White Lavender
White Lavender is a sativa-dominant cross of White Widow and Lavender created by G13 Labs. The influence of White Widow dna adds a heavy surface of trichomes to the powerful effects and flowery flavors of Lavender. The mixture creates a hybrid that has soothing effects led by the inspiring and inspired nature involving sativas. White Lavender produces an euphoric rush of transcending activity next to its intense taste profile palate that mixes undertones of spices with fresh fruit.

Strain Flavor

When smoked or converted into an edible form, the flavor of the White Lavender strain is best described as Lavender, Flowery, and Earthy.

White Lavender Strain Medicinal Benefits and Side Effects

Relaxed 99.53% of users reported feeling relaxed.
Happiness 76.2% of users reported feeling happier.
Uplifted 64.37% of users reported feeling uplifted.
Focused 52.72% of users reported feeling focused.
Lack of Appetite 17.57% indicated a decrease in appetite.
Euphoria 66.67% of users reported feelings of happiness.
Anti-Depressant 35.26% of users felt uplifted after consumption.
Pain Reduction 30.24% of users noticed a reduction in pain.
Stressed 99.34% of users reported reduced stress.
Dry Mouth 36.73% of users reported a dry mouth.
Dry Eyes 99.42% of users reported dry eyes.
Inflammation 19.41% of users reported reduced inflammation.
Dizziness 0.91% of users reported feeling dizziness.
Headaches 2.48% of users reported headaches.
Anxiety 10.95% of users reported feeling anxious.

How to Breed White Lavender Seeds

Below you can find a list of strains that are parents and predecessors which led to the medicinal effects and properties of the White Lavender cannabis strain. It was through the breeding of these strains which led to the production of White Lavender marijuana seeds, while attempting to cultivate their combined effects and therapeutic properties. To breed your own White Lavender seeds, you would need to cultivate a mixture of the following strains:

White Widow Strain Information
Lavender Strain Information