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A hybrid-cross between a Brazilian sativa landrace and an Indian indica. Top terpenes include limonene, trans-nerolidol and bisabolol.
on April 24th, 2018
(vision seeds)- veryy frosty big compact nugs from multiple topping which the plant loves. very vigorous plant once doubled the size of the rest quickly. any bug that goes near it gets stuck in the thick layer of trichomes. oddly flowered a week faster than northern lights also which puts the 'icing' on the cake :P the taste however felt it lacked the complexity/uniqueness of the northern lights however and doesn't really rank in my "tastiest" strains (completely subjective) but has top grade bag appeal
on August 7th, 2017
Una sepa algo cítrica y un toque picante o spice. No la recomiendo recreativa activa, es mas para rejalacion,quitar la ansiedad y ayuda a encontrar el sueño. Muy buena a la hora de dormir o para tener sexo. Los efectos de la white widow los comunes , resequedad en la boca, ojos rojos y hambre. Yo soy del caribe y todo el año es buena época para la siembra del white widow. En mi caso desde el día de la siembra hasta la cosecha y secado tardo casi 6 meses, en condiciones de exterior.
on June 14th, 2017
Gives you the high of a sativa without anxiety
Among the most famous strains worldwide is White Widow, a balanced hybrid first bred in the Netherlands by Green House Seeds. A cross between a Brazilian sativa landrace and a resin-heavy South Indian indica, White Widow has blessed every Dutch coffee shop menu since its birth in the 1990s. Its buds are white with crystal resin, warning you of the potent effects to come. A powerful burst of euphoria and energy breaks through immediately, stimulating both conversation and creativity. White Widow’s genetics have given rise to many other legends like White Russian, White Rhino, and Blue Widow. Still, many growers prefer cultivation of the original White Widow, which flowers in about 60 days indoors.