White Russian Feminized Strain overview
Are you looking for a versatile cannabis strain that gives an irresistible punch and is easy to grow? If you answered “yes,” try out the White Russian feminized cannabis. Since its development in the 90s, White Russian feminized marijuana has been bagging prize after prize. It is a winner of the 1996 High Times Cannabis Cup, 1997 Cup for Biograss, 2005 El Punto Cup for indoor weed, and 2013 runners-up for extras during the Highlife Cup.
This is the right strain to try out if you revere the pungent smell and taste. It packs a considerable THC and has an irresistible visual appearance. Here is everything you need to know about the highly sought White Russian feminized strain.
What is the origin and genetic composition of the White Russian feminized strain?
The White Russian feminized marijuana was developed by crossing two legendary strains; AK 47 and White Widow. The flavor and aroma can easily be traced to the AK47, while the potency is attributed to the White Widow. This Indica-dominant strain contains 20% THC and 0.6% CBD on average.
When grown indoors under controlled conditions, White Russian feminized cannabis attains a 60cm height and 90 when grown outdoors. You can tell the strain apart due to its heavy buds, which are coated with a heavy layer of resin. Another notable feature of this strain is its pale green leaves, which grow darker as the plants mature.
What are the effects of White Russian feminized strain?
After a few hits of the White Russian blunt, you get an instant head rush. The high induced by this strain leaves your brain clear and more focused. The Sativa-induced high lasts for a short period and is gradually subdued by the Indica-induced high.
At first, you will feel a tingly sensation, starting from the tip of the head and moving to the rest of your body gradually. The relaxation and calm provided last for hours. White Russian is your ideal afternoon or evening companion that will help with winding down in style.
Can the White Russian feminized strain be used medically?
Yes. The White Russian feminized cannabis is essential for managing inflammation and chronic pain. These features make the strain ideal for managing arthritis, menstrual cramps, muscle strain, and migraines.
Additionally, the calming and mood-boosting effects of this cannabis strain make it effective for managing anxiety, stress, and depression. The muscle-relaxing properties help with pains, aches, tension, and fatigue.
What does the White Russian feminized strain smell and taste like?
White Russian feminized cannabis is highly pungent. Freshly treated White Russian feminized buds produce an intense, dank earthy aroma with sweet citrusy notes. When you crush these buds, the aroma intensifies with an extra woody and spicy undertone. Upon combustion, the buds produce a skunk aroma which lasts long after the toking session.
On the inhale, your tongue gets a lemon taste with earthy undertones. As the smoke goes down to the lungs, you also get an incredible woody note. On exhalation, the taste buds remain with a citrusy flavor and earthy undertones.
How to cultivate White Russian feminized seeds
The White Russian feminized seeds are highly revered for their ease in germination and the plant’s ease in growing. Although the strain can thrive both indoors and outdoors, it is recommended that cultivators use the Sea of Green technique to save on space and maintenance costs.
When growing the strain indoors, you should use powerful LED lights to keep the light penetration at optimal levels. To counter the extra heat produced by the grow lights, it is also advisable to use a fan. The ideal temperature range for growing this strain is 19 to 26 degrees Celsius.
When cultivating this weed outdoors, it is advisable to do so at the onset of summer for optimal light penetration. It would be best if you also protected the plants against adverse weather by using a canopy to shield them or planting them in pots for ease of movement indoors when the weather gets rough.
Indoor-grown White Russian feminized cannabis completes its flowering phase in 8 to 10 weeks and yields 300-500 grams/m2. The strain matures in late October, yielding about 500 grams/plant when grown outdoors.