Purple Haze itself is a slightly sativa-dominant strain with a sativa to indica ratio of 60:40. Super stimulating and thought-provoking, Purple Haze is both an excellent solo strain or one to share with some friends! And if you are sharing this strain with your significant other, Purple Haze is one of the most effective aphrodisiac strains out there! After first consuming Purple Haze, you may experience a slight pressure in your temples or your cheeks may become flushed.
This is pretty commonly experienced by many Purple Haze consumers and is nothing to worry about. In terms of Purple Haze’s effects, you can expect an uplifting, euphoric, and cerebral high. Due to its instant high-energy effects, the Purple Haze strain is considered to be one of the best wake-and-bake strains out there. Like Hendrix, you may also find yourself lost in a Purple Haze after consuming this potent and psychedelic strain. You will find yourself thinking more creatively and abstractly, and even mundane things may start to become more interesting. Purple Haze consumers say that this strain also has a psychedelic-like effect. You may experience a heightened perception to visual and auditory stimuli in particular. The Purple Haze strain may not be suitable for a novice smoker due to the combination of its psychedelic and potent effects.
The Purple Haze strain has a deliciously sweet blueberry aroma combined with sharper, spicier notes. A strong, earthy odor offsets these fruity and spicy aromas. Breaking open Purple Haze’s cured, dried buds reveals a slightly dank and musty smell with a slight tinge of berry. The Purple Haze strain has a mouth-watering combination of sweet and fruity flavors that are reminiscent of berries and grapes. Purple Haze’s sweet and spicy notes are most prominent on the inhale. On the exhale, this strain’s fruity, grape-like flavors are more apparent. The most distinctive feature of a Purple Haze plant is its beautifully vibrant purple hue. It also has prominent flowers that are medium to large in size. These flowers are spade-shaped in structure and have a broad base with a pointed tip. They are fluffy and soft and spiral outwards from their central stems. Purple Haze’s buds have a typically sativa-type loose structure. Purple hairs coat the nugs, which can sometimes be a bright blue color. These nugs intertwine with a generous coating of sticky, resinous, white trichomes. With long, thick nugs in a light green hue and deep purple undertones, a Purple Haze plant is indeed a sight to behold. In this section, I will give a brief overview of how to grow a Purple Haze plant. However, if you want a more in-depth guide, then you can click on this link: How to Grow Purple Haze Marijuana. The good news is that a Purple Haze plant’s grow difficulty is rated as easy. It is also naturally highly resistant to disease, which should make the growing process even easier. While a Purple Haze plant can be grown either indoors or outdoors, it thrives when grown outdoors in a warm and sunny Mediterranean climate. It is possible to achieve some pretty impressive yields by growing this plant indoors, too. This plant does well when grown in a rich soil medium and also when grown hydroponically.
As one may expect, Purple Haze grows tall like any good sativa should, so it is likely going to require quite a bit of maintenance and upkeep. Those of you who are brand new to cultivating cannabis may want to wait a while before taking this project on.
A Purple Haze plant will flower in about nine weeks when grown indoors. Outdoor growers can expect this plant to be ready for harvesting around late October. In terms of yield, indoor growers can expect an average return of around 19 ounces per square meter. If you are growing your Purple Haze plants outdoors, then you can expect an average return of approximately 14 ounces per plant. Experienced Purple Haze growers recommend shocking this plant by exposing it to cold temperatures just before the flowering period.