White Widow Strain

White Widow is a well-known sativa-dominant strain with strong, refreshing, and uplifting properties. It was produced by crossing a Brazilian indica and a South Indian sativa landrace by Green House Seeds in the 1990s.

White Widow is said to generate a long-lasting high that will keep you under its influence for hours and hours. It’s quick-acting, long-lasting, and incredibly enjoyable. Just be careful if you’re a new consumer, as it can quickly overwhelm those who aren’t prepared!


This delightful strain will excite and refresh your mind, allowing you to be creative. It’ll also allow your conversation to flow, and your communication will become clearer. Things tend to seem simpler and less stressful, with a lot of connections being made within your mind during this experience.

White Widow is an excellent strain for those looking for a peaceful, uplifted mood that falls somewhere between calm and hyper-awareness. Rather than producing exhaustion, lethargy, or loss of strength (as indicas sometimes do), it creates a stable and bubbly environment that is conducive to all sorts of tasks.

White Widow is notorious for producing very dreamy, cerebral highs that are typically associated with a sativa-dominant strain. In comparison to other marijuana strains, White Widow’s influence lingers longer when smoked.

Appearance and Flavor

White Widow marijuana has frosty, vibrant crystals that shimmer and glint the moment some source of light shines on them. White Widow could be one of the most popular and beautiful strains of marijuana. People who use White Widow often say that it smells like a sophisticated mix of spices and tropical fruits.

In reality, the smell of White Widow weed is so strong that several stoners within a 300-foot radius will be able to smell it. White Widow nugs have a spicy and fruity flavor that is not unlike spiced apples or sweet peaches. If discretion is what you’re looking for, then don’t smoke this strain unless you can take measures to influence the smell.

Medical Benefits

While White Widow cannabis has been used to treat a variety of ailments, it’s mostly recommended for those who struggle with depression, severe pain, post-traumatic stress disorder, and anxiety. This strain can create a stable, positive, and calming environment for the patient.

As the high progresses, the user will feel as if their worries are melting away, being replaced with a hazy sense of well-being. A bigger, more effective dosage is normally necessary for people struggling with severe pain.

Because of this, people who use White Widow often choose to eat it, live resin, candies, etc. Cancer patients can really benefit from this strain, given how it can lessen pain and inflammation, as well as stimulate the appetite and ease the digestion process.


White Widow prefers warm weather and is easily grown by those of any experience level. Because of its native environment, this strain doesn’t tolerate humidity well, so make sure you have proper ventilation in place.

Although White Widow is naturally tolerant to most pests and diseases, the regulation of its humidity levels will make sure that there is no harmful mold growth. It has been known for a long time that this strain’s seeds do better indoors and often produce higher yields than when grown outside.

After about 8 weeks, you can expect to see an indoor yield of 18 ounces per square meter. When grown outdoors, this strain will produce a yield of approximately 21 ounces per plant!