White Widow preroll from Washington’s Finest
Reviewer: Sue Vorenberg
Strain: White Widow preroll (Balanced hybrid of a Brazilian sativa landrace strain and a South Indian indica popular in Netherlands coffee shops) (Sold at The Herbery and other retail locations)
Grower: Washington’s Finest (Deer Park, Eastern Washington, outdoor grower)
Onset time: About two minutes – starts with a light euphoria
Fade: About an hour and 20 minutes
Tingling (where did you feel it): Upper back, shoulders, forehead, upper arms, mid back, biceps, boobs, feet.
Control (can you maintain focus, etc): Good. My mind is relaxed but I can still concentrate.
Emotions: Calm, relaxed, mellow
Energy level: Low-ish – my body’s in a happy buzz bubble.
Smell: Not much of anything, but it’s a preroll.
Relieves: For me, White Widow is that go-to strain that relieves just about everything – pain, anxiety, stress, etc.
Positives: White Widow makes me feel like I’m leaning back in a cloud, my favorite music playing, with a fizzy drink in my hand.
Negatives: None really. Could be a little stronger, but it’s a minor complaint.
Other notes: Unrolled some of the material into my pipe and it was a nice loose grind, rather than the powery stuff you get in some prerolls. Smoke’s a little harsh in the pipe, but it’s not so bad that you’d need to switch to a bong. Got it on sale as a $5 special and it was well worth the price.