Black Widow

Sativa

THC: 24%

This strain lives up to its perilous name, delivering wickedly potent THC levels that top 24% in some tests. That puts Black Widow on a very short list of the strongest marijuana strains of all time. With sativa-dominant genes (sativa/indica ratio of at least 30:70), this strain provides an exceptional head high with remarkably intense euphoria, powerful happiness, deep relaxation, and a major case of the munchies. Black Widow is only recommended for patients who have been toking for a while, as its intensity can overwhelm novice users and potentially trigger panic attacks. But for those who can tolerate the venom, this strain is good for depression, physical pain, muscle spasms, headaches, and everyday stress. It's also perfect for inducing hunger in patients with wasting or eating disorders. Black Widow, surprisingly enough, isn't a descendant of the more famous White Widow; rather, they're siblings or cousins, descending from the same unknown Brazilian sativa and an indica from South India. Anticipate dry mouth and bloodshot eyes, while dizziness, headaches, and paranoia are less likely side effects. Black Widow sells well almost everywhere, but it's most popular on the legal markets in California, Colorado, Oregon, Washington State, and Michigan.

Sativa

THC: 24%

This strain lives up to its perilous name, delivering wickedly potent THC levels that top 24% in some tests. That puts Black Widow on a very short list of the strongest marijuana strains of all time. With sativa-dominant genes (sativa/indica ratio of at least 30:70), this strain provides an exceptional head high with remarkably intense euphoria, powerful happiness, deep relaxation, and a major case of the munchies. Black Widow is only recommended for patients who have been toking for a while, as its intensity can overwhelm novice users and potentially trigger panic attacks. But for those who can tolerate the venom, this strain is good for depression, physical pain, muscle spasms, headaches, and everyday stress. It's also perfect for inducing hunger in patients with wasting or eating disorders. Black Widow, surprisingly enough, isn't a descendant of the more famous White Widow; rather, they're siblings or cousins, descending from the same unknown Brazilian sativa and an indica from South India. Anticipate dry mouth and bloodshot eyes, while dizziness, headaches, and paranoia are less likely side effects. Black Widow sells well almost everywhere, but it's most popular on the legal markets in California, Colorado, Oregon, Washington State, and Michigan.
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I had about 4 grams of the stuff, smoked over the course of a few days with a good bubbler. The taste is great, burn this lightly with a wick or something, and the flavor will shine through. fruity and and powerful. The high was very euphoric, and relaxing. It keeps your head pretty clear too. The energy of it comes out if you move around or get excited, and can escalate quickly like the description says. The panic can be a bit hard to hold back if you don't know how to do it, so I wouldn't recommend this for newbies, but for one well aquatinted with the reefer, This is one to try for sure.


Average high doesn't last long. I like being on the moon long after the blunt gone!


Good shit bruh this hit hard


When a non-smoker trys to think about what being high feels like by using referencing what they see the in movies; they might just be referencing the high you get from the widow. Burning eyes. Hunger. Happy. Giggly. social. sleepy on the comedown. Terrible dry mouth, Depending on your circumstances, Lethargic or energizing this strain works both ways . A strain that carries all the ups of cannabis (Happy, social, pain management etc) as with lows (Hungry, tired, lethargic) but balances these qualities to near perfection.


The taste is almost indescribable. Its like a mint version of trainwreck with something more. Was a pleasure to smoke and effects were almonst instant. Was about 23% and I would say I agree. Was nice to find a high THC strain that actually has a great flavor.Its too common that I get a high THC strain that has a boring taste I'd usually rather grab something with 14% or 15% THC that taste good but it was nice this was a different story. In my opinion Weed shouldn't be judged by a number on a package it should be about the taste, smell, and effect. Because if grow right they all have some pretty great effects. And just a reminder most weed before the recreational market exsisted was between 8% and 15% and im quite positive people still got high just saying. We will lose some great strains if we keep judging by THC content instead of quality.

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