Hence, it is normal for users to feel dryness in the eyes and the mouth. A more uncommon experience is dizziness and a temporary headache. However, one can easily avoid the discomfort by pacing consumption. On the other hand, the dry spell can be managed by down a few glasses of water throughout or after the session. Stress relief is one of the many reasons why users smoke cannabis.
Its up to 1% CBD, as well as cannabinoids like THC and terpenes, provide reprieve against the harmful effects of chronic stress which include the early onset of mental and physical afflictions. Its energizing effects are among its greatest attributes. Purple Power Strain – Image Powered by medicalpotvalet.com. Meanwhile, its soothing euphoria calms the overwhelming dread and anxiety. Hence, it is not only a great stress reliever as well as a natural anti-depressant that helps long-sufferers of the mental health issues like depression and PTSD. At the same time, it enlivens fatigue or exhaustion either due to disease, disorder, or overwork. High levels of THC contribute to a strain’s efficacy as an analgesic.
Because of this, Purple Power is an impressive painkiller that delivers a soothing buzz all over the body. It soothes various types of aches and pains beginning from the temples. Its anti-inflammatory properties appease redness while reducing swelling that can sometimes trigger muscles to contract. Hence, it can also be used as an anti-spasmodic substitute that temporarily manages sudden muscular spasms which deliver a range of pain signals to the brain. Purple Power is a tropical strain with a preference for long hours under the sun. Because of this, it flourishes best in the Mediterranean where the climate is warm and semi-humid. This is not to say that the plant will not flourish in the northern hemisphere. Rather, it may take time to soak up more sunlight due to its short day hours. Purple Power Strain Growing – Image Powered by ebaumsworld.com. The plant is quite resilient to the cold, as often is the case of purple strains. It flowers early from the second to the last week of September. Each plant flowers 510 to 1,020 grams of buds once ready for harvest. Of course, it will still need to be protected against frost in case of an early winter. Controlling factors such as lighting, temperature, and humidity are done by making a few adjustments to the intensity of light or the amount of air let out by the ventilation system. Moreover, growers can expose the plant to more light. Its height can be a problem as it not only cramps the space but interferes with light and air distribution in the lower nodes. With that said, Purple Power has a short indoor flowering period of 7 to 9 weeks. It produces between 510 to 680 grams of buds per square meter. Growers can further improve yields by employing plant training techniques like the Screen of Green method. The screen not only evenly distributes light but also provides support for its thin branches so it does not break during massive bud production.
Not only that, it is available in feminized form too.
Because of this, growers need not apply pre-germination techniques such as overnight soaking as the whole batch is guaranteed to be females.