White Slipper

THC
CBD
0%

Very Low

0%

Very Low

70% Sativa
Afternoon
Strain Type
Consumption Time
THC
CBD
0%

Very Low

0%

Very Low

Consumption Time
Afternoon

Typical Effects

Common Usage


About White Slipper

Like skipping through the clouds, White Slipper takes you on an upbeat, light-hearted journey through one’s own creative bliss. This powerful strain of unknown origins crosses Krome’s The White and Glass Slipper, two already beloved and well-known buds. With a delightfully spicy aroma and a peppery, herbal flavor, White Slipper is bound to become your next favorite.

Users beware: White Slipper’s frosty appearance might be reminiscent of soft, powdery snow, but this beast packs a heavy punch. With THC levels that average around 25% and a 70/30 sativa-dominant blend, this strain offers users a thick body high that won’t weigh you down. As its name might suggest, White Slipper is a large lumpy nug covered in a shiny resin, tipped with glowing white trichomes.

For those that love a burst of energy with their high, this lively bud would be a great way to start your day. Perfect for use at any point in the day, White Slipper guarantees an uplifting jump start following by waves of bliss and energy. Though the body buzz is heavy, users won’t have to worry about couch lock or sleepiness after hitting this beauty. Perfect for a day at the office when you need to focus and put a smile on your face, this strain would be a great choice for a daily smoke.

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Like Cinderella, users will feel a life-altering difference after trying on this Slipper. Its common medical uses include stress relief and depression, but it is also the perfect bud for chronic fatigue, pain relief, and even severe menstrual cramps. As it is a powerful mood booster, don’t be surprised if you become more talkative or feel the urge to start a new project. Because of the high THC content, it is not recommended for novice users.

Typically found in Colorado, White Slipper is a moderate to difficult plant to grow for newbies. Its flowering period is relatively average at 7 to 9 weeks, and can be cared for in or outdoors. Because there is little information available on how to specifically care for these plants, you’d be smart to do the extra research before making any attempts on your own.

Earning a reputation as the Pride Of Colorado, this happy-go-lucky flower brings with it upper levels of THC, a harmonizing blend of sativa and indica effects, and a soothing fire full of mint and lavender flavors. Smooth away your stress and sit down with this frosty number for a high worthy of its accolades.


Common Usage
Typical Effects
THC Content

Highest Test0%

Strain Average12.5%

Sativa Average13.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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