Popularized by Jimi Hendrix’s 1967 classic, Purple Haze delivers a dreamy burst of euphoria that brings veteran consumers back to their psychedelic heyday. This nostalgic sativa staple remains cherished for its high-energy cerebral stimulation that awakens creativity and blissful contentment throughout the day. Purple Haze is believed to have descended from parent strains Purple Thai and Haze, who pass on a mix of sweet and earthy flavors underscored by notes of berry and sharp spice. Following her 8 to 9 week flowering time, Purple Haze buds typically acquire vibrant hues of lavender that further justify the naming of this strain.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 85% Sativa / 15% IndicaTHC: 26%
Purple Haze is a sativa dominant hybrid (85% sativa/15% indica) strain that is a potent cross between the rare yet popular Purple Thai X Haze strains. This dank bud boasts a THC level ranging from 14-19% on average and an array of 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. “Buy Marijuana Online at Budsoasis | Buy Weed Online at Budsoasis | Buy Cannabis online at Budsoasis | Cannabis oil for sale online at Budsoasis.” 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. You may experience a mild body buzz that is warming and spreads from your head and neck throughout the rest of your body. Due to these potent effects, Purple Haze in ideal strain for treating patients suffering from conditions such as fatigue, mild to moderate cases of depression, and chronic stress or anxiety. Purple Haze has long, dense pepper-shaped nugs that are light minty green with rich purple undertones. These nugs are covered in long thin light and dark purple hairs and a fine layer of milky white trichomes and sweet sticky resin. Purple Haze has a sweet earthy berry aroma and a pungent berry taste with a hint of spice.
Often used to describe strains descended from Haze that turn purple on their own during flowering, as opposed to the technique of turning Cannabis buds purple by growing it in a lower temperature. The first cannabis strain to hold this name was a phenotype of the original Haze that could produce purple coloring in the buds. It leaned more toward the Colombian Sativa side of it’s heritage. Some believe that the original strain has since been lost but there are some that claim to have the strain or strains derived from it. The Flying Dutchmen still sells Original Haze in seed form from which this phenotype may be found. A few breeders have also released crosses of Haze and unknown purple Indica strains that they call Purple Haze.”Buy Marijuana Online at Budsoasis | Buy Weed Online at Budsoasis | Buy Cannabis online at Budsoasis | Cannabis oil for sale online at Budsoasis.”
The name is generally attributed to have come from the Jimi Hendrix song with the same name, though a few mistakenly claim the opposite. Strains that utilize this name typically have effects similar to the original Haze, causing users to feel creative and energetic. Most often, the strains can be described as euphoric and some may even be called psychedelic. Purple Haze strains may be used to help treat, depression, anxiety, stress and a lack of appetite.”Buy Marijuana Online at Budsoasis | Buy Weed Online at Budsoasis | Buy Cannabis online at Budsoasis | Cannabis oil for sale online at Budsoasis.”
For those that find the true original Purple Haze, they can expect to let it flower for between sixteen and twenty weeks. Other strains that share the name can take considerably less time, as little as nine weeks. Most of these strains will grow taller, being mostly Sativa or at least Sativa dominant, and may need to be kept outside. Generally these strains smell and taste earthy sweet like aged berries.
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