Widow+ Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
Around seven weeks
Temperate outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Earthy and pine with hints of spiciness

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Widow+ Marijuana Seeds Information

The Widow+ strain is a phenotype from the White Widow, one of the most famous and legendary strains ever created in the world of cannabis. This hybrid is of Indica dominance and is characterized by the remarkable amount of white resin covering its entire plant.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Widow+?

This version of the White Widow cannabis strain offers a somewhat similar flavor profile that is earthy and piney. It is accompanied by a spicy undertone that lingers on exhale. The buzz is a long-lasting high that starts with an explosive cerebral buzz then followed with a relaxing body sensation. This physical high is Indica-heavy and will soon knock you out into a state of immovable and deep sleep.

What are the medicinal benefits of Widow+?

This strain has tested to be quite extensive in its medical benefits to the cannabis community. It easily wipes away stress, anxiety, and depression. It is also a great strain against a number of chronic physical aches, like knee pains, lower back pains, arthritis, and even chronic migraines.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Widow+?

Highly potent, this strain will cause nausea, dizziness, dry eyes, and cottonmouth.

How to Grow Widow+?

One reason that this strain is often used in many combinations is that it brings its high-yielding, fast-growing traits to the plate. This strain can be grown indoors and outdoors. It can also grow in any kind of method (SOG and SCROG) as well as set up (soil and hydroponics). When grown outdoors, it thrives best in a temperate climate, but will still do well in colder climates. The plant grows tall and airy, so regular trimming is not a problem when cultivating this plant. All growers, both novice and experienced, will love this strain.

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