Purple Cheese Strain
Purple Cheese is a popular strain that has been on the market for some time. It is a rare three-way cross between Purple 1, Blue Cheese and Lowryder. The Indica to Sativa ratio of this strain is not known but it is most likely that it is a 50/50 hybrid, given than none of the Sativa or Indica effects seem to overpower the other. The THC levels of Purple Strain are unknown but it does have a high CBD count of above 1%. It is strange that a strain would have available data on CBD count and not THC. Purple Cheese definitely has a unique taste of sweet fruity candy with overtones of powerful musky cheese. The aroma is relatively mild, with hints of sweet pungent blue cheese and a slight touch of fruity berry. The Purple Cheese high is very therapeutic in nature due to its high CBD content. It has a very euphoric and uplifting onset that calms your mind, leaving you relaxed and completely free of any mental pain or racing thoughts. The Purple Cheese flavor is not as powerful as Blue Cheese and is more than manageable for those who do not like the flavor of Cheese marijuana. It has dense and sticky buds that are loved by cannabis connoisseurs.
Why do Patients Use Purple Cheese?
Purple Cheese is most often recommended for the treatment of conditions such as chronic stress or anxiety, depression, insomnia, pain, and fatigue. With a palatable fruit aroma, Purple Cheese delivers powerful full-body effects best suited for night owls.
Medical Uses of Purple Cheese
Side-Effects of Purple Cheese
Information about Purple Cheese
Unknown, possibly slightly Indica dominant.
A three-way cross between Purple 1, Blue Cheese and Lowryder.
Purple Cheese has a rating of 8.4 on the stoned meter.
THC levels for Purple Cheese are unknown.
The long flowering time between 10-12 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Colder Climates will bright out the Purple hues of this strain.
Purple Cheese has a low yield.
Purple Cheese requires moderate growing skills.
Susceptible to mold and mildew.