Seven important energy centers are present in your body. These are known as Chakras. Chakra is a word that comes from Sanskrit and literally means “wheel.” You can therefore imagine a chakra as a vortex that allows energy to flow through your body, or in other words, a “spinning wheel of energy.” In fact, hundreds […]What is a chakra? — EverydayVibes
On the Power Place itself and in the spiritual store and webshop you will find the 5 geometric shapes from which the entire creation is constructed. These forms, also called platonic bodies, have been a symbol of worship for centuries and carry ancient knowledge. The sacred icosahedron, dodecahedron, octahedron, cube and tetrahedron each have their […]The 5 geometric shapes from which the entire creation is constructed — EverydayVibes
Mandalas are beautiful circular figures with symmetrical elements. The word mandala comes from Sanskrit (an ancient Indian language) and literally means “magic circle,” or “magic wheel.” According to ancient Eastern wisdom, they serve as inspiration and inner enrichment. They make you aware of the infinity of existence and the connection with everything around you. The […]Meaning of the Mandala — EverydayVibes
Most of my free time I spent in getting the right kind of material to paint and learning the techniques, design, composition from famous artists to improve my skill. I am a self taught artist. I’m so lucky to be surrounded by so many professional artists and who appreciates art.Technology helped me to be in […]When someone recognizes your art.. — Indira FineArts
The Indica dominant Fruity Widow cannabis strain has a deep, strong aroma that tastes sweet and sour at the same time.
Created by crossing Blueberry with White Widow, Fruity Widow is a visually pleasing medium to high yielding plant. The plant will look to harvest in October. As one would expect with its Blueberry heritage, the buds are totally coating the Crystals.
Fruity Widow is a colourful strain with sweet flavours that leave a stunning fruity after taste.
You looking for a relaxing smoke to unlock your conversational and creative side? You are going to love our White Widow seeds! The White Widow strain is one of our go-to staff favorite here at ILGM, and for good reason! First, it’s one of the best hybrids on the market. Second, it has a high THC content that goes to work on you right away! Third, it’s an easy grow and a great starter plant!
White Widow Strain Origin
White Widow’s history starts in the Netherlands back in the 1990s. There it was bred as a hybrid strain making it one of Europe’s earliest cannabis imports. Experts contend that this strain is either a cross between South American Sativa and South Indian Indica while others say the sativa comes from Brazilian Sativa landrace.
While experts can’t come to a conclusion on its origin, people still love White Widow around the world. It’s become a staple in the Dutch coffee shop scene and was even featured both on the television show Weeds and in various rap songs.
Growing White Widow Feminized Seeds
These are feminized seeds. Female plants, contrary to male plants, are the ones that actually produce weed. They start flowering when they receive less light per day, i.e. in the Fall or when you manipulate the light cycle indoors.
We advise also reading our germination instructions for guaranteed results.
The Best Climate For White Widow Plants
If you are looking for a great indoor grow, look no further! White Widow thrives indoors. The plants are compact with 2 to 4 feet in height. They flower for 8 to 9 weeks and produce both high-quality bud AND high-quality yields!You interested in growing outdoors? No problem! White Widow not only loves direct sunlight (and lots of it), it is also very resistant to disease! One thing that makes this a great outdoor plant is it reacts well when the temperature drops-which can happen during harvest time (October at the latest). Want to be entirely sure your plant is protected from conditions and bugs? Take a look at these plant protector products.
People Matching Artworks: An Unusual Photo Series By Stefan Draschan. More info: Website | Instagram | Tumblr Most of us were bored at some museum at least once in our lives – except this guy! France-based photographer Stefan Draschan always keeps himself entertained at art galleries by creating his own art projects. One of those […]People Matching Artworks: An Unusual Photo Series By Stefan Draschan — SCOPIC IMPULSE
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I’ve been pretty public about my love of public art. At its best, public art (large or small, authorized or un) is brilliantly or at least cleverly executed, and fits knowingly in its surroundings, intentionally altering them. Here’s a gallery of some current favorites! (Click on any image to enlarge or to start slide show)Public Art — Mitch Teemley
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My college journey detoured a few weeks into my freshman year. (Read A Certain Word, May 30, 2019.) The day after the Marat/Sade theater fiasco, I enrolled as an art major. Majoring in art seemed a natural choice as I’d been winning art awards since I was a kid. As the University of California at […]A Certain Artwork — Sharon Bonin-Pratt’s Ink Flare
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