White widow strain
White Widow genetics can be linked to a Brazilian Sativa and a resin-heavy Indian Indica. Frequently mentioned in the television show Weeds, White Widow is a hybrid strain that is very popular both in America and abroad. Found in most Amsterdam coffee shops, White Widow buds produce an entrancing, full-bodied effect, and are typically smothered in shiny, white trichomes.
White widow THC/CBD Content level
THC percentage-wise, White Widow tops out at a stunning 20-25% level, making it one of the strongest and most potent cannabis strains in the world alongside heavy hitters like Afghan Kush and AK-47.
Its THC/CBD ratio is 1:2 to 1:3 with 5.5% THC and 12-16% CBD. This ratio of cannabinoids means that the psychoactive effect of THC barely perceptible. Depending on the phenotype cultivated, this ratio may vary but CBD levels are always above THC.
White Widow Appearance
Appearance-wise, White Widow weed is laden with frosty, bright crystals that glisten and gleam the minute any source of light hits the nuggets. Underneath that snow-covered first blanketed layer, however, glimpses can be seen of fat sage-green buds stacked up together in tall colas, ready to be cut apart and trimmed down for the world’s best smoke.
Additionally, the presence of the long bright orange pistil hairs reaches straight up to the heavens, curling on the way and joining the lengthy dark green water leaves that express an ombre-like color gradient in appearance, making this scene rather delightful aesthetically. In our opinion, there really is not a more attractive or visually appealing marijuana strain than White Widow.
Medical Benefits of White Widow Cannabis
Although White Widow marijuana has been explored for use with numerous medicinal conditions in the past, the most notorious relief this healing strain seems to provide is for individuals that suffer from:
- Chronic pain
For those handling psychological conditions (depression, anxiety, stress, PTSD), a small to average-sized dose of this cannabis strain is probably best, as over-consuming marijuana when dealing with a mental condition can sometimes lead to greater paranoia and anxiety.