White Widow often creates full-body relaxation without causing the user to become locked to the couch. The cerebral effect is just as pleasant for most smokers. After smoking, people tend to feel happier and more social. Some also report feeling more creative or even euphoric.
Most cannabis strains do have a couple of minor negative side effects, and White Widow is no different. Many people experience dry mouth and eyes while smoking. Most smokers agree the best thing about this strain is how the side effects manifest.
The cerebral effects come on first to ease stress, and by the time they’re in full effect, the full-body feeling begins. White Widow contains between 15 and 20 percent THC and is considered a medium-strength strain.
Many smokers see additional benefits when using White Widow. Some users have been able to smoke the strain to help:
Manage chronic joint and muscle pain related to fibromyalgia; and
Manage chronic fatigue syndrome.
In addition to possible pain-relieving side effects, some people who suffer from anxiety, depression or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder report a reduction in symptoms when smoking White Widow.