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$250.00

White Widow

(9 customer reviews)

$250.00

White Widow

Among the most famous strains worldwide is White Widow, a balanced hybrid first bred in the Netherlands by Green House Seeds. A cross between a Brazilian sativa landrace and a resin-heavy South Indian indica, White Widow has blessed every Dutch coffee shop menu since its birth in the 1990s. Its buds are white with crystal resin, warning you of the potent effects to come. White Widow A powerful burst of euphoria and energy breaks through immediately, stimulating both conversation and creativity. White Widow’s genetics have given rise to many other legends like White Russian, White Rhino, and Blue Widow. Still, many growers prefer cultivation of the original White Widow, which flowers in about 60 days indoors.

Description

White Widow Marijuana Strain Review

Strain name info:

White Widow Marijuana Strain
Our Overall Rating: 4.6 / Best known for: Parent of ‘white’ and ‘widow’ series

Positive Effects

 Marijuana White Widow strain effects

Origin / ancestry White Widow Type:

White Widow is a hybrid of the following strains:
A south Indian Indica
A south American Sativa
White Widow was bred in the Netherlands and has become popular in the United States. It is called White Widow partly in reference to the thick white coat of THC-rich trichomes which blanket the surface of the nuggets.

Aromas, Flavors

White Widow has fragrances and aromas which have been described thusly:

  • Pungent
  • Sweet
  • Floral
  • Herbal
  • Spiciness
  • Oak-wood

May Relieve

White Widow buds have a high level of THC. This makes it suitable for musculoskeletal conditions like back pain, sciatica, muscle pain, muscle spasms, and neck pain. White Widow weed is also suitable for neuropathic pain such as in fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, and peripheral neuropathy. It is highly touted for everyday stress, anxiety, depression, and chronic pain and muscle tension.

THC Content:

18% to 25%,

 Cannabis White Widow strain THC CBD

Indoor/Outdoor

Yield Indoor cultivators can expect a yield of 18 ounces per square meter. Outdoor growers can expect to take away 21 ounces per plant of resinous pot.

Flowering time

White Widow plants will flower in eight to nine weeks and be ready for a delicious harvest.

Genetic

 White Widow weed strain genetics

Harvest

White Widow plants will flower at the end of the month of October.

Disease resistance

White Widow cannabis has high disease resistance against bacteria, mites, viruses, mechanical damage, mildew, molds, and spiders.

Plant Height

White Widow marijuana is of a relatively medium height.

Type

Auto-flowering strain

Adverse effects

White Widow marijuana has few side effects. Users may experience the anticholinergic side effect of dry mouth.

Growing difficulty

Growing White Widow plants is a relatively easy task. Still, you may need basic gardening skills, including the following:
trimming,
pruning,
digging,
soil examination,
watering,
light adjustment,
pest control and others.
Marijuana White Widow

Origins, Genetics, History

White Widow Type: White Widow is a hybrid of the following strains:

  • A south Indian Indica
  • A south American Sativa

White Widow’s parents were wed in the Netherlands where this strain was bred.  It then became a popular import into the United States.  It is renowned for it’s cerebral effects and a relaxed, euphoric buzz.  This strain is meant to be enjoyed in the company of others as it improves sociability.

Appearance and Smell

The White Widow plants are of a comparatively medium height, about four to five foot tall.  The nuggets of White Widow are a dense green with orange pistils but most notably, powdered in white, pungent trichomes.  The smell is earthy, green, pine, and spiciness, revealing this to be a powerful plant full of therapeutic plant nutrients.

How to Grow White Widow Cannabis Seeds or Cuttings

Growing weed from White Widow cannabis seeds and cuttings is said to be relatively easy.  It grows well in a warm and dry environment.  Cultivation is recommended to be done indoors so that temperature, lighting, and humidity, can be tightly controlled.  However, it also grows well outdoors.  Extra nutrients can be added to the soil with a fertilizer like Flower Power to increase yields.

Indoors, cultivators can expect these plants to flower in eight to nine weeks.  These plants will yield about 18 ounces of powerful Indica weed per square meter of space.

Outdoors, White Widow will produce a yield of 21 ounces per plant of frosty, trichome rich cannabis.

Medicinal Marijuana Review

White Widow medical cannabis has THC levels as high as 25 percent.  This means that it contains a powerful non-addictive pain reliever.  It can face down various types of musculoskeletal pain.  This can include back pain, sciatica, neck pain, foot pain, muscle cramps, muscle spasms, and leg cramps.  Being an Indica, White Widow pain relief can be expected to last 3 to 4 hours or more per dosing.

White Widow weed with its heavy trichomes, can be used for neuropathic pain.  This kind of pain results from damage to the nerves that send pain signals to the brain.  They can be damaged physically, by autoimmune disease, or by diabetes.  The pain from these conditions can be reduced by White Widow medicinal cannabis.  These conditions include fibromyalgia, shingles, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Phantom Limb Pain, and peripheral neuropathy.

White Widow, being an Indica with a high THC level, is a good way to treat nausea.  Nausea can be caused by chemotherapy and radiation treatments to treat cancer.  It can also be a symptom of dysautonomia and myriad other disorders.  White Widow cannabis can get rid of nausea of many causes.

White Widow can also improve appetite.  Improvement of appetite can be indispensable to those with illnesses such as cancer who find themselves unable to eat and wasting away.  Those with HIV and anorexia can find their appetites resurrected.  This will allow them to put on weight and regain their health.

White Widow can also be used to counter insomnia.  Being a strong Indica, when used during the later hours, it will lull you to sleep and keep you there throughout the night.

White Widow Weed Price

Vendor: Wild West Emporium
Portland, Oregon, USA
Strain name: White Widow
Gram – $ 8 USD
Two Grams – $ 25 USD
Eighth – $ 24
Quarter – $ 48 USD
Half – $ 95 USD
Vendor: Stone Age Farmacy – Beaverton
Portland, Oregon, USA
Strain name: White Widow
Gram – $ 10 USD
Eighth – $ 32 USD
Quarter – $ 60 USD
Half – $ 110 USD
Ounce – $ 210 USD

Effects

White Widow has a balance of Indica and Sativa effects which make it a great social performance enhancer.  The initial hit is smooth and piney.  As the effects take hold there is a cerebral rush which is particularly social.  It will make you want to be with and talk to others, get your point across, and explore interesting topics.  You will feel a pleasant bodily euphoria creeping through your body, eliminating aches, pain, and tension.  The body will feel expanded and relaxed.  The mind will be in a state of relaxed euphoria.

White Widow can be a great way to enjoy the company of a romantic partner more fully.  It will give you an ease of speech and affection.  You will be on the same wavelength and better able to express love and affection due to feeling comfortable and in tune.  Physical sensations will be amplified and your sense of empathy improved.

White Widow can be a perfect companion for gatherings like parties and dinners, occasions where food will also be plentiful, as it will improve your appetite for food and for socializing.  You will be able to lose yourself in the music.  This weed will increase your appreciation for music whether you are listening to music or creating music.  You will be able to hear things in the music which otherwise go unnoticed and be able to manipulate rhythm and tempo with greater insight and creativity than usual.

White Widow weed provides a perfect means of winding down after a long and productive day.  However, it won’t drain your tank and give you couch lock.  Instead it’s like a refill.  You will have a bit of a clean slate of energy and patience to spend as you wish.  You can choose to drift off into sleep or meditation, or to work on a waiting creative project that you’ve been overlooking for some time.  This weed will dissolve the fatigue, aches, and pains that prevent you from spending your time working on the things which are important to you and just plopping down and zoning out after work.

Description

Called “white” due to its heavy resin gland content as well as its tendency to not fully color up when ready to harvest, White Widow is known for being extremely potent.  A solid producer of connoisseur-quality nugs, it has been popular in Amsterdam coffee shops for many years and has been used in many breeding projects to increase the potency and vigor of other strains.  While not an outstanding yielder, it stays relatively short and compact, making it a good choice for home grows.  The males are said to be best for breeding because the females are not known for their smell and taste… the male will often lend the potency and trichomes of the strain while retaining the flavor terpenes of the chosen mother plant.

Lineage

Brazilian sativa combined with a South Indian hybrid

Story

Developed in 1994 by Green House Seeds/Coffeeshop in Amsterdam, White Widow has gone on to win prizes and become one of the most popular and notorious strains in the world.  After the split of Shantibaba (and later, Neville Schoenmaker and Howard Marks) from Green House Seeds, they formed Mr. Nice Seedbank and re-created the strain from the original parent genetics, re-naming it “Black Widow,” as they lost the rights to the original name.  Many people prefer the Black Widow to the current Green House version.

Aroma

A blend of fruit and musky, putrid qualities — it hints at its potency with the smell, which has more of a bite to it than many fruity-smelling strains.  At times, it’s all lemons and hashiness, depends a bit on the phenotype.

Flavor

Often times neutral or even hashy due to the high trichome count, the strain sometimes has a citrusy, flowery finish, but is not known for being all that flavorful in general.

Qualities

Cerebral and uplifting, this strain is powerful and consistent.  Though White Widow keeps you mentally active and positive, it often comes with a strong couchlock tendency, especially later in the duration.  If harvested late, this strain can be especially narcotic for a sativa and can make a mid-day nap a necessity.

Grow Medium

Indoor is best for this strain and it flowers more quickly than when grown outdoors — Shantibaba recommends to keep the moisture level low to prevent mildew and to keep the fertilization schedule fairly light as well to let the flavors come out.

Those who regularly consume White Widow marijuana have described its aroma as ‘skunkily pungent,’ with a sophisticated hint of hempy spice and exotic equatorial berry. In fact, the aroma of White Widow marijuana is so dynamic that most any stoner could probably sense its presence within a range of about 300 square yards. And rumor has it that Michael Phelps can even smell it underwater if someone cracks open a jar within about 200 ft of him.

With this in mind, if you are planning on consuming White Widow with discretion, this is probably not the strain to experiment with – unless you take extra preventative measures to keep the stinky scent under wraps (smoke outside, eat an edible, use air filters, or spritz a scented air spray to help kill the smell).

| White Widow’s skunky bouquet of odor is so vigorous, we wouldn’t be surprised if Michael Phelps could detect its presence while underwater.

 

Sometimes, certain batches of White Widow express a particularly fruity or spicy taste, feeling as if you have just bitten into a ripe peach or juicy apple, mixed in with spice like nutmeg or cinnamon.

Appearance-wise, White Widow weed is laden with frosty, bright crystals that glisten and gleam the minute any source of light hits the nuggets. Underneath that snow-covered first blanketed layer, however, glimpses can be seen of fat sage-green buds stacked up together in tall colas, ready to be cut apart and trimmed down for the world’s best smoke.

Additionally, the presence of long bright orange pistil hairs reach straight up to the heavens, curling on their way and joining the lengthy dark green water leaves that express an ombre-like color gradient in their appearance, making them rather delightful aesthetically. In our opinion, there really is not a more attractive or visually appealing marijuana strain than White Widow.

White Widow Strain Review: Grow Info

White Widow is a hearty ‘survivor strain,’ which makes it a suitable option for any individual who has at least some experience with growing cannabis — even if this experience is sparse.

White Widow weed is fairly resistant to molds, bugs, and even colder climates, which is why – when cultivated properly – it can grow successfully without too much fuss (as long as the basic conditions and needs of the strain are being met).

| White Widow was originally bred to be grown indoors, but those who are blessed with sunny climates may successfully cultivate the frosty strain outdoors.

 

White Widow’s flowering period is around 8 weeks, but it can usually be grown for two more weeks in order to obtain the snow-capped frosty look that is so often attached to this strain.

If you are choosing to extend the flowering process to 10 weeks instead of 8, however, it is vital to induce a bit of stress into your girls by shortening your light cycle from 12 hours daily down to 8 hours. This will keep anything drastic from happening to your plants during the two extra weeks, and will generate plenty of accumulated frost so you can get the appearance you desire from your crops.

You can look forward to your White Widow growing to about two feet tall indoors, with much greater (yet varying) heights for outside production.

Also, it’s worth pointing out that when grown indoors, it is possible to successfully use the Sea of Green method alongside your usual cultivation process. And be advised that White Widow typically flourishes in a hydroponics system, soil growth, or any other indoor technique.

A typical indoor yield is around 20-24 ounces per meter squared, which is pretty average in relation to other marijuana strains. If you are brave enough to take on the challenge of cultivating your White Widow outdoors, make sure to attempt to provide your strain with as warm of weather as possible, typically in the 65-80 degree Fahrenheit range, with more than enough direct sunlight.

Although White Widow weed is known for being somewhat resistant to colder climates, you don’t want to keep the plants in the cold too long, as you may risk your hard work going to waste. An outdoor grown White Widow weed plant typically yields around 21-25 ounces of flower per plant, with the crop itself growing up to 6 feet in height – occasionally even taller. Harvest is usually in the end of October for White Widow, unless you are choosing the extended method of flowering.

Overall, growing White Widow marijuana is fairly easy, and even suitable for complete beginners if they are experimenting with the cultivation of just one plant in a closet or backyard. As long as you treat your White Widow well and give it the proper care, you should have some decent-tasting cannabis in the end.

White Widow Cannabis Effects

 

THC percentage wise, White Widow tops out at a stunning 20-25% level, making it one of the strongest and most potent cannabis strains in the world alongside heavy hitters like Afghan Kush and AK-47.

The White Widow strain leaves you feeling energized yet relaxed, in a state of complete euphoria that will allow you to function regularly – just with a slightly more positive overall energy.

| Due to high levels of resin and trichome production (and therefore THC), the effects of White Widow are just as stunning as the cannabinoid profile suggests.

 

Expect your mind to become stimulated by these refreshing and invigorating buds, which often enhance creative energy and cause conversation and communication to flow naturally and with a simplicity that you may not experience in your normal day-to-day life.

White Widow weed is an ideal choice for those seeking pot that will not cause them tiredness, lethargy, or lack of energy (like indicas so often can), but rather a quintessentially happy, balanced medium that exists somewhere between relaxed and hyper-aware.

Medical Benefits of White Widow Cannabis

 

Although White Widow marijuana has been explored for use with numerous medicinal conditions in the past, the most notorious relief this healing strain seems to provide is for individuals that suffer from:

For those handling psychological conditions (depression, anxiety, stress, PTSD), a small to average-sized dose of this cannabis strain is probably best, as over-consuming marijuana when dealing with a mental condition can sometimes lead to greater paranoia and anxiety.

It’s vital in this circumstance to understand and know your limits well with cannabis, and stick by those levels so you don’t end up in a worse position. For those dealing with the menaces of chronic pain, a larger, more potent dose is usually in order. This is why consuming edibles, concentrates, live resin, candies, or fatter-than-usual bowls are the go-to methods for people who use WW as a daily medicine.

Possible Side Effects of White Widow Marijuana

The most frequently-documented side effects by those who consume White Widow weed is – surprise, surprise – dry mouth. Of course, this can be resolved by drinking plenty of hydrating fluids, and always having an extra supply nearby you before, during, and after your high.

Occasionally WW users will report dry eyes as well, but this is less regular than dry mouth. For dry eyes, affordably-priced moisturizing eye drops can be purchased beforehand from any local drugstore, and applied whenever you feel they are necessary (or when somebody says you look like you got shot in the face with an entire bottle of bear spray.

White Widow Strain Review: Final Thoughts

 

We hope you have enjoyed reading this White Widow strain review, and that you not only found it to be thoroughly entertaining, but also educational and informative. This is truly one of the most iconic indicas of all time, and if you’re passionate about marijuana use (either recreationally or medically), it is absolutely, positively, a must-try.

And fortunately, due to increased demand you can usually find high-quality genetic strains of White Widow cannabis in just about any top-shelf marijuana dispensary in the U.S. – particularly those in West Coast states like California, Washington, and Oregon.

Thanks for tuning in to our White Widow marijuana strain review, and as always, stay healthy — and stay green!

If there is any one marijuana strain whose name has been thrown around for two decades all over the world, and people still aren’t tired of hearing about it, that would be White Widow.

In fact, it’s pretty obvious why the White Widow strain is the one that ‘cannaisseurs,’ beginning cannabis enthusiasts, MMJ patients, and stoners just can’t stop buzzing about. Really, if it wasn’t for our worthy and trusted White Widow, other out-of-this-world flowers such as White Russian, Blue Widow, and Black Widow would not even exist.

White Widow is a euphoric, downright stimulating strain, making any reality you might be living in totally and completely enhanced — in a positive way.

In our humble opinion, the trichome-laden White Widow cannabis strain is one we should all be thanking for making the pot-smoking world a better place – a place filled with good vibes, good times, and potent medicinal highs.

White Widow Strain Review: The Basics

recognized as one of the most popular marijuana strains in the world, White Widow cannabis is classified genetically as a hybrid with a slight indica dominance. Realistically, the strain mostly it emits a fine balance between sativa and indica, with a roughly 60% indica and 40% sativa profile.

Even if indica genetics might technically dominate White Widow’s makeup, however, its effects surely don’t represent your typical indica characteristics, with a high that does anything but make you tired, couch-locked, or lethargic.

| The unique high from White Widow is typically upbeat and mesmerizing, and will relax your body without causing your mind to want to fall asleep.

This beautiful girl was originally bred by Green House Seeds in the Netherlands during the 1990s, and soon after developed into a European favorite – highlighting almost every menu across the countless number of Amsterdam coffeeshops.

White Widow’s parent

White Widow’s parent plants give a clear explanation of why this strain has such a balanced energy, originally descending from heirloom breeds of South American (sativa) and South Indian (indica) heritage.

With both parents being categorized as landrace strains, it’s probably pretty obvious that White Widow turned out to become a highly potent and genetically-desirable strain, with understandably hard-hitting effects in terms of strength and therapeutic effectiveness.

And of course, the White Widow cannabis strain has become legendary for its immense resin production, as it routinely clocks in with THC leves in the 20-25% range — all adding up to produce a vibrant flower that offers a host of legitimate medicinal benefits.

In every sense of the word, White Widow weed might just be qualified to assume the status of a “perfect” marijuana strain — or at least as close to perfect as earthly possible. In the pothead’s eyes, it doesn’t really get much better than WW.

White Widow Review: Aroma, Flavor, and Appearance

Those who regularly consume White Widow marijuana have described its aroma as ‘skunkily pungent,’ with a sophisticated hint of hempy spice and exotic equatorial berry. In fact, the aroma of White Widow marijuana is so dynamic that most any stoner could probably sense its presence within a range of about 300 square yards. And rumor has it that Michael Phelps can even smell it underwater if someone cracks open a jar within about 200 ft of him.

With this in mind, if you are planning on consuming White Widow with discretion, this is probably not the strain to experiment with – unless you take extra preventative measures to keep the stinky scent under wraps (smoke outside, eat an edible, use air filters, or spritz a scented air spray to help kill the smell).

| White Widow’s skunky bouquet of odor is so vigorous, we wouldn’t be surprised if Michael Phelps could detect its presence while underwater.

White Widow express

Sometimes, certain batches of White Widow express a particularly fruity or spicy taste, feeling as if you have just bitten into a ripe peach or juicy apple, mixed in with spice like nutmeg or cinnamon.

Appearance-wise, White Widow weed is laden with frosty, bright crystals that glisten and gleam the minute any source of light hits the nuggets. Underneath that snow-covered first blanketed layer, however, glimpses can be seen of fat sage-green buds stacked up together in tall colas, ready to be cut apart and trimmed down for the world’s best smoke.

Additionally, the presence of long bright orange pistil hairs reach straight up to the heavens, curling on their way and joining the lengthy dark green water leaves that express an ombre-like color gradient in their appearance, making them rather delightful aesthetically. In our opinion, there really is not a more attractive or visually appealing marijuana strain than White Widow.

White Widow Strain Review: Grow Info

White Widow is a hearty ‘survivor strain,’ which makes it a suitable option for any individual who has at least some experience with growing cannabis — even if this experience is sparse.

White Widow weed is fairly resistant to molds, bugs, and even colder climates, which is why – when cultivated properly – it can grow successfully without too much fuss (as long as the basic conditions and needs of the strain are being met).

White Widow was originally

| White Widow was originally bred to be grown indoors, but those who are blessed with sunny climates may successfully cultivate the frosty strain outdoors.

White Widow’s flowering period is around 8 weeks, but it can usually be grown for two more weeks in order to obtain the snow-capped frosty look that is so often attached to this strain.

If you are choosing to extend the flowering process to 10 weeks instead of 8, however, it is vital to induce a bit of stress into your girls by shortening your light cycle from 12 hours daily down to 8 hours. This will keep anything drastic from happening to your plants during the two extra weeks, and will generate plenty of accumulated frost so you can get the appearance you desire from your crops.

You can look forward

You can look forward to your White Widow growing to about two feet tall indoors, with much greater (yet varying) heights for outside production.

Also, it’s worth pointing out that when grown indoors, it is possible to successfully use the Sea of Green method alongside your usual cultivation process. And be advised that White Widow typically flourishes in a hydroponics system, soil growth, or any other indoor technique.

A typical indoor yield is around 20-24 ounces per meter squared, which is pretty average in relation to other marijuana strains. If you are brave enough to take on the challenge of cultivating your White Widow outdoors, make sure to attempt to provide your strain with as warm of weather as possible, typically in the 65-80 degree Fahrenheit range, with more than enough direct sunlight.

White Widow weed

Although White Widow weed is known for being somewhat resistant to colder climates, you don’t want to keep the plants in the cold too long, as you may risk your hard work going to waste. An outdoor grown White Widow weed plant typically yields around 21-25 ounces of flower per plant, with the crop itself growing up to 6 feet in height – occasionally even taller. Harvest is usually in the end of October for White Widow, unless you are choosing the extended method of flowering.

Overall, growing White Widow marijuana is fairly easy, and even suitable for complete beginners if they are experimenting with the cultivation of just one plant in a closet or backyard. As long as you treat your White Widow well and give it the proper care, you should have some decent-tasting cannabis in the end.

White Widow Cannabis Effects

THC percentage wise, White Widow tops out at a stunning 20-25% level, making it one of the strongest and most potent cannabis strains in the world alongside heavy hitters like Afghan Kush and AK-47.

The White Widow strain leaves you feeling energized yet relaxed, in a state of complete euphoria that will allow you to function regularly – just with a slightly more positive overall energy.

| Due to high levels of resin and trichome production (and therefore THC), the effects of White Widow are just as stunning as the cannabinoid profile suggests.

Expect your mind to become stimulated by these refreshing and invigorating buds, which often enhance creative energy and cause conversation and communication to flow naturally and with a simplicity that you may not experience in your normal day-to-day life.

White Widow weed is an ideal choice for those seeking pot that will not cause them tiredness, lethargy, or lack of energy (like indicas so often can), but rather a quintessentially happy, balanced medium that exists somewhere between relaxed and hyper-aware.

Medical Benefits of White Widow Cannabis

Although White Widow marijuana has been explored for use with numerous medicinal conditions in the past, the most notorious relief this healing strain seems to provide is for individuals that suffer from:

Depression
Anxiety
Stress
PTSD
Chronic pain
For those handling psychological conditions (depression, anxiety, stress, PTSD), a small to average-sized dose of this cannabis strain is probably best, as over-consuming marijuana when dealing with a mental condition can sometimes lead to greater paranoia and anxiety.

It’s vital in this circumstance to understand and know your limits well with cannabis, and stick by those levels so you don’t end up in a worse position. For those dealing with the menaces of chronic pain, a larger, more potent dose is usually in order. This is why consuming edibles, concentrates, live resin, candies, or fatter-than-usual bowls are the go-to methods for people who use WW as a daily medicine.

Possible Side Effects of White Widow Marijuana

The most frequently-documented side effects by those who consume White Widow weed is – surprise, surprise – dry mouth. Of course, this can be resolved by drinking plenty of hydrating fluids, and always having an extra supply nearby you before, during, and after your high.

Occasionally WW users will report dry eyes as well, but this is less regular than dry mouth. For dry eyes, affordably-priced moisturizing eye drops can be purchased beforehand from any local drugstore, and applied whenever you feel they are necessary (or when somebody says you look like you got shot in the face with an entire bottle of bear spray.

White Widow Strain Review: Final Thoughts

We hope you have enjoyed reading this White Widow strain review, and that you not only found it to be thoroughly entertaining, but also educational and informative. This is truly one of the most iconic indicas of all time, and if you’re passionate about marijuana use (either recreationally or medically), it is absolutely, positively, a must-try.

And fortunately, due to increased demand you can usually find high-quality genetic strains of White Widow cannabis in just about any top-shelf marijuana dispensary in the U.S. – particularly those in West Coast states like California, Washington, and Oregon.

Thanks for tuning in to our White Widow marijuana strain review, and as always, stay healthy — and stay green!

9 reviews for White Widow

  1. Charles H. Robinson

    Good prices and great quality flowers if your ordering give them a try
    White Widow

  2. Guillermo Sanchez

    I’m 65 years old and started smoking pot in the 60’s.White widow is by far the best I’ve ever smoked. I smoke a pipe as not to let any of the smoke go to waste.
    kush arena has always been my plug. they always deliver and they got my back

  3. Herman K. Youmans

    Kush Arena’s White Widow is by far the BEST medical pot I’ve had! Now I’m going crazy trying to find more of this one as it’s Indica dominant. Great for severe migranes, anxiety and insomnia big time – you want to SLEEP? Here’s your baby!! Nice & smooth with a touch of sting. **Love it!!**
    (ditto) my package got delivered as usual. thank you fam.

  4. Arlene R. Deane

    Milner- OMG, thank you so much!!
    i just recieved my package.
    Your White Widow really is AWESOME!!

  5. Alan R. Fong

    I’ve been wanting to try W.W. for a long time. I am wondering what other strains are similar to Purple Haze.
    Kush Arena just satisfied my anxiety with the strong white widow.

  6. Ronald R. Webster

    I wanna say I tried this for first time two days oh my lord am I in love made me relax so much my anxiety was gone and most of all its both mind n body energetic love white widow.
    thank you Kush Arena for the delivery.

  7. Avery M. Viator

    i Love this bud! Great for my arthritis.. And can function during the day with a great euphoria! Awesome delivery service kush arena

  8. Maryann J. Fisher

    I’m medicating with this right now! 😉

  9. Marion R. Hixon

    Marci I know white widow comes in a lot of different strans but the white widow I was looking for is in your image #3 with all the white snow flakes if you happen to come by that very hard stran to find please keep me in mind thank you for everything your customer Veteran Steve…

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