The White Widow strain is an absolute classic among hybrid cannabis varieties. It owes its popularity to a splendid high, which combines the best qualities of an indica and sativa. You’ll experience a pleasantly relaxing buzz, supplemented by an energetic and invigorating effect.
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The White Widow strain is an intense marriage of peppery flavors and citrus notes, like sprinkling pepper on a grapefruit.
White Widow Strain Information
White Widow has grown to be one of the most famous cannabis varieties used recreationally and medicinally. The dense coat of frosty white, crystalline trichomes covering the delicate, fragrant flowers inspired its name. White Widow is a so-called “white” cannabis strain with a high THC content at 16% and no CBD content, so it’s probably not ideal for inexperienced cannabis users. It’s known for its potency, offering physical relaxation while being mentally stimulating at the same time.
White Widow Strain Effects
White Widow Strain Pairings
Greta Van Fleet — “When The Curtain Falls”
Greta Van Fleet is perfect for a mellow evening on the patio alone or a night of wilding out.
Post Malone — “Spicy”
Because the White Widow strain is fruity, floral, and peppery, kick up the heat with spicy Post Malone.
Sia — “Chandelier”
White Widow will make you swing from the chandeliers and then tuck you in for a fantastic night’s sleep.
Spicy fruit salad — for the love of spicy-sweet. Sprinkle chili powder on mango and get zesty with White Widow.
Pepper steak kabobs — anything on a stick, really. Fiery kabobs are easy finger food, which is exactly what you’ll want with this strain.
Oreos — why not? Cannabis and cookies are always a winning combo.
Margarita — salty, sweet, and fruity. A tart marg goes with any meal and nearly any cannabis strain.
Champagne — for the bubbles. If you’re feeling social and bubbly, champagne is the perfect choice for a low-key party beverage.
Beer — keep it simple. Everyone loves a frosty pint.
Where The White Widow Strain Is Grown
Already legendary at the time, the first White Widow strain was created by crossing an Indian indica with a Brazilian sativa. This strain was created by years of cultivation and selection in the mountains of Kerala. Because the first White Widow plants come from Dutch soil in the early 1990s, you can proudly call it a real Dutch Classic. The White Widow strain quickly became a bestseller known worldwide, making it available nearly everywhere today.