Purple Haze Cannabis Review
Smoke Test and Grow Report
Purple Haze Cannabis Strain Review. The marijuana strain which inspired Jimmy Hendrix’s famous song purple haze.
It is a beautiful sativa that will make you turn your head to look and admire before you’ve even smoked it. It is rather productive and flowers quickly while not taking up too much height when stretching in the first three weeks of flower.
In terms of taste, it is really a good sativa / indica hybrid, it combines the subtle sweetness of sativas with the strength and freshness of fresh hashish with earthy spicy notes.
The taste is typical indica cross haze, just perfect; a mixture that will satisfy many of us.
The smoke is also strong but not aggressive, you can feel it in the throat but not harsh enough to make you cough or spoiling the most refined aromas.
As for the effect, it’s sativa! a big creative high that slightly tightens the temples, followed by a light heady stone.
It’s an herb that I would probably recommend to musicians and painters who like to smoke to find inspiration. In the evening it can even prevent sleep if you have too many thoughts running around in your mind.
Growing Purple Haze
For the grow, I do not necessarily recommend it for the first time grower unless it is from a known cutting, or you are growing individual plants.
The reason I say this is there can be a difference in height between the plants grown from seeds.
This can lead to the inexperienced grower struggling to get light to the shorter plants whilst at the same time trying to stop the tops of the plants of the taller phenos from burning on the lights.
Having said that It is not too big and produces well so it will be suitable both outside in warm countries or indoor.
One nice aspect of purple haze is that not only does it have purple flowers, but about 70% of phenos have purple leaves, (especially if nighttime temps fall low).
Finally, it is a really nice sativa indica which will be good for experienced growers and also novices alike who are familiar with growing sativas.
Let us leave with the music. : )