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Review: White Widow via Southwest Alternative Care (Denver)

Discussion in 'Marijuana Stash Box' started by weedtour, Sep 23, 2010.

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    Name: White Widow
    From: Southwest Alternative Care (Denver, CO‎)
    Type: 60I/40S Hybrid
    Price: $45/eighth

    White Widow is a classic marijuana strain notorious for its' potency. A product of Dutch breeding, it won Best Overall Strain in the 1995 Cannabis Cup. This sample was provided by Southwest Alternative Care, located in Denver. These buds are a perfect exemplification of the traits that White Widow was bred for. They are covered in well-defined, snow-white trichomes and are composed of dense clusters of calyxes. You can tell from the above photo why the strain has its' name. The most defining characteristic of this strain is the strength of its' effects. Wow, these buds are strong. Not only are they strong, but the effects last for quite some time, even with a high tolerance. While White Widow is an indica dominant hybrid, with such a high THC content the high leans more to the Sativa side. These plants were grown well and definitely left to mature for the appropriate amount of time before harvesting. They were trimmed tight, which is great for White Widow. Some people leave some of the leafs on the buds since they usually will still have some trichs on them, but that takes away from the flavor. The buds smoked down well, indicating a proper drying/curing process. The smoke itself was smooth considering its' potency and the taste was full-bodied and balanced. I would recommend this strain to patients in pain because of it's strength, duration, and clean high; a truly medical strain. I also look forward to trying Southwest Alternative Care‘s Violator Kush, so keep an eye out for a future review.

    Thanks for reading our review,

    If you have had this same strain we would love for you to chime in on the conversation!

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