Bred by Resin Snob, Purple Frost is produced by Samadhi Farms. It is a cross between Skunk #1 and Obama Kush. Purple Frost isn’t widely available and sold only in select medical marijuana dispensaries on the West Coast.
It grows jumbo buds held together in narrow, elongated formations that look like bullets. The leaves are an array of dark green, indigo, and deep purple coated in sugar-like trichomes. Its aroma is diesel, fuel, spices, as well as around, earthy undertone. It would remind you of damp soil or a dank earthy scent. When broken apart, sharp diesel fumes are notable.
Flavor and Effects of Purple Frost
Purple Frost is a flavorful concoction of earth, diesel, and sweet. Smooth and palatable, it is fruity and sour on the exhale.
It’s mellow cerebral high will bring you to a state of euphoria. You will be happy, focused and creative. Its potent body high brings complete relaxation from head to toe. You will be at ease to the point of sleepiness. This strain is best uses in the late afternoon or evening when you just want to lay back or when you are ready to sleep.
Medical Benefits of Purple Frost
Medically speaking, Purple Frost’s therapeutic properties include being an analgesic and relaxant. It can help treat people who suffer from pain, anxiety, spasms, and insomnia.
Negative Effects of Purple Frost.
Purple Frost, just like any other marijuana strain, present with side effects such as dry, itchy eyes and dry mouth. These are signs of dehydration and commonly seen in people using marijuana. Drinking lots of fluids, especially water, should lessen the reactions. You can also use an eye moisturizer to soothe those dry, irritated eyes. You can place a damp towel over your eyes. Dizziness along with anxiety, may happen. Don’t fret, this is temporary and disappears after some time.
Growing Purple Frost
Purple Frost’s seeds are not available online, but if you happen to get a clone or some rogue seeds, you can cultivate it both indoors or out. Outdoors, keep plants in a humid climate with temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees. To make the signature blue and purple hues, you have to expose your crops to nighttime temperatures between 55 and 65 degrees, just before flowering begins. For indoors, flowers blossom around the 8 to 9 weeks mark.
General measures in taking care of a cannabis plant include trimming it when it grows too high. Remove rotten parts. Plant it in a spacious area where they can freely thrive. Choose high-quality organic soil for planting. Feed it with the proper nutrients. Watch out for mold and mildew, as well as parasites that can damage the plant. Do not expose it to extreme temperatures.