The Most Popular Marijuana Strain: White Widow
White Widow White Widow is popular for a number of reasons. It is frequently used medically, recreationally, and for almost any reason in between. It is frequently on the menu at many Amsterdam coffee shops and has made top ten lists since its inception. It is technically an indica-dominant strain that evinces more sativa characteristics when you smoke it. White Widow marijuana seeds also tend to produce plants that covered in a “white” dusting of THC.
White Widow Smoking Effects As mentioned above, the indica-dominant distinction is really just a reflection of the genes. White Widow is more likely to produce very heady, cerebral highs that you would normally associate with a sativa-dominant plant. This is, of course, a result of the sheer amount of THC that the plant harbors. The high is quick and powerful. It’s also a very social strain of marijuana to smoke (hence the reason why it’s commonly featured in Dutch coffee shops). It’s a strain that naturally produces a lot of good vibes and it tends to last much longer than most comparable strains. When the cerebral high finally dies down, you’ll start to feel some of the indica-influenced, body buzzes. Want to grow some White Widow? Download my free marijuana grow bible for more information about white widow.
White Widow Plant Features Obviously, the major characteristic of this plant is that it comes with a great deal of THC. The “White” in “White Widow” is a reflection of just how covered the plant can get with psychoactive substance. White Widow marijuana seeds have historically been engineered to thrive in indoor environments (although outdoor growth is not out of the question). It is particularly useful for hydroponic growth. With White Widow, the leaves are long and green, but the plant itself is generally very short in stature. This, again, makes it ideal for indoor environments. White Widow flowers in about 7 to 9 weeks at which point you can expect yields of 21 ounces of bud per 10 square feet. Feminized seeds make this an attractive option for many growers. It’s also considered a great option for novices, especially those who want to try indoor growing.
White Widow Medicinal Uses Its widespread recreational use has brought White Widow to the forefront of medical research. Its effectiveness for several diseases has been studied extensively. Some ailments that White Widow can treat are cachexia, post-traumatic stress disorder, and even hepatitis C. White Widow continues to see study after study that appears to prove its effectiveness for a large amount of medical uses. The energetic highs are also often ideal for anxiety and depression.
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