All About White Russian Cannabis Strain
White Russian weed strain is a hybrid that combines the best features of both Indica and Sativa strains though is 100% Indica genetics. The White Russian marijuana strain was developed back in the early 90s by the Serious Seed company based in the Netherlands. The breeders crossed White Widow and AK-47 to create this cannabis.
Since then, this strain has been prevalent in coffeeshops in Amsterdam. In 1996, the strain was presented to the jury of the High Times Cannabis Cup. At times, White Russian strain CBD levels were among the highest among all the hybrid strains, and even more so, the effects of this weed were so well-balanced and perfectly rounded that the jury proclaimed it to be the best hemp in the world! The White Russian strain THC content is up to 20%, which puts it somewhere in the upper-middle potency range.
White Russian Smell and Taste
This strain smells like the legendary Skunk pot you’ve almost certainly heard of. This is a strong earthy and herbal smell you’ll sense from miles away. The smell is just mind-blowing. Nothing compares to this sweet aroma. The flavor would always depend heavily on how you smoke it. Use a pipe, and you’ll end up with an irritating and bitter taste that will almost certainly make you cough. Use a decent bong, and you’ll have a pleasant and rich taste that will bring the ultimate experience to you and your friends.
According to the consumers, White Russian strain effects include:
- Good appetite,
- Energy boost
Commonly users choose this strain to treat:
The users admit a soft onset and seamless offset that does not produce any leftover dizziness, which makes it a perfect weed for midday smokers who are up for some fun or need some energy to get through the day. As a side effect, consumers report dry mouth and eyes.
White Russian strain grows splendidly. This plant is resilient to pests and diseases, it grows with almost any fertilizers you put in there, and it is not too demanding in terms of care. Of course, you need to keep an eye on your baby plant, but it is not going to be hard. Use a hydroponics station, or just grow it in your garden if you have one, and you’ll be rewarded with some of the best trees out there.
White Russian flowering time is somewhere between 7 and 9 weeks, so shoot for this time frame. Once you see your buds ripe, big, and pungent – it’s time.