Widows Walk

Widows Walk Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Flowering Period
Around eight weeks
Temperate outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Earthy, pine, and berries

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Widows Walk Marijuana Seeds Information

The Widows Walk strain is the product of combining the legendary White Widow strain with an Old Island Indica, the Vashon Kush. This hybrid grows easy-to-grow and highly productive plants with beautiful massive buds.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Widows Walk?

This weed is known for its earthy, piney, and sweet berries flavor profile. Breaking open, the large buds give off a pungent earthy odor that will linger for hours. The effects are quick-acting and start with an almost immediate lift in mood, creativity, focus, and energy. This is great for finishing mundane tasks like cleaning or weeding out the garden. This is followed by a body buzz that mellows you down into a sedated state. Soon, you will find yourself lulled into a relaxing and deep sleep.

What are the medicinal benefits of Widows Walk?

This strain is great for patients with cases of fatigue, depression, or stress as it helps provide them with the needed energy boost. It is also helpful in relieving a number of physical ailments, like migraines, back pains, sore knees, etc.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Widows Walk?

The initial mind-race that this weed offers can sometimes lead users to panic or paranoia. As always, moderation is key, and planning is very important.

How to Grow Widows Walk?

This strain is not available for sale commercially. You will have to plant clippings from mature, healthy plants to cultivate your own clone. It is a sturdy strain that grows well both indoors and outdoors setting. A temperate climate with sturdy temperatures works best for this weed. The plant is bushy and wide and will require regular trimming to ensure that sunlight, air, and humidity reaches all the layers of the plant. This process maximizes bud sizes and production.

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