White Widow From Budem – 8.75/10


Nose:

  • nutty like peanuts?
  • spicy & peppery
  • greasy dusty earthiness
  • almost has the kush nasal pinch
  • little bit astringent – very minimal but it’s there
  • has kind of a seaweed smell to it


Look:

  • pretty decent manicure – possibly machined
  • nice medium sized buds
  • tight, dense & springy with a little bit of stickiness when broken open
  • completely covered in trichomes – some sparkle but mostly a matte look
  • so much crystal that it gives the bud an overall white colour
  • nice contrasting orange stigmas

Roll:

  • RAW single wide paper w/ smaller filter tip used
  • sticks in grinder pretty good
  • after some poking around, busted up to good consistency
  • rolled very easily – nice & tight
  • ash is lighter grey & Very soft


Taste:

  • earthy
  • piney but with some berries
  • has a smooth creaminess to it
  • getting fairly pronounced notes of vanilla & caramel
  • really smooth smoke


High:

  • started to feel it around the middle of the J
  • this is like the same feeling of one of the lower rated weeds – amplified/surreal vision, pain killing effects & general overall nice feeling – except this is like kicked up about 50 times
  • doesn’t seem to be a couch-locker or giving energy but really just tacked a few +’s to my overall feeling
  • lasts well past 2hrs


Reviewed July 2, 2020


White Widow are chunky and somewhat conical and tapered. The bud structure of the flowers are more sativa than indica, with a loose and fluffy texture that can be broken up somewhat easily despite its stickiness. The leaves are spring green with few visible pistils.

When grown successfully, buds are entirely covered in long-stalked trichomes, lending the whitish-gray appearance that gives the strain its memorable name. White Widow is known for having a stinging, ammonia-like scent with some hints of earthy pine. Breaking buds open gives off a more hashy, incense-like odor. The smooth smoke tastes similarly earthy — users accustomed to fruity or tasty crossbreeds may be disappointed by White Widow’s relative lack of flavor. That said, White Widow is especially pungent when combusted, so smokers worried about discretion should plan accordingly.

What this strain lacks in flavor profile, it makes up for in quick-acting cerebral effects. Users can become more acutely perceptive of their surroundings, tuned into sounds and patterns that may have gone unnoticed before. Enthusiasts also describe an almost immediate uplift in mood and an energy and focus that can applied to either mundane tasks like cleaning or more complex problem-solving processes. White Widow can also be creatively valuable, inducing a kind of rapid-fire thought association that can open up some previously unexplored territory. Psychedelic effects like visual distortion and increased perception can amplify the impact of music or art, while a very mild body buzz mellows users out. Because of its deeply cerebral effects, this strain is typically more psychologically than physically helpful. It can aid those with attention deficit disorders in sustaining focus on a single topic. It can also boost energy in cases of fatigue or depression. Some users have even described White Widow as efficient in relieving migraines. Because of its potency, the introspective mind-race associated with White Widow can sometimes veer into paranoia, and smokers may want to plan dosage accordingly.

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