Purple Kush | Strain | Quebec

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Cannabinoids
    thc 15.5%
  • Calming 5% 5%
  • Energizing 95% 95%

Effects

Feelings

  • Relaxed 61% 61%
  • Sleepy 55% 55%
  • Happy 54% 54%
  • Euphoric 48% 48%
  • Hungry 39% 39%

Helps with

  • Stress 44% 44%
  • Depression 24% 24%
  • Anxiety 36% 36%
  • Pain 37% 37%
  • Insomnia 37% 37%

Negatives

  • Dry mouth 42% 42%
  • Dry eyes 26% 26%
  • Paranoid 10% 10%
  • Dizzy 10% 10%
  • Headache 4% 4%

Purple Kush is a pure indica strain that emerged from the Oakland area of California as the result of crossing Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani. Its aroma is subtle and earthy with sweet overtones typical of Kush varieties. Blissful, long-lasting euphoria blankets the mind while physical relaxation rids the body of pain, sleeplessness, and stress. Purple Kush will grow wide rather than tall, and will be ready for harvest following an 8-week flowering time.

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