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Purple Haze Strain

Review Last Updated: June 18, 2020
Roy Stevens
Product Review by Roy Stevens
Product Features
  • THC Levels up to 20%

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Purple Haze Strain.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Can be Cultivated Indoors & Outdoors
  • Fairly Easy to Grow
  • Long Lasting Energetic High

Cons

  • None

Purple Haze Strain Product Review

Jimi Hendrix paid tribute to Purple Haze in his eponymous, electric-guitar classic from the 1960s. It’s no wonder this strain of marijuana received homage from one of rock ‘n’ roll’s guitar legends. A few puffs of Purple Haze may take one to a psychedelic state of mind where creativity and imagination run wild.

For a good reason, Hendrix sang, “Purple Haze, all in my brain.” Purple Haze delivers a cerebral high, which induces a sense of euphoria evident in the way its consumers giggle and chat with one another. It’s a sociable strain that lifts mood and reduces anxiety in many of its users.

Purple Haze can produce some adverse effects, such as mild paranoia. However, most users report that Purple Haze’s positive effects outweigh any of its adverse ones.

Purple Haze thrives in sunny, warm climates similar to those of the Mediterranean regions. However, it does not fare too poorly in cooler climates either. Indoor growers ought to invest in hydroponic systems for Purple Haze as well as nutrient-rich soils.

With these conditions and intense lighting, indoor growers of Purple Haze can expect a yield of 19 ounces per square meter from the harvest, which often takes place at nine weeks.

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