The breeders of Purple Haze are unknown. However it has been established that this strain is a cross between Purple Thai and Colombian Haze, both of which are sativa dominant hybrids. It is also believed that this strain could have been named after the popular 1967 hit song “Purple Haze” by Jimi Hendrix.
Most Purple Haze consuming patients have reported the following common positive effects:
Commonly reported side effects of consuming Purple Haze as reported by patients include the following:
Patients who consume the Purple Haze strain of medicinal marijuana have reported both negative and positive effects when using the product. Some common and some rare.
This strain contains a mix of terpenes that contribute to its smell and enhanced entourage effects. Predominantly it contains limonene, linalool, myrcene and pinene. Limonene has been shown to have anti cancer effects in lab settings. Pinene is an effective bronchodilator; myrcene kills pain while linalool the lavender smelling terpene reduces anxiety and promotes sleep.
This strain has moderate THC amounts, ranging in the lower teens. This makes it favorable for beginners trying recreational cannabis for the first time. The high associated with this strain is the energizing kind that spurs creativity and artistic ingenuity, perhaps the kind that would appeal to creative melancholies.
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