About White Ice
White Ice is a hybrid strain of cannabis that is the result of crossing three different parent strains. White Label Seeds, a company owned by Sensi Seeds, created this strain by crossing Northern Lights, Dutch Skunk, and a special Afghan Hash Plant. However, not many people have tried this strain, likely because it is hard to find in dispensaries. Those that have tried this strain, however, are often impressed with its potent effects despite its not-so-impressive THC (17%) and CBD (<1%) levels.
Information for White Ice is incredibly hard to come by on the Internet. What we do know about the strain is this. The White Ice bud is often mint or seafoam green, with hairy pistils and a thick coating of off-white trichomes. The bud likely has a powerful body high due to its hybrid nature and the genetics behind its creation. This strain is a good evening strain, as potent Indica highs usually create couch-lock and can be dangerous if you have to get behind the wheel in an emergency. With information about the strain’s parents, we can infer that this strain is likely good for medical patients and recreational users alike who suffer from chronic stress and pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and lack of appetite. The body high of this strain is likely a relaxing sedative experience that combines with an uplifting and euphoric cerebral high. Users are likely to be happy and giggly but stuck in their chair, wanting to talk to whoever walks by.
If you are a medical cannabis patient that relies on CBD products to manage serious medical conditions such as seizures you might want to avoid White Ice. Although CBD is present in most White Ice available, its levels are inconsistent at best and not likely to serve any significant medical benefit.
This specialty strain is incredibly hard to find, but definitely worth the money if you stumble upon it in your travels. If you’re lucky enough to get some White Ice, be sure to record your experiences for the rest of the world!
Not sure if the person I got it from had it for a long time but honestly if you’re a heavy smoker like I am you’re better off with some of your more well known and constant strains in my opinion