AMCO’s Review of White Widow by Natural State Medicinal and purchased from Green Springs Medicinal.
This is the second time I have reviewed this strain but it was before I had a archive at www.amco.ark420.com. White Widow is a 60/40 Sativa dominate hybrid that is known to be used in daytime treatment of depression, PTSD, pain, and mood regulation. Its a strain well known from the 1990s.
The look rates 9 out of 10. This eighth of an ounce sample presents as one bud that weighs in at 3.55 grams. It’s almost perfectly round and a little bigger than a golf ball. The bud doesn’t appear to be covered in frosty tricombs, but it’s colorful! Its a mixture of lime and Forrest green with purple splotches and amber pistils. This could have been a perfect 10 if it had been trimmed so the tricomb heads on the outside of the flower were less obscured.
The smell rates 10 out of 10. The smells of Limonene and Pinenene waft from the jar and grab me by the nose. It has some fuel notes that reminds me of the 90s.
The cure rates 9 out of 10. I deducted a point for the trim job here as well. Once I cut into the flower, it was perfectly cured. The tricombs were just missing from the outside. On the inside, the heads are present and milky in color. I found mostly milky stems on the outside. I don’t think this was purposely done, but a by product or automated trimmers
The taste rates 9 out of 10. This mix of terpenes transition to flavor well. This strain has the stereotypical flavors of pine, sweet citrus, mixed together with fuel tones.
The effect rates 10 out of 10. I used an Ooze 2 on 1 glass and silicone pipe to ingest the half gram dose. The photo of the pipe may get the AMCO Facebook page pulled . I’m not stressing about it or letting it lead to a PTSD flair so its an awesome mood stabilizer.