Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: If you are fortunate enough to try the real White Widow, you'll notice a pungent fruity, danky and subtly skunky flavor. The high sets in fairly quickly causing a relaxed state of euphoria that tends to last around 2 hours.
Brought about in 1995, White Widow won first place at the High Times Cannabis Cup the very same year. So named for the white pigment it portrays due to the immense amount of trichromes, this strain is renowned for its potency. While we have likely all seen many imitation varieties of White Widow, you’ll know the original strain the second you take a hit. The first hit often causes the user to sweat upon exhale, implying extreme potency.
Recommended for indoor cultivation, White Widow prefers frugal amounts of both nutes and water. She grows more typical of a sativa, tall and spindly. Also, she tends to grow extremely rapidly after germination, capable of growing over an inch per day for the first 3 days following germination. White Widow rewards patient growers with up to 450 grams per square yard.
The flavor of this strain begins with a taste reminiscent of fruit, flowers, pine and dank and often leaves the user stunned over the surprising potency it contains. While many people and dispensaries claim to have White Widow, the real strain is completely frosted and can be considered a one-hitter-quitter. This strain typically sells for $45 to $55 an eighth.
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Yes, its true, White Widow is known to be lightly exotic for it is frosty as everyone says. Not hard at all to notice the small crystals on it. 5/5 for a very classic strain, 4/5 overall strain.
snag this up when you get a chance, great kind of bud to have! well worth the money spent!