Piensa en White Widow x Chronic is PEV Seeds Bank’s White Widow and Chronic blend version. It is a mostly indica plant oozing with THC levels, and developing huge buds showered with a thick layer of resin coverage. This makes it a great strain for BHO and extractions. It’s DNA consists of 90% indica and 10% sativa genes. Emitting a sweet and fruity aroma, and can be grown indoors and outdoors.
The strain presents a sweet, fruity flavor overpowered by the freshness of citrus. This mouth-watering flavor delivers a happy, psychoactive high which calms the mind and body. As your spirit becomes uplifted, all your worries dissipate on the way up. The scattered and racing thoughts are driven out of mind to make your vision and perspective clearer. This helps in improving your social and artistic skills. After the head high, the body buzz will start to build up. The relaxation won’t lock you to the couch, but you will soon feel yourself slowly drifting off to dreamland.
The uplifting effect of Piensa en White Widow x Chronic is the perfect mood stabilizer for people with anxiety and depression. As the mind and body are launched to another plane of happiness, fatigue and stress is taken away with it and thrown aside. The body high soothes body aches such as joint pain, back pain, arthritis, and neck pain. The inflammatory properties help in soothing headaches, or migraine, inflammation, muscle spasms, and nausea. The strain is also beneficial to those struggling from the loss of appetite and sleep.
Like most indica strains, Piensa en White Widow x Chronic can lead to dry mouth, dry eyes, and even dryness in the throat. If your dosages go beyond your control, you may feel spacey. You can also experience anxiety and paranoia. There were also some reports of experiencing a migraine, lack of sleep, fatigue, and nausea.
The strain’s indica dominance is best cultivated through the Sea of Green (SOG) method. If you have a Mediterranean climate, the strain shall thrive well. If you are growing indoors, you can simply replicate the climate. Low Stress Training (LST) can be performed for more harvest.