It is almost impossible that you have never heard of White Widow before. White Widow is one of the most famous and legendary cannabis strains in the world. The Sativa-dominant hybrid is loved for its resin production and powerful activating effects.

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White Widow was made by Dutch cannabis cultivators in the 1990s. Originally it is a cross between a Brazilian Indica landrace strain and a South Indian Sativa landrace strain. At that time, the cannabis market consisted mainly of hybrids such as Northern Lights and Haze, but White Widow took its place next to these legendary strains.

White Widow is loved for its resin production and powerful activating effects.

White Widow became popular after winning the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1995 and has received several awards since then. The weed strain is very much appreciated for its high content of trichomes. For that reason, White Widow is often used for hash.

If the White Widow plant is successfully grown, the buds will be completely covered with long-stemmed trichomes.

White Widow contains an average of 20% THC, with some phenotypes amply exceeding that amount. The plant has sturdy buds and the structure is more Sativa than Indica. The buds have a somewhat loose and fluffy texture that is quite sticky but can nevertheless easily be broken.

If the White Widow plant is successfully grown, the buds will be completely covered with long-stemmed trichomes. This highlights the whitish-gray that White Widow owes its name to.

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