What is white widow strain?
White widow, an Indica-dominant hybrid ( 60%) cannabis strain, has obtained huge popularity among its consumers and growers worldwide for its diverse characteristics such as its fast-growing.
Initially reproduced by Green House Seeds in the Netherlands in the nineties, The white widow bud is a cross between two strains which are Brazilian Sativa and a South Indian Indica.
The original White Widow strain is a name based on the white crystals that cover the plant’s buds.
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What does white widow weed look like?
Buds of White Widow are chunky, conical, and tapered
What is the effect of white widow strain?
According to the white widow strain reviews, the latest has moderate effects. Actually, the white widow strain’s THC level is approximately 20% which is neither strong nor weak and ensures good sensations since it helps with pain, stress, and especially anxiety.
white widow cannabis strain effects are bilateral. On one side, consumers revealed they felt a combination between relaxation and euphoria that stimulate creativity and focus. On the other hand, they noticed some negative impacts such as dry eyes and mouth.
How to grow white widow weed?
Fortunately, growing white widow cannabis strain is easy, especially for beginners. It adapts to climate change and humidity smoothly.
In order to have better results, here is some white widow strain information to retain.
When it comes to growing White Widow outdoors, sunlight, warm climate, low humidity, and well-drained soil are what it takes for the White Widow bud strain to be harvested successfully, specifically in late October.
On the other side, growing White widow Indoors also possibly require different requirements such as artificial lights. White widow weed won’t approximately exceed a meter indoors. However, she can go from the flowering stage to harvest in eight weeks.
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