Canadian Widow

Canadian Widow Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
17.5 %
700 to 900 grams per-square-meters
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
6 - 9 weeks
warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
lemony, sweet, nutty, and blueberry

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Canadian Widow Marijuana Seeds Information

Also called Widow and has a sweet lemony aroma with sticky resins when its buds are cut open, it boasts of a special feature of purple crystalline trichomes which breeders attribute to its kush family. It has a thorny-conic structure and with thorny texture.

Created by cross-breeding Canadian with Widow Querkle and its a Sativa-dominant cannabis.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Canadian Widow?

To get concentration and focus, a dose from this strain will do just that. It has euphoric, energizing, uplifting, and relaxing effects. The buzzing effect follows suit after the right dose. This marijuana has lemony, sweet, nutty, and blueberry flavor. Mild to severe sedative effects will pop up after consuming this weed in excess strain.

What are the medical benefits of Canadian Widow strain?

Good medicinal marijuana utilized by People suffering from arthritis, loss of concentration, attention deficit disorder, vomiting, and nausea for treatment purposes. It has a very curative effect on chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia, loss of appetite, depression, and stress.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Canadian Widow strain

Negative effects are also expected from this strain. However, these negative effects are only seen when this weed is consumed great quantity. Some of the side effects are dizziness, paranoia, dry itchy eyes, restlessness, and high fever.

How to Grow Canadian Widow strain?

Don’t expect its growing method to be easy, as this strain would present you with some growing difficulty which will require patience. Its germinating period after planting is usually within 05 to 10 days. The application of harmless pesticides is recommended. The harvesting period is 6 to 9 weeks period and is best grown indoors.

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