Purple Pine Strain
Purple Pine is sometimes referred to as Purple Pine Cone. However, there is little information on the strain. It is an Indica dominant strain with an unknown ratio of Indica to Sativa. THC levels are reported to be quite low, in the range of 10-15%, and CBD levels are also quite low. The flavor is a mix of pine and berries and it smells like it tastes. Purple Pine features dark green buds with purple hues and orange hairs. It also has a covering of frosty white trichomes. This strain is common in Washington as well as California. The effects of the cerebral high come on quite quickly before the Indica effects take place. It has a full body stone and is bred by Sagarmatha Seeds.
Why do Patients Use Purple Pine?
Purple Pine is a relatively mild strain of marijuana. Its mildness may suit numerous patients who do not want the full heavy effects. While strong Indicas might be effective in the treatment of insomnia and pain, the after-effects might be too much, and people might feel too unproductive and groggy with brain fog. This is where strains like Purple Pine come in. They are effective for the treatment of minor stress, minor anxiety, and light cases of pain and insomnia. A good introductory strain of marijuana. This can be the perfect evening strain for those who need to alleviate some stress but do not want to get completely couch locked and wake up tired the next day for work.
Medical Uses of Purple Pine
Side-Effects of Purple Pine
Information about Purple Pine
Unknown, possibly slightly Indica dominant.
The parents of Purple Pine are unknown.
Purple Pine has a rating of 8.0 on the stoned meter.
THC levels for Purple Pine are unknown, possibly in the range of 10-15%.
Purple Pine is bred by Sagarmatha Seeds.
Flowering time for Purple Pine is 7-9 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Colder Climates will bright out the Purple hues of this strain.
Purple Pine has a low yield.
Purple Pine requires moderate growing skills.
Susceptible to mold and mildew.