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Jimi hendrix strain

For lovers of rummaging in the newsagents, several sources point out that according to an article from the Rolling Stone magazine talking about the Monterey Pop Festival (published around the end of 1980), much of the festival’s audience also went to the Monterey festival under the effect of a purple acid. The same article stated that Owsley had his people parked at the front doors holding huge jars filled with purple cardboard tongues inviting festival goers to pick up handfuls.

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However, the story of Purple Haze marijuana changed dramatically at the precise moment when this glorified term was used in the song of Jimi Hendrix. The majority of the people believed the song has been created around the story of this super-potent LSD created by Owsley Stanley and not by the story of this cannabis specimen. Nonetheless, Stanley named this LSD “Purple Monterey” in anticipation of waiting for the Monterey Pop Festival during which Hendrix would presumably consume either marijuana or LSD before taking the stage. In this way, it remains unclear whether the name of Purple Haze comes from one or the other.

Purple Haze is a name used to describe a specific variety of clearly purple Marijuana. In fact, this name was originally used to describe a type of LSD that was sold in the 60s and 70s impregnated with a purple blotting paper. Later, this marijuana strain has gained this famous name thanks to its high potency and high concentration of crystals.
There are no questions about smoking the Jimi Hendrix strain. Ask one?
Purple Haze marijuana was apparently originated in Colombia from which it was obtaneid and standardized from the epic Haze strain of the Haze Brothers and Sam The Skunkman. Besides it immense potency, it stands out for the color it acquires when exposed to low temperatures during the flowering period. In fact, the leaves and calyxes change from a dark green to a lavender blue color or to a very intense violet/purple color.
According to an article published at High Times magazine and written by Bruce Eisner from the early January 1977, Eisner states that he had interviewed Tim Scully, one of the men involved in the creation of LSD. According to Scully’s statements, Owsley Stanley began developing LSD in Los Angeles in 1965, where LSD was legal. Owsley created LSD in 270 micrograms tablets of purple (Purple Haze) and white (White Lightning) colors. LSD was outlawed in 1966 and Owsley was arrested in December 1967. The song of the same name was created precisely in the same year, so Jimi Hendrix may have used this name to refer to that blotting paper or to this mariijuana strain.
However, the story of Purple Haze marijuana changed dramatically at the precise moment when this glorified term was used in the song of Jimi Hendrix. The majority of the people believed the song has been created around the story of this super-potent LSD created by Owsley Stanley and not by the story of this cannabis specimen. Nonetheless, Stanley named this LSD “Purple Monterey” in anticipation of waiting for the Monterey Pop Festival during which Hendrix would presumably consume either marijuana or LSD before taking the stage. In this way, it remains unclear whether the name of Purple Haze comes from one or the other.

Below you can find a list of strains that are parents and predecessors which led to the medicinal effects and properties of the Jimi Hendrix cannabis strain. It was through the breeding of these strains which led to the production of Jimi Hendrix marijuana seeds, while attempting to cultivate their combined effects and therapeutic properties. To breed your own Jimi Hendrix seeds, you would need to cultivate a mixture of the following strains:

There are no questions about smoking the Jimi Hendrix strain. Ask one? Jimi Hendrix Marijuana Strain Strain Flavor When smoked or converted into an edible

Jimi hendrix strain

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