Pure Power Strain
Pure Power Plant (PPP)is a hugely popular strain of marijuana. It is a potent strain with THC levels averaging around 20% and it is about 70% Sativa dominant. If you happen to be searching for a powerful Sativa strain, Pure Power Plant is highly recommended. It features a musky, citrus smell. Great for daytime, Pure Power Plant produces a clear-headed sensation while causing a gentle pressure in the face and head. Being Sativa dominant, this strain will provide a wonderful euphoric head high at first, and the effects come on quite swiftly. The most commonly described effects of this strain are happiness, creativity, energy and euphoria. As this strain is not a pure Sativa some Indica effects shine through, especially after heavy use. Too much Pure Power Plant may put you to sleep or leave you stuck on the couch. The strain is mostly found in dispensaries in East Canada and Colorado. There are some issues around the origins of Purple Power Plant(PPP) however, with some people claiming that the PPP they obtain in medical dispensaries is not what it claims to be but is an OG Kush variant. There are now too many variants to say for sure, all with minor growing differences and standards.
Why do Patients Use Pure Power?
Power Plant is a solid treatment for stress, depression, chronic pain, glaucoma and eye pressure, muscle spasms, and nausea, while some reports say it’s also good for insomnia, which some Sativa strains can be useful for. A well-balanced strain that is not too overpowering.
Medical Uses of Pure Power
Side-Effects of Pure Power
Information about Pure Power
Unknown, possibly slightly Indica dominant.
Parentage is shrouded in mystery. Possibly includes Skunk 1, White Widow mixed with Pure Power.
Pure Power has a rating of 8.4 on the stoned meter.
THC levels for Pure Power Plant are in the range of 18-22%.
Originally created as “Power Plant” by Dutch Passion.
Typically flowers around 10-12 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
This strain is easy to grow both indoors and outdoors.
Pure Power is a high yielding plant.