Widow Warrior

Widow Warrior Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Flowering Period
56 to 70 days
Warm and sunny outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Woody and Sweet

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Widow Warrior Marijuana Seeds Information

By crossing the Master Widow strain with a strong Durban Sativa landrace, the breeders at De Sjamaan is able to come up with this resin-filled plant that produces a powerful stoned effect. It is an evenly balanced hybrid that grows very tall and offers a distinctive woody and sweet flavor.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Widow Warrior?

The taste of this strain leans heavily on the African Durban landrace and offers a familiar woody and scent flavor. It offers a real heavy buzz that is both uplifting and stoney. The mental rush can become quite overwhelming as it launches you to new heights and filling you with motivation and inspiration. The effect is hazy, and shapes and patterns may become magnified or may merge together into a disorienting confusion. Once the sensation reaches the core and flows through the limbs, you will instantly feel heavy. Soon after, you will find yourself couch-locked and falling into a deep sleep.

What are the medicinal benefits of Widow Warrior?

The weed is often used to treat patients who are suffering from depression, anxiety, and stress as it temporarily relieves them from all the pressures and tensions of this world and fills them with happy and euphoric bliss. It is also a good strain to smoke for insomniacs who will love the fulfilling sleep that this weed brings about.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Widow Warrior?

The initial cerebral rush might be too much for some users, especially when taken above their limits or when taken in high doses. It can lead to headaches, nausea, and a slight increase in panic.

How to Grow Widow Warrior?

This strain grows large and tall and can be cultivated inside and outside. Experienced cultivators will, however, prefer outdoor growing as it provides the plant with more room to grow, especially when it starts its aggressive stretch. You should keep an eye on the colas and make sure these are supported as the flowers begin to put on significant weight in the last few weeks of flowering.

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