About this White Buffalo Strain
The sativa cannabis strain White Buffalo emits a scent that’s often sweet and sour with hints of floral and pepper. Its taste is similar, with undertones of fresh soil. Its harvest-ready buds are of large and covered in a layer of white crystal trichomes, justifying its name.
White Buffalo is the daughter of combing the genetics of the indica Romulan, indica Blackberry Kush, and sativa Bay 11.
THC levels of this strain are currently debatable, but its high is known to create a quick and powerful state of euphoria in the consumer. It will relax the body and mind, uplifting the spirits and inducing creativity – making this strain great for getting creative projects going or finishing them. As it’s a sativa, it may cause a surge in energy but this isn’t always the case for all consumers.
Besides dry mouth and eyes, White Buffalo may cause anxiousness or dizziness when higher doses are consumed.
It takes about nine weeks for White Buffalo to fully flower.
For the most part, this strain is visually unremarkable — flowers are typically small and cluster together in popcorn-like nuggets. The buds have the dense, solid structure typical of indica varieties, with leaves tightly coiled around their central stem. The leaves are various shades of dark green, with relatively few pollen-catching orange pistils. One way White Buffalo’s flowers stand out, though, is their high resin production — like the similarly-named White Widow, White Buffalo is coated in a layer of white trichomes that give it a soft, pale sheen. This resin also gives the flowers a very sticky texture that make the strain very difficult to break up by hand. When properly cured, the buds smell musky and sour, with some traces of berry aroma passed on from the Blackberry Kush grandparent strain. Breaking open or grinding the buds yields a woodsy scent of pine. When combusted, this strain gives off a harsh smoke that may induce coughing and irritate smoker’s sinuses. On the exhale, smoke tastes distinctly earthy and herbal.