Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica
purple hashplant strain is an evenly-balanced hybrid with a combination of cerebral and body effects (it has a sativa/indica ratio of roughly 50:50). The high is hungry and creative yet lazy and calming, euphoric and giggly yet sleepy at the same time. That makes this a solid choice for medicating sleep disorders, lack of appetite, anxiety, migraine headaches, chronic pain, and stress. But it’s not such a good selection for patients who suffer from severe seizure disorders or other maladies that require CBD, as the concentration of that chemical is very low, judging by the lack of publicly available test results. THC levels are also hard to determine, yet there is no reason to think purple hashplant strain is either especially potent or especially weak. It produces a fruity berry aroma and a similar taste, while the buds are dark green and purple with orange hairs. Adverse effects include dry eyes and dry mouth, but other negatives appear to be less likely. Though purple hashplant strain has its fans, it isn’t particularly popular anywhere; still, it might be found at medical marijuana dispensaries in California’s Inland Empire.