Perplex is a well known and loved strain of marijuana. It tastes and smells strongly of Grapefruit, the most distinguishing characteristic of this strain of marijuana. It is an Indica dominant strain, but only slightly at 60%. It is bred by the famous Dutch Passion and is a very high yielding plant. THC levels of this strain are quite moderate, ringing in at around 13-16%. The effects are long-lasting and are more in the body than in the head, and take a while to come on. Perplex has very dense buds and beautiful white crystal trichomes. Despite the fact that this strain seems to be well liked, it is not available in the medical market and is also difficult to find on the black market. It can be found in some dispensaries in Southern California as well as Colorado. Smoke too much of this strain and it can result in couchlock.
Why do Patients Use Perplex?
For medicinal purposes, Perplex is wonderful for stomach cramps and pains. The body high hits quickly, affecting you for about two hours. For this reason, it is one of those strains that is perfect for an evening smoke before bed. Perplex is not often found in medical dispensaries despite it being an ideal strain for nausea and all stomach related pain and dysfunction. Its mild THC count makes it suitable for first-time users, though the THC count is a little misleading and the high is more powerful than the numbers suggest.
Medical Uses of Perplex
Side-Effects of Perplex
Information about Perplex
60% Indica 40% Sativa
Genetic lineage unknown.
Perplex has a rating of 8.4 on the stoned meter.
The THC count of Perplex is mild, between 13-16%.
Around 7-9 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Does well indoors.
Plants are typically small, around 2-4 feet when indoors.
Perplex is a very high yielding plant that generates up to 600 grams per square meter.
Perplex requires moderate growing skills.
Supply extra ventilation after the 6th week of flowering to prevent mold in dense buds.