In Indica THC 15 CBD 0.1

Purple Kush


Overview:

The Purple Kush strain is known world-wide as one of the top 10 most powerful cannabis strains. Since it has an average THC concentration of 15%, it is not recommended for newbie smokers. It represents a Californian descendant of Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani. What makes Purple Kush unique is its strong and flowery taste with slight grape undertones, accompanied by a woody smell. The long-lasting effect is what sets it apart from other strains of weed, and many smokers report feeling high for up to two hours. Purple Kush strain effects include extreme happiness and euphoria, followed by a long-lasting feeling of sleepiness. Furthermore, many smokers report being hungry while under the influence of Purple Kush, so this strain is known to be highly beneficial for those who struggle with a lack of appetite. When it comes to other medical uses of Purple Kush, it is known to treat insomnia, as well as stress-induced depression. This particular strain of weed works wonders with chronic pain and headaches. Due to its strong effects, professionals recommend using Purple Kush at night, right before going to sleep, in order to avoid being bed-chained in the middle of the day. The side-effects that follow the use of Purple Kush are most commonly dry mouth and eyes. Smokers rarely report feeling paranoid or dizzy. In the sea of strains now available to the public, in the minds of many patients and smokers, Purple Kush still remains the most iconic option.

Strain Attributes:

Effects

Euphoric

Happy

Hungry

Relaxed

Sleepy

Euphoric

Happy

Hungry

Relaxed

Sleepy

Medical Uses

Depression

Headaches

Insomnia

Pain

Stress

Depression

Headaches

Insomnia

Pain

Stress

Negatives

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Headache

Paranoid

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Headache

Paranoid


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