Do you currently use synthetic drugs to help treat different ailments? The amazing white widow strain has been used as an herbal alternative to synthetic drugs. Many users report positive results when it is used to help deal with various ailments and to help restore their quality of life.
You’ll love the ease of growing and the astounding effects of this all-star strain. Most growers are excited to add this to their indoor growing arsenal. While this towering behemoth can grow huge under natural conditions, it can adapt to grow in a smaller indoor space as well. By shortening the vegetative phase and opting for a smaller pot will help to limit its towering height and allow it to fit into a small space. When training it to be smaller to fit your indoor space you will want to utilize the Sea of Green or Screen of Green methods to ensure that you are not sacrificing its full yield potential due to limited space. The Sea of Green technique will mature plants early, often after 2 weeks, in order to speed up the production of buds and take up less space. This will cut down on time between harvests which means a steadier supply of fresh ganja! Using the Screen of Green method, where you would utilize a screen over top of your plant to hold back the tops of your growing canopy and allow more areas to receive light, one plant can quickly fill a 3×3 growing tent and be ready to bud before you know it. Under optimal conditions, after the 8-9 week flowering time you will be ready to harvest 2.6 ounces per square foot of gluey, aromatic buds.
This magnificent strain has a long-lasting high that would be perfect to help those that suffer from symptoms of stress, insomnia, depression, anxiety, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and chronic pain. This strain also has a strong appetite stimulant so it can be effective when dealing with a variety of eating disorders.
It’s high THC content (19%) packs a powerful punch that provides a long-lasting mental buzz and then provides a sense of calm without gluing you to the couch. This strain is known for that classic good time high that inspires creativity with bursts of energy and euphoria. The buzz is long lasting and powerful but not overwhelming. Its hybrid nature compliments the sativa and indica effects well and provides a balanced high, suitable for most users.
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White Widow is a heavy producer of large, heavy and solid nuggets. Another of her great qualities is her extraordinary ability to produce resin. During the flowering, her buds are covered with a thick layer of resinous trichomes that, at their peak, give the plant an almost white appearance. Hence her name, White Widow.
*Cannabis contains at least 113 cannabinoids, which can be either acidic or neutral. When heated – e.g. through smoking, vaping or cooking – acidic cannabinoids decarboxylate and become neutral. This report refers only to the main cannabinoids – acidic and neutral – in this strain.
These results have been obtained by liquid chromatography coupled to a UV-visible HPLC Detector (HPLC-UV/VIS) for identifying the cannabinoids and by gas chromatography coupled to a flame ionization detector (GC-FID) for the collection of terpenes. The equipment has been previously calibrated and quality control samples were run to assure the accuracy of the results. The data shown here is the average of samples coming from several plants grown from seeds by different growers.
Thanks to her small body, White Widow is especially suited to indoor growing. In a square meter, 6-9 plants of White Widow can fit perfectly, so the final result will be really abundant. Keeping an average temperature of 20-22 ºC would be the best, but at least make sure it doesn’t exceed 28ºC.
White Widow is perfect for both indoors and outdoors. She’s actually one of the easiest plants to cultivate of our catalogue. Monitoring her behavior when in contact with moisture by watering moderately will be enough for her to show us her full potential. If you’re growing outdoors, remember that she thrives in dry, temperate and Mediterranean climates because she needs lots of light. However, this doesn’t mean she can’t be cultivated in colder climates such as in France, the UK or the Netherlands. But watch out for moisture-related problems, particularly during the last weeks prior to harvest.
The original White Widow was created when a sativa landrace from Brazil was pollinated by an indica hybrid from southern India. According to legend, WW was the result of years of selecting and breeding in the mountains of Kerala to produce resin-rich marijuana plants.
The effects from smoking White Widow are consistent with that of the best sativa-dominant plants, offering users a steller, almost psychedelic high. Smokers will feel this in their head, with a cerebral wave washing over them. The flavour is clean and pine-fresh, with a hint of citrus on the exhale, making for an invigorating and tasty smoke experience. White Widow feminized by RQS isn’t just another WW variety; it offers old-school genetics in a next-gen experience that you won’t soon forget.
White Widow Provides Good Yields And Manageable Growth
These effects make White Widow an ideal smoke during busy days and creative projects. Her stimulating high sparks enough enthusiasm and motivation to keep you engaged in the creative process for much longer than usual.
White Widow finishes flowering after 8-10 weeks, requiring little maintenance. This is the perfect plant for first-time growers. Such characteristics also make this plant a great option for SOG and ScrOG operations.
Our White Widow feminized grows to about 1m tall indoors, reaching up to 2m outside. It needs lots of light, but can be grown in colder climates such as France, the UK, and the Netherlands. Grown inside, it can yield 450–500g/m² under a 600W light. Outdoors, growers can harvest between 550–600g/plant. Although this cultivar will perform better in warm climates, it still provides excellent results in northern European climates.