-25%, CBD: 1%, CBN: 1%

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