Strain Review: White Widow: Benefits, Effects, Uses, and More

White Widow is named for its hard, white buds laced with crystal resin. Here is our strain review for White Widow; it’s benefits, effects, uses and more.

Strain Overview

White Widow was first bred by Netherlands based producer Green House Seeds. It was created in the 1990’s by crossing a Brazilian sativa landrace and a heavy hitting South Indian indica. The result was a sativa dominant hybrid that quickly earned a name for itself among the most popular strains used globally. It even went on to win itself a High Times Cannabis Cup in 1995. It’s good reputation has made it an ample specimen for crossbreeding, producing notable strains like White Russian, Blue Widow, and White Rhino. If you’re looking to grow this intoxicating strain yourself, it will flower in around 60 days.

Strain Effects 

White Widow is known to provide fast-acting cerebral effects to boost your mood and energy for the day. It’s the kind of strain that will make even the most mundane tasks interesting. Sporting an average THC content of 18% to 20%, this strain is well known to provide a happy, uplifted and euphoric high. Enthusiasts have been known to experience increased productivity, making it a great strain to wake ‘n’ bake and still get things done. Users beware, as cotton mouth is the most prevalent side effect of this strain. Users should also be sure to not overdo it as paranoia has been linked to overindulgence.

For an in depth look into user reported effects, click here.

Strain Benefits/Uses

Like countless other strains, White Widow is most commonly used to treat loss of appetite, pain, fatigue and nausea. Although due to its strong cerebral effects, this strain is most beneficial to the mind. It can help treat ADHD and other disorders that struggle with keeping focus. It is also used to treat depression and anxiety.

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About Dylan Klimchuk

A business student and cannabis enthusiast with a passion for exploring the great outdoors. Follow me on instagram @dklimmer
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