The White marijuana seeds get their name from the heavy coat of white trichomes on the leaves of plants. This hard-hitting indica comes with 26% THC, which makes you happy and giggly before falling into deep sedation.
Also known as Triangle Kush, The White marijuana seeds are considered a potent, hard-hitting indica hybrid with sky-rocketing THC levels. This strain is not recommended for novice or experienced users as the psychoactive effects are prominent. With THC levels around 26%, The White is one of the strongest indicas (85/15) on the market. It comes with mixed effects that start out high and happy and end with a deep body stone.
As mentioned earlier, The White journey comes in two chapters. The first feels more like a sativa as users experience a buzzy head high that feels focused, giggly, and creative. The early stages of The White prompt happiness and positive thinking, which is great for users dealing with depression or anxiety. The second chapter feels like a potent indica that makes you tired, sedated, and lazy from head to toe.
The White marijuana seeds get their name from the coat of white resin that eventually appears on the mature plants. The nugs of The White, which appear like mini Christmas trees, have a heavy coat of trichomes. This strain has also been used to help combat nausea and insomnia. Most users choose to partake in The White in the evening or right before bed.
Being in ‘the business’ for quite some time now, SOMA writes from his own experiences and gathers information from all the people he meets along the way. Some of these people are growers; some users. Some use weed for medical purposes, whilst others just want to smoke and enjoy a good high and a movie on the couch.
Now that you know how to spot the difference between white seeds and immature seeds, let’s take a look at why some seeds are white, while others are brown or striped. The majority of cannabis strains are indeed brown, which is why there is so much confusion about white seeds.
Have you ever bought some cannabis seeds and found that they were white instead of the usual brown? You might have heard that white seeds are duds. That they won’t grow as well as “normal” seeds. We’re here to nip that myth in the bud! 😉 Read on to learn what the difference is between a white seed and an immature seed and what to expect from your white seeds!
Now it’s time for the million dollar question! Are white seeds the same quality, or are they subpar? The answer might surprise you! From all the tests we’ve done internally, as well as all the tests we’ve seen from our competitors, it turns out that white seeds have the same germination rate and are actually more likely to sprout faster than brown seeds! Because these seeds tend to have a slightly less thick outer shell, it allows the seeds to sprout faster.
It’s true that immature seeds will have a low germination rate. So the first step is knowing how to spot the difference between an immature seed and a healthy white seed. Check out this picture for example:
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In other words, if your seeds are green or light green, you have a problem. Otherwise, no problem!