White Widow Cannabis Strain Review

WHITE WIDOW CANNABIS STRAIN REVIEW

White Widow is a hybrid.
It is a balanced cross between the Brazilian sativa landrace and a resin-heavy South Indian indica .
THC content has been measured at between 18% and 25%.

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This strain is good for:

  • Pain relief
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Fatigue

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Reviewer: The Disabled Diva

Chronic illnesses include, but are not limited to fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, psoriasis, degenerative disc disease, coccydynia, and costochondritis. Please keep in mind that in addition to cannabis, she also addresses chronic pain with other natural products and PEMF therapy with Oska Pulse.

Concentrate

To test this strain, I have medicated solely with it for the 5 days. The brand I purchased and medicated with was FlavRX.

I call this working weed.  That is because it is a strain that reduces my pain just enough to allow me to function both physically and mentally.

By consuming this strain as a concentrate I am easily able to control my dosages.  One or four puffs is just enough to take the edge off of muscle and joint pain while freeing my brain from the stress of pain allowing it to think. Over four is excellent for pain relief and once I get past the initial high, my creative juices begin flowing and I can spend hours writing and coming up with new ideas for all aspects of my business.


This strain provides a creative high, one that produces many different ideas and thoughts. But the difference between this strain and others that overwhelm my brain with thoughts is that with White Widow I am able to focus on one at a time, whereas with other sativa heavy strains my brain can’t keep up with the whirlwind of thoughts.

This strain leaves me feeling upbeat, gets my creative juices going (great for writers, artists, musicians, etc.), increases my productivity, and addresses pain from muscles, joints, and nerves.

This strain does nothing for the pain I experience from abdominal adhesions that .  However, it does relieve nausea.

Vaping results in feeling the effects within 15 minutes.  Once the initial high subsides, I can usually count on the effects of pain relief and focus to last for 3-4 hours.

This strain does NOT help me sleep.

Scorecard 1-5, five being the best.

  • Muscle Relaxation:   3
  • Anxiety:                  5
  • Insomnia:               1
  • Depression:            5
  • Pain:                      4
  • Creativity:               5
  • Focus:                    5
  • Relaxation              3 for body relaxation, 2 for mental.
  • Sedation               1
  • Euphoria:               3

Flower

Review not available yet
I will compare when I find it and will publish other’s results when submitted.

Reviews are based on each person’s personal experience and are not to be mistaken for or used as medical advice.

If you have tried this strain in either flower or concentrate form, or have medicated with it in a different manner or even the same, would you be willing to share your thoughts?  Comment with your review below or remain anonymous by emailing your review to HallowedBeThyHerbs@gmail.com

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