White Ruski is bred with a potent combination of genetics, including AK47 and White Widow. Both these parent strains are well-known within the cannabis community and together gave birth to this beautiful Indica-dominant hybrid. Because of its lineage, it may not surprise you to learn it has such high levels of THC. Also, it takes on sweet and spicy flavors that turn smoking into a tasty sacred ritual.
With THC levels averaging 18 to 20% and sometimes exceeding the 20% mark, the stone on White Ruski is profound. The high is both physical and cerebral and because of its high THC content, the resulting effect is powerful and long-lasting. It’s a pleasant cerebral buzz that is energizing and uplifting, without becoming frantic. Then it settles into a very calming, yet clear-headed body high. Therefore, many users find this a great strain to smoke at any time of the day.
The plant will grow well whether you have an indoor grow tent or a suitable outdoor space. And it grows sturdy so that it can hold the weight of the dense nugs. Given the combination of Indica and Sativa genetics, White Ruski takes on a mix of their characteristics. So, the plant has an 8 to 9 weeks flowering cycle, reaches medium heights of around 100 to 180 cm, and can yield 300 grams per M2 indoors and up to 400 grams per M2 outdoors. When late September rolls around your crops will be ready for harvest.
The rich earthy and spicy scents come through in the later stages of flowering, which are replicated in the initial hit. This is then replaced with a more subtle yet equally delicious sweet flavor on the exhale. Think of cinnamon buns with a slightly citrus tang.
White Ruski has a mix of genetics that come from legendary strains, so naturally, this is a strain we often rave about. Also, because its lineage gives it a super strength potency, medical users around the world are experiencing major benefits when they smoke this plant. Even though the strain leans more towards Indica, the effects are still cerebral but also relaxing.
The buds on this plant have a thick and dense appearance because they grow real sturdy. Also, these nuggets are coated in gorgeous resin, which explains the high THC concentration.
White Ruski nugs smell of sweet fruits along with spicy undertones, a common feature of "white" strains. But, you may also notice earthy aromas during the plant’s vegetative and flowering cycles.