Purple Thai Marijuana Seeds Information
Known for its purple color, Purple Thai is more than having a great hue. It is also rich in flavors anyone would enjoy. With a different touch of aroma, anyone would think that you drink either something like chocolate or coffee added with an earthy and pungent punch. It has different flavors as well that many users would surely love. From chocolate to coffee, something nutty, with some touch of spicy berry and citrus, Purple Thai is a mouth-watering strain.
Purple Thai is a Sativa dominant strain as a result of crossbreeding two great strains, Chocolate Thai and Oaxacan Gold. With a great amount of THC content, which ranges from 20% to 30%, this marijuana strain gives you an instant kicking effect. Since Purple Thai is quiet rich in psychoactive effects, many do not recommend this strain for first-timers and those with signs of anxiety. Yet, Purple Thai is also an excellent choice for treating stress, pain, and depression.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Purple Thai?
Purple Thai is one of the best strains when it comes to flavors. When using this strain, you will surely seem like drinking a cappuccino and not taking a dope. The combination of coffee and chocolate with an addition of spicy berry and citrus, are perfect savory flavors. Purple Thai is quite rich in THC. This is why this marijuana strain is not recommended for novice users as it gives an immediate cerebral flush directly hitting above the clouds.
What are the medical benefits of Purple Thai?
Purple Thai is a good choice for dealing with stress and depression, as well as a lack of appetite. With its high uplifting and energizing nature, Purple Thai is recommended to use in the morning as an energy booster.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Purple Thai?
Like any other potent strains, Purple Thai will surely give you a dizzy effect in every use and a strong psychoactive effect as a plus. This is the reason why this strain is not a good choice for those with anxiety and PSTD.
How to Grow Purple Thai?
Many growers suggested that in growing Purple Thai, the best choice is indoor cultivation. However, in other areas, outdoor growing does well too. Between October and November are the best months for harvesting Purple Thai outdoors, and in certain parts of Europe, greenhouse growing is the best recommendation. On the other hand, for indoor growing, SOG and SCROG techniques are the most suitable to reach a promising harvest. Either in hydro or in soil, Purple Thai grows well, but monitoring its temperature is a must. Leaving this strain at a lower temperature at the end of the growing cycle changes its color to violet and even blue.