CBD Sweet ‘n Sour Widow

CBD Sweet ‘n Sour Widow Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
6-8%
Yield
400 g/ sq. m
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 weeks, outdoors and indoors
Climate
Humid conditions
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
175 cm
Flavors
Sour onion

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CBD Sweet ‘n Sour Widow Marijuana Seeds Information

CBD Sweet ‘n Sour Widow is an indica-dominant variety created by cannabis breeder Seedsman. This strain is suitable for beginners since the psychoactive effects are mild and for those seeking to medicate without feeling foggy.

This is a sturdy strain with light and airy buds and to emphasize its cannabidiol profile, this variety can be traced from the White Widow indica genetics and an unidentified sativa-hybrid.

What are the Flavor and Effects of CBD Sweet ‘n Sour Widow?

It has a distinctive aroma with sour onion notes. Its mild psychoactive effects can make the users feel relaxed, happy, uplifted and the urge to sleep.

What are the medical benefits of CBD Sweet ‘n Sour Widow?

This cannabis strain has high cannabidiol quantities which are known in the marijuana world for its various medical applications. It is commonly used to manage pain, ease stress, cope with anxiety and depression. It can also help to renew lost energy and it comforts users into a deep relaxation that eventually leads to sleep which is suitable for those suffering from insomnia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from CBD Sweet ‘n Sour Widow

Most of the users experience a dry mouth and dry eyes, feeling dizzy and some headaches.

How to Grow CBD Sweet ‘n Sour Widow?

This cannabis strain can withstand high levels of humidity. This can grow in a greenhouse, indoors or even outdoors. It requires extremely vigorous growth before the start of flowering and may require germination techniques to increase the chances of producing female flowers. It may require trimming and early topping to keep the plant short and to encourage higher yields.

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