Purple Haze

Purple Haze

Purple Haze Strain

Purple Haze is an 85% Sativa dominant hybrid strain that is a potent cross between the popular Purple Thai and Haze strains. The dark buds boast a THC level ranging from 14-19% on average and a myriad of both Sativa and Indica effects. Purple Haze was named after Jimi Hendrix’s classic 1967 song and is one of the most famous strains ever thanks to its popularity in the 1960s. Users describe the Purple Haze high as one with almost immediate high-energy cerebral stimulation accompanied by an intense sense of creative inspiration and blissful contentment. One of the all-time greats that won’t be leaving anytime soon. As with all legendary and historic strains of marijuana, there is great debate over the exact naming and origins of this strain. It is obvious that a strain nearly 50 years old is going to change considerably since what it was once known for, along with changes in the soil, the earth biome, human culture, and perception, not to mention all the cross breeding. Purple Haze can be psychedelic in larger doses so it is to be used with caution. The effects of Purple Haze are wonderfully stimulating without being completely overpowering.

Why do Patients Use Purple Haze?

As this is a predominantly Sativa dominant strain, it is often recommended for the treatment of anxiety, depression, stress, and mental disorders. One social group who use Purple Haze extensively are artists and other creative individuals, as it is said to be one of the best strains available for increasing creativity. The ideal strain for a wake and bake instead of a cup of coffee. This is a powerful strain of marijuana and is most definitely not for first time users due to possibly psychedelic effects, which could exacerbate underlying symptoms of preexisting conditions.

Medical Uses of Purple Haze

Stress
Depression
Anxiety
Creativity
ADHD
Bi-Polar
Schizophrenia

Side-Effects of Purple Haze

Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Paranoia
Anxiety

Information about Purple Haze

Classification

85% Sativa dominant, though some suggest that it is 60% Sativa
dominant.

Parents

A cross between Haze and Purple Thai.

Stoned Meter

Purple Haze has a rating of 8.9 on the stoned meter.

THC Level

The THC levels of Purple Haze are quite moderate at 14-19%.

Breeder

Unknown

Flowering Time

Flowering times is typically around 7-9 weeks.

Ideal Growing Method

A strain that does best indoors.

Plant Height

2-4 feet indoors, 4-6 feet outdoors.

Yield

Purple Haze has a moderate to high yield.

Growing Skills

Purple Haze is an easy strain to grow.

Potential Problems

No potential problems associated with Purple Haze.

 

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