This strain quickly moved to our permanent collection due to its massive popularity. The strain has remained popular ever since and is our current top seller. It is a poly-hybrid, which means that from the same F1 cross, two populations were selected and stabilized separately for several generations. The result is an amazing hybrid with the high yield and skunky taste of the Big bud genetics. The powerful effect and smell originate from the White Widow genes.
WW x BB responds very well to all popular Indoor growing methods, comprising soil, hydroponics, SOG, SCROG and Deep Water Culture. It is easy to grow and offer new growers the opportunity to make a few mistakes while becoming a green thumb. You can expect enormous resin production from the huge, tight buds. The super compact bud structure is the reason why WW x BB is not recommended for outdoors where there is high humidity in the latter stage of flowering as it is highly susceptible to mold. WW x BB provides a superior yield and are capable of producing yields up to 550 g. This strain develops a strong, pungent smell during its flowering stage making good air flow and filtration necessary when growing Indoors. The end product boasts a very generous THC content and produces relaxing yet functional high that is purely mellow – no anxiety or paranoia.
Didn't look too frosty, and upon first vape of 1/3 gram, 20 minute delay before feeling anything much (a record). Then it decided to go straight to my head with a 0-10 in seconds (not my preference). Had to walk that super-high off for a while, but after an hour it moved to the body and was perfect (much prefer the White Widow side of this). I suggest 1/5 gram because it sneaks up on you then wham! It settles in very nicely and the kicker is it lasted for 3.5 hours (another record, and yes I did time it with a clock) before I just gave up and went to bed. This high lasts forever, and eventually gets mellow (not very chatty, which is the difference between the White Widow and something like a Northern Lights). Not the best for insomnia, if that is your goal, but otherwise great once the Indica side of it takes ahold and never lets go. product-review-actions#upvote" data-target="product-review-actions.upvoteButton" data-url="/products/reviews/1873350/vote">Helpful 0 product-review-actions#report" data-url="/products/reviews/1873350/flag"> Report Reported. I didnt have any herms on the 5 that I popped, grew in SCROG, but I suppose it depends on the breeder and true genetics of the seed. product-review-actions#upvote" data-target="product-review-actions.upvoteButton" data-url="/products/reviews/1637274/vote">Helpful 0 product-review-actions#report" data-url="/products/reviews/1637274/flag"> Report Reported. grew it got 5 hermaphrodites it's more like 10wks it's a nice buzz but stumbling across a seed mid smoke is not a pleasant taste won't be getting it again !! this is the only review of this strain from anywhere on the net. A blunt is similar to a joint , in that it is essentially a marijuana cigarette. But unlike joints, the defining feature of a blunt is that it is wrapped in a tobacco leaf paper, rather than a standard rolling paper. This feature provides many of the distinctive qualities of a blunt, including taste, smell, effect, and burn time. The defining feature of a blunt is that it is wrapped in a tobacco leaf paper. (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps) Within the cannabis community, blunts can be a bit polarizing. Some smokers are avid fans of blunts, essentially smoking nothing else, while others are turned off by the sometimes strong smells and tastes associated with the tobacco leaf wrap. Learning how to roll a perfect blunt takes practice, so if at first you don’t succeed, keep trying! To roll and smoke blunts like a pro you will need a handful of key components. Obviously, you will need your cannabis strain of choice. Since you’ll have to grind your bud before rolling your blunt, it is best to also have a reliable grinder . To keep your work space tidy, a rolling tray will also come in handy. To roll and smoke blunts like a pro you will need a handful of key components. (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps) Additionally, you will need rolling papers .
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