Purple Bush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
18 - 21%
Yield
10 - 12 oz per square meter (indoors); 12 oz or more per plant (outdoors)
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 to 9 Weeks
Climate
Warm
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Short
Flavors
Grape, Berry, Sweet, Lavender, Floral

Where To Buy Purple Bush Marijuana Seeds

Purple Bush Marijuana Seeds Information

The genetics of this hybrid strain is carefully guarded by its breeder, Leafs by Snoop. It is handpicked by the popular rapper, Snoop Dog and who owns the mentioned company. It carries small, light green nugs mixed with rich purple undertones and covered with crystal trichomes with lavender shade. This weed is sedative and relaxing and you may want this to add on your list to experience another strong strain.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Purple Bush?

It has a sweet floral, berry profile flavor profile as the exhale is like cotton candy. The effect is what we can expect from a strain that belongs to a purple family. It can make consumers happy in deep relaxation. Though it can give you creative energy, you’ll still be able to experience utter calmness. Your whole body will fall into deep relaxation until you fall asleep tightly in many hours.

What are the Medical Benefits of Purple Bush?

This is used to treat eating disorders like anorexia or appetite loss. It can help patients overcome insomnia, stress, depression and chronic pain.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Purple Bush

Users should keep themselves hydrated while consuming this strain. Water and soda will be fine except alcoholic beverages to retain moisture so eyes and mouth won’t be dry.

How to Grow Purple Bush?

This weed would love to be cultivated in a controlled environment so growers should control the important factors that support its growth such as lighting, temperature, and humidity. Though it has hardy branches, you may still want to give it a support system for its dense buds buys using strings, wires or plant cage.

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