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Purple Dog Shit

Purple Dog Shit

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Grown by unknown breeders, Purple Dog Shit is a cross between Dog Shit and Purple Urkle. Its fragrance is like rotten grapes with a pungent earthy dank smell. It grows spade-shaped dark green nugs with bluish undertones covered in dark orange hairs and coated with dark amber crystal trichomes. Purple Dog Shit is hard to find outside of Washington, so it is best to stock up while you can.

Flavor and Effects of Purple Dog Shit

Purple Dog Shit is a flavorful concoction of overripe grapes and berries. It is mixed with hints of herbs that turns into a woody scent. An aftertaste of wet earth lingers in the mouth as you exhale.
Its cerebral and body high is potent. It delivers euphoria, happiness, an uplifted mood, and a stimulated mind. Along with it, a heaviness that makes you feel completely relaxed finishes the tri. It is best consumed in the morning or afternoon.

Medical Benefits of Purple Dog Shit strain

Purple Dog Shit has therapeutic properties that can help people who suffer from certain medical conditions. It is an analgesic, anxiolytic, stimulant, anti-depressant, and relaxant. It is perfect for pain, stress, anxiety, depression, muscle tension, spasms, nausea, and insomnia.

Negative Effects of Purple Dog Shit.

Just like any other marijuana strain, Purple Dog Shit manifests with side effects such as cottonmouth and dry, itchy eyes. You have to ingest a sufficient amount of water or fluids to wane the reactions. A good artificial eye moisturizer to soothe the irritated eyes will also come in handy. Dizziness along with anxiety, may bother you. Do not worry, this is temporary and disappears after some time. Just remember to use the strain according to one’s tolerance and always in moderation.

Growing Purple Dog Shit

This plant thrives both indoors and outdoors. Purple Dog Shit is not complicated to cultivate. It grows short and sturdy. It prefers a warm climate. It can withstand cold temperatures and strong winds. You may need to prune it from time to time. Remove dead parts. Choose high-quality organic soil for planting. Feed it with the proper nutrients. Watch out for mold and mildew, as well as parasites.