White Death X Candy Kush = White Death Candy!
White Death is an indica dominant hybrid strain (70% indica/30% sativa) created through crossing the infamous White Widow X Death Bubbz strains. Don’t let the name scare you – the only thing that White Death will kill is your aches and pains. The White Death high is one for the ages, with potent effects that will knock you flat out if you’re not careful with your dosage. It comes on with a creeping effect, slowly seeping its way into your mind before taking hold and lifting you to new heights of giddy and unfocused euphoria. As your mind fades into oblivion, your body will begin to settle into a relaxed and couch-locked state of pure bliss. This combination quickly turns sedative, leaving you dozing off for a long and peaceful sleep. With these heavy effects and its super high 23-28% average THC level, White Death is often chosen to treat conditions such as depression, appetite loss or nausea, chronic stress, insomnia and chronic pain. This bud has a skunky and woody gassy flavor with an earthy and pungent aroma to match. White Death buds have tapered spade-shaped forest green nugs with lots of thin orange hairs and a coating of frosty chunky milky white crystal trichomes.
Candy Kush is truly an amazing strain that is Indica dominant and gets its power from a genetic line that is comprised of OG Kush and Trainwreck. Just looking at it could make you happy, staring at the many different color combinations it can have, including mixes of purples, greens, and even pink and blue hues. It has a nice, sweet berry pine flavour, and a scent that is sweet, earthy, and reminiscent of pine trees. This strain of weed combines the debatable downside effects of sleepiness and laziness, with happiness and utter glee. Expect to experience couchlock during a good portion of your high as well. Medically, it is mainly used to treat the symptoms of stress and anxiety, but it also used on a regular basis to treat insomnia, pain, and lack of appetite. As usual, the cottonmouth and dry eye combo are present, and on rare occasions, there have been other downsides noticed, such as dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety.