Blue Widow Genetics
Blue Widow by Dinafem, also known as Berry White or Blue Venom, is an indica-dominant hybrid with famous parents. A cross between two legendary 90’s and 70’s strains, White Widow and Blueberry, Blue Widow promises strong effects, sweet flavors, and big harvests.
Blue Widow Effects
Blue Widow stimulates the mind with its cerebral-focused effects. Some find these sensations mildly psychedelic. This initial head rush mellows in to a relaxing, physically calming high. These feelings can be pleasantly long-lasting and very therapeutic.
Blue Widow Terpene Profile
Blue Widow offers a pungent and earthy aroma and a powerfully sweet berry aftertaste. This fruitiness and classic earthy depth gives Blue Widow a unique sweet and sour taste.
Medical Benefits Blue Widow
Ongoing research has found that in higher doses THC may help with Glaucoma, by reducing pressure in the eye. THC and CBD have also been found to have pain-relieving qualities that are thought to amplify when the cannabinoids work together. Meanwhile, CBD is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Considering this, this high THC, moderate CBD strain may be somewhat useful for relieving pain and inflammation often experienced with joint pain, arthritis, headaches and migraines.
How to Grow Blue Widow
Blue Widow develops uniformly and usually reaches a medium height. It is very easy to grow and also provides a considerable yield in the process, thus making it a fantastic strain for experienced and inexperienced growers alike. If this plant is grown outdoors, expect to harvest during early-mid October. Another treat of growing it outdoors is that it may generate dark violet leaves depending on the night temperature. Indoors, Blue Widow can have a short flowering time of around 7-8 weeks.