This strain tends to hit the user right after ingestion, initially felt as a growing sense of pressure in the head. As this begins to build, so will the cerebral effects of Purple Haze. Many users report that they feel more sensitive to their surroundings and that the way that they process sensory information changes, creating a positive and slightly psychedelic experience. Purple Haze also tends to cause the consumer to become more chatty and sociable, which is why it’s a great strain to share with friends in a group setting! Many also find themselves getting lost in thought, with abstract concepts becoming more interesting to them. Whether you’re setting off on an introspective journey or one with others, Purple Haze is sure to enhance your experience!
Purple Haze is a relatively easy strain to grow, meaning that growers of just about every experience level can get solid yields out of it. This strain prefers a warm and sunny Mediterranean climate, but can also be grown in slightly colder Northern environments. You can grow it indoors or outdoors with success, and oftentimes the highest yields can be gotten by using a hydroponic setup. Purple Haze tends to have a flowering period of 9 weeks, with harvest time naturally occurring around mid October. If grown indoors, you can expect a yield of around 19 ounces per square meter. If you decide to grow outdoors, prepare to collect about 14 ounces per plant at harvest time.
With THC levels usually ranging in the low teens, Purple Haze might be a good strain to try for beginners since modern strains tend to jump up in the 20’s with THC levels. It’s popular because of the high it tends to create, often leaving reviewers claiming it increases energy, creativity, and appetite which are effects that many recreational consumers tend to enjoy, especially at a social level. Fans of this strain like to delve into their hobbies such as painting, song-writing, or any other creative outlet that keeps the mind busy and imaginative. Though it wouldn’t hurt to have some snacks nearby when trying this strain as well, since many reviewers report having the munchies. A warm body buzz has also been tied to this strain as a common effect felt by its fans, relieving mild aches in the body and bringing relaxation to muscles. Cotton mouth and dry eyes have been reported to be the most common negative side-effects of this strain, though paranoia may surface if consumed improperly.
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