Lucinda Williams Flower

Lucinda Williams Flower

  • Categories: Cannabis, Flower, Sativa, Smokables

Quick overview

The lovechild of legendary indica William’s Wonder and powerful sativa-dominant Cinderella 99, Lucinda Williams has become a well-sought strain across Colorado. Bud structure is dense, round and compact with light green calyx contrasting red pistils and candied white trichomes. Growers can expect generous growth with an upper medium yield. Flowering time is 9 weeks.


Williams Wonder x Cinderella 99

Lineage
The lovechild of legendary indica William’s Wonder and powerful sativa-dominant Cinderella 99, Lucinda Williams has become a well-sought strain across Colorado. Bud structure is dense, round and compact with light green calyx contrasting red pistils and candied white trichomes. Growers can expect generous growth with an upper medium yield. Flowering time is 9 weeks.

Aroma
Essences of berry, menthol, with earthy undertones.

Flavor
Abundant notes of mixed berry, with soil and menthol on the exhale.

Potency
24-29% THC

Effects
This fine strain’s effects are warm and engaging. The sativa dominance offers potent cerebrals that will keep you lightly energized and on task all while wrapping you up in an aura of calm and serenity. Creativity and inspiration are enhanced on its lovely, happy, and uplifting high. This is the perfect strain to accompany you on a night out. A highly social strain, Lucinda is sure to get you in the mood for a concert, party, comedy show, or any other public outing. The high THC content has the effect of enhancing the palette, making this an optimal strain for a gourmet dinner date without impeding conversation or inducing sedation. The flavor is so potent that Lucinda produces some of the best hash on the Kind Love shelf.

Medical Uses
Lucinda is a great strain to stimulate appetite, particularly among those who prefer sweet berry flavors. The relaxing, yet subtly stimulating effects, make it an uplifting selection for those suffering from depression. Its energetic effects can be described as possessing a more “inspiring,” than a “racy” feel, making this a good sativa selection for individuals with more sensitive nervous systems who intentionally avoid that “caffeinated” feeling. Lucinda is a wonderful morning and daytime strain that won’t lead to burnout, even at high doses. Head pains and other light pains throughout the body will be masked, although we recommend combining Lucinda with a heavy indica like Grape Ape or Louis XIII when seeking more potent full-body relief. Lucinda is a highly functional strain known for impressive cerebrals, but capable of relaxing the user just enough to maintain appeal among more sativa-sensitive consumers.