About White Runtz
History & Genetics
The balanced hybrid known as White Runtz is a favorite of Runtz fans, fans of citrus, and anyone who craves stress relief. Like most Runtz strains, it has Gelato and Zkittlez in its genetic lineage, the results, in this case, being creamy, sleepy, fruity, and a bag of giggles.
The long-lasting experience of enjoying White Runtz is enjoyed by most who can find it, though it remains a bit of an exclusive offering by the Cookies growers out of California. It’s so good that Runtz has pretty much locked down the sale of seeds. But if you can find the buds, you’re in for a treat.
Appearance, Aroma & Flavor
The plant grows large, thick nugs shaped like spades. They’re deep green with frosty crystal trichomes and thin amber hairs. White Runtz offers tropical fruit and sweet cream flavors. Some consumers say it reminds them of ice cream. While smoking the strain, hints of diesel arise.
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White Runtz’s effect is a calming, tingly sense of relaxation. It starts traveling up your back, up to your neck, and then proceeds to relax your whole body. This makes the strain perfect for watching movies, going to a spa and getting a massage, or doing nothing at all. The flavor is full of notes of tropical citrus, earth, and sweet cream. It’s a major kick-back that gives you the chance to enjoy your evening by feeling creative and relaxed without having to contend with your normal dose of stress and anxiety.
White Runtz is a particular favorite for sufferers of chronic pain conditions due to its ability to relieve muscle cramps and spasms. Chronic issues related to back pain, menstrual issues, arthritis, and more can be helped by relieving muscle tension using a dose of White Runtz. The bonus is that you’ll get to see what all the fuss is about with the famous tropical cream and fruity earth flavors. You may not be able to grow it for yourself, but if you go to the source, you’ll be able to learn its secrets.
Not a lot is known about White Runtz in terms of growing, as you might have guessed. We know that it harvests in late October and can be grown inside or out but prefers cooler climates.
We did find some growers mention that in addition to preferring cooler temperatures due to heat’s effect on the plant’s nutrient levels, White Runtz particularly needs to be monitored for humidity. The reason is that it’s susceptible to mold, so growers recommend keeping White Runtz trimmed more carefully than usual to prevent mold buildup in its beautiful branches.