Purple Butter Strain
Purple Butter is a slightly Indica dominant strain that is very potent. THC levels are in the range of 28-22% and the exact ratio of Indica to Sativa is unknown. It is best for use late at night due to its Indica qualities and it will often result in couch lock and munchies. The effects are almost entirely physical and deeply sedating, so this strain shouldn’t be used on busy days or when the mental focus is needed. Purple Butter has a distinct berry flavor, with smooth grape notes. The aroma is similar but with additional hints of Skunk. This strain seems to be almost exclusively available in San Diego, though it might be sometimes found in Californian dispensaries. Due to its potency, it is a strain that is best left alone by novices. The smell is described as sweet strawberries with a slightly sour taste.
Why do Patients Use Purple Butter?
As it is available in few dispensaries there is a lack of data in relation to the effects of Purple Butter and its side effects. Purple Butter is most commonly prescribed for insomnia, pain and appetite stimulation. It is a powerful strain of marijuana but not completely overwhelming like other Indica dominant strains. It is best for use in the evening. There are no reliable public reports on the side effects patients may experience when using this strain, but most other strains produce dry eyes and dry mouth.
Medical Uses of Purple Butter
Side-Effects of Purple Butter
Information about Purple Butter
Unknown, possibly slightly Indica dominant.
Purple Butter has a rating of 8.5 on the stoned meter.
THC levels for Purple Butter are estimated to be in the region of 18-22%.
Flowering Time for Purple Butter is 60 days on average.
Ideal Growing Method
Colder Climates will bright out the Purple hues of this strain. Does well in an Indoor Sea of Green setup.
Purple Butter has a moderate yield.
Purple Butter is an easy strain suitable for novice growers.
There are no known problems associated with Purple Butter.