Betty White is 99 years old at the time of writing this review. Since the original cultivator of Bettie White remains a mystery, one can only guess that the decision for the name had something to do with the parent strains, White Widow and Blueberry.
This indica-dominant hybrid strain has tree-shaped nuggets, with wide, maroon-colored leaves, caked in amber trichomes. Clumps of orange pistils blend in neatly, giving the buds a funky and mossy, greenish-orange color.
The aroma and flavor is rich with pine and sour-citrus, and hints of sweet berries. The high reportedly brings an intense psychoactive experience in addition to a sedative and blissful body buzz. Not surprisingly, the THC tested around 24%, with the dominant terpenes being Terpinolene and Beta-Myrcene. These terpenes are both believed to produce joyful and euphoric effects, in addition to feelings of sedation and relaxation when combined.
Bettie White scored the highest reviews in mood regulation and pain management. Although the psychoactive side reportedly yields some energy, couch-lock may be an issue, perhaps making the Bettie White strain a better choice for the evening.