Berry White, White Berry, and Blue Venom are all names for Colorado’s Blue Widow, a hybrid between the Blueberry and the White Widow cultivars. Be prepared to smell the Blueberry and fruity perfume that has been linked to this strain; this scent comes from the parent strain.
Medicinal and recreational users of this strain have been utilizing it for quite some time now. As soon as you light this strain, Colorado’s Blue Widow will envelop you in a sweet aroma of fruit. A strong scent of Blueberry and soil lingers in the air for a long time, and the taste is similar.
Flavor and Effects of Colorado’s Blue Widow
Blue Widow is a flowering plant native to Colorado that is typically used medicinally. This strain is distinguished from other strains by the deep earthy blueberry flavor of the smoke. It has an effect in that a stressed-out body can feel soothed, and an uplifted spirit can be felt, as well as a delightful mood in general.
Medical Benefits of Colorado’s Blue Widow
Those who are stressed or in pain will benefit greatly from using this strain. In certain situations, it has also been seen to help with sleeplessness and nausea as well. Colorado’s Blue Widow is effective in treating depression.
Negative Effects of Colorado’s Blue Widow
The most severe side effect of Colorado’s Blue Widow is dry mouth; water hydration is the best option for alleviating the drying of the lips and tongue. Occasionally, the user will suffer from dry eyes as well as tense and suspicious behavior.
Growing Colorado’s Blue Widow
The Colorado’s Blue Widow takes 8 to 9 weeks to bloom. This hybrid is basically like any other hybrid in terms of maintenance. Mildew and typical molds don’t bother it at all. It isn’t necessary to feed the strain with a lot of nutrients. It thrives in a variety of indoor and outdoor environments. If it is in a hot area, it can produce more product. Late September to early October is the best time to sow this variety. When grown indoors, this strain can produce up to 19 ounces per square meter, while outdoors, it can produce up to 32 ounces per plant.