Description of White Ryder
One might conclude that White Ryder’s buds are a mirror image of White Widow. Each is almost white, with a thick coating of sweet trichomes. Both are also quite powerful, with Ryder containing up to 24 percent THC. The main difference between the two, if any, is in their DNA. The latter is a Sativa-leaning hybrid, whilst the former is an indica-dominant hybrid.
A mix of herbs and fruit entices the senses. It covers the tongue and leaves a sweet spice aftertaste. An aftertaste of newly uprooted wood with traces of damp earth takes over on the exhale.
White Ryder’s body-centered high goes beyond causing pleasant sluggishness. It also has strong analgesic properties that help relieve a wide range of aches and pains. Patients might utilize it as a natural alternative to over-the-counter pain medications. The Indica-leaning strain has considerably fewer and less concerning side effects.
Aside from its physical advantages, White Ryder also provides relief to those who are constantly worried or psychologically upset. It calms the mind by removing anxieties, soothing overpowering fear, and suppressing self-deprecating thoughts. In its place, there is not just confidence, but also a sense of inner peace. As a result, users may be able to use it to treat symptoms of sadness, anxiety, and PTSD.
White Ryder is known for its characteristic dry eyes and cottonmouth. After all, it contains cannabinoids that limit moisture absorption. Although it is typically moderate, users can avoid the dry period by staying hydrated.
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