Back in the 1980's, hybridizing a selection of Brazilian and Indian genetics into the already existing Dutch gene pool created one of the most potent strains. In those days, people had not yet seen a bud as white as the original White Widow, which was the name given to this one hit wonder bud and left the first ever smokers dazed and confused by its raw potency.
Seedism’s Milk gets WHITER and MORE resinous EVERY day during her flowering cycle right up until the last few weeks. Simply because of the whiteness of the pistils, the buds, and the trichomes, they had to call this strain Milk. The people at Seedism say that the name Milk resembles the color of your skin after you smoke this strain without some mental preparation. Milk grows to be a medium to tall height, with 40 – 60% stretching during her 9 – 10 flowering cycle. It is also wise to support the weight of the branches in the later weeks of flowering to prevent limbs from snapping due to their sheer mass.