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Blue Widow Strain

Updated: Jan 30

Blue Widow is a cross strain between Blueberry and White Widow. Blue Widow is a hybrid strain (50/50) with calming and uplifting effects. The low THC contents would give you a mild high, making it great for daily use! Some terpenes found within the plant are Myrcene, Limonene, Pinene, Caryophyllene, and Linalool.

50/50 Hybrid

Blue Widow produces incredible nugs that are a bright green and filled with trichomes everywhere! Whenever you are going to break it down, it is very sticky, leaving some trichomes on your finger. After breaking down, you would get a sweet, fruity aroma and even smell a little of the blueberry!

With the low THC contents from the flower and the variety of terpenes Blue Widow has to offer, there are many great benefits! Your smaller dosage with Blue Widow could lean more toward a Sativa high, whereas the higher the dosage, you can get the sleepy effects. In the proper doses, it can help with arthritis, depression, and insomnia and relieve some stress for you. According to Leafly, the most abundant terpenes found in Blue Widow are myrcene, pinene, and terpinolene. Myrcene is one of the most common terpenes found with an earthy scent and helps as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and sedative. Pinene has a pine odor and is a bronchodilator that opens the lungs to more absorption and helps increase focus and energy.

After trying the product, it gave me more of an uplifting effect to get throughout my day and not feel drowsy! The aroma of the flower was an earthy scent to me. While smoking, the product is not as harsh when inhaling, and you can enjoy one of our pre-rolls on a nice sunny day!


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