Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: I only got my hands on Snowstorm once, but I did notice a very relaxing yet somewhat mild effect. The flavors are rich and decadent, tasting of deep red wine, earth and coffee.
In order to get a ruderalis cross to be highly potent, Dutch Passion chose Master Kush to make up for the lacking potency of ruderalis. Snowstorm was so named due to the large amount of milky trichromes that are seem to overpopulate her dark, dense buds.
If you aren’t familiar with ruderalis, allow me to explain to you just what it can do when crossed with more potent strains. Snowstorm, for example, has a life cycle between 7 and 10 weeks from seed to harvest. “What?!” you say? Ruderalis was once considered nearly useless due to its relatively low THC content and typically dismal yield. However, in recent times, breeders have found out that - when crossed with certain strains - ruderalis cross-breeds can prove to be highly potent, while moderately increasing the yield. Most people who grow Snowstorm like to grow many plants, due to the low yield, but short life cycle. The life cycle is so short, that outdoor growers often are able to do 2 or even 3 crops during the year. She is also already feminized, so there is no need to worry about those troublesome males.
Most providers will have Snowstorm going for between $40 and $45 an eighth, which is quite reasonable. She's also a great strain to add to your garden, although don't expect a huge yield from her, you just won't have to worry about forcing flowering - she'll do it herself.