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blue widow seeds

It´s effect it will knock you out. It is a great choice for a SCROG.

  • Flowering period: 50-55 days.
  • Harvest outdoors: Until 10th October
  • T.H.C: High (12%-16%)
  • C.B.D: Medium
  • Production: High
  • Height outdoors: Can reach 3m Blend: Indica-Sativa, with Indica dominance
  • Genotype: Blueberry x White Widow

Feminized cannabis seeds Blue Widow by Dinafem

Blue Widow Strain Quick Facts Genetic Lineage Blueberry x White Widow Sativa / Indica Ratio 50/50 THC % 12% to 17% CBD % 0.3% Climate Warm climate Flowering Period 8 to 9 weeks / Late September to early October Average Yield 500 g/m2 / 1000 g/plant

Odor and Flavors

Like walking through a candy aisle, Blue Widow permeates a mix of sweet and sour fragrance. It’s quite intense, but the subtle hint of pine adds a deeper bite to its profile. Ripe and refreshing, the aroma alone is enough to convince users to grab a bag and stash it for days to come.

Once lit, the smoke is smooth and bursts in a fuller flavor of freshly-picked blueberries. An enjoyable herb for the kitchen, a dash or two of this will serve as an excellent component for edibles.

Effects

Extremists might not get a thrill out of this light strain, but its moderate potency is excellent for novice-users or those with low tolerance. Add that up with a berry bubblegum flavor, the result is a feast for the senses.

The onset begins with a cerebral boost that clears the head and lifts users in a gentle high. By putting people in a positive mood, it brings fits of giggles. And, that makes it suitable for use in a social gathering for a chill hangout after-work. This replaces the sour taste in the mouth from surviving a stressful day, ending the evening on a sweeter note.

As the high progress, the Indica traits kick in with a subtle sedating buzz encompassing the body. It spreads a warm feeling, almost similar to taking a hot, evening bath, and soon enough the muscles start to wind down.

Blue Widow, packing an average THC content of 12% to 17%, is not enough to knock users out to the couch, allowing more time to enjoy this relaxing high before drifting off to sleep. But when the dosage is too high, even this can cause the body and mind to sink.

Adverse Reactions

Due to Blue Widow’s soothing effects, its adverse effects tend to be mild, but ever present. Users may feel parched with dry mouth and eyes, so having refreshments within an arm’s reach are recommended to alleviate this slight discomfort.

Though its THC volume leans more on average, biting off more than one can chew can induce anxiety. It could also cause some people to feel paranoid. As such, users should take it slow during a session.

Medical Use and Benefits

Great for the social introvert as well as perfect for those in need of a mental or physical reprieve, Blue Widow is a tasty alternative to prescription medication. Not to mention, it is also more enjoyable.

As it doesn’t pack a devastating punch, beginners may find it easier to adjust to the effects of cannabis and ease into its gratifying experience.

Blue Widow stimulates happy hormones and successfully uplifts the mood throughout the day. Chronic stress can be reduced and replaced with euphoria, and a racing mind is calmed. As such, this dessert-like ganja acts like food for thought as it eases long-sufferers of depression.

Blue Widow also has analgesic qualities that can numb the limbs and relieve joint pain, and cramps. As mentioned, building up the dosage produces a sedative reaction that brings even insomniacs to sleep without the need to count sheep.

Growing Blue Widow

Blue Widow doesn’t demand too much feeding as long as it’s nested in its preferred environment. Though it can do reasonably well either indoors or outdoors, it can reach its full potential under a hot and temperate climate likened to Mediterranean skies.

Indoors, it shoots upward and grows to about 200 cm in height with a flowering time of 8 to 9 weeks. Once ready, it yields about 500 grams per square meter. On the other hand, it can be harvested at the start of October if cultivated outdoors. Growers can expect an impressive yield of 1000 grams per plant.

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