With its strong cerebral effects, which can sometimes be psychedelic, Purple Haze is named after the Jimi Hendrix song about LSD. Even experienced cannabis users must consume this strain with care.
While Purple Haze’s history is a hazy mystery, stretching back to the 1960s, the popular strain is likely a cross between Haze and Purple Thai. Today, a variety of cannabis strains are sold under the name Purple Haze, with Haze serving as one parent and the other being one of the many “purple” cannabis varieties out there. Whatever a plant’s origin, the buds that bear the Purple Haze name unfailingly boast beautiful lavender hues, and a berry aroma and taste, sometimes reminiscent of grape candy.
This marijuana strain has some potent cerebral effects, which can enhance the senses and spark creative impulses. The euphoria and invigorating sensations of Purple Haze are best enjoyed by experienced cannabis users, rather than newbies.
Purple Haze’s energy- and mood-boosting properties make it a popular choice for medical marijuana patients suffering from depression and chronic fatigue. Mild physical effects may suit people looking for daytime relief of mild or moderate pain.
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