Grown by Oregon OMMP, Purple Goat is a cross between Blueberry and Trainwreck strain. It emits a fruity scent of berries and oranges. Broken nugs reveal an herbal overtone of grass. It turns spicy once combusted. Purple Goat’s buds have light lumpy nugs with rich purple undertones and hairs coated in lavender crystal-like trichomes.
Flavor and Effects of Purple Goat
Purple Goat is a flavorful concoction of herbs, spices, and grass. The taste turns sweet and fruity as you inhale. An aftertaste of berries and orange linger on the exhale.
Its cerebral and body high envelops you in euphoria and deep relaxation. You will be happy, focused, creative, hungry, and all the while at ease with the world around you. This strain is best used in the daytime.
Medical Benefits of Purple Goat
Medically speaking, Purple Goat has medicinal properties that can aid in a few health conditions. It can help people who suffer from anxiety, pain, depression, stress, spasms, nausea, loss of appetite, and insomnia.
Negative Effects of Purple Goat.
Purple Goat, just like any other cannabis strain, present with negative effects such as dry, itchy eyes and dry mouth. This is due to dehydration. Drinking lots of water is advised. Use an eye moisturizer to soothe the irritated eyes. Dizziness, along with anxiety and worse, paranoia, can happen to novices who have a low tolerance to the strain. As always, user moderation is advised.
Growing Purple Goat
Purple Goat is easy to grow even by beginner growers. It is a tall, thick, and sturdy plant. It thrives both indoors and outdoors. It loves an outdoor Mediterranean climate. It can withstand cold weather but avoid frost that can kill the whole lot overnight. You must also top the plant early so as to avoid cramping the space.
You can try the Screen of Green method when grown indoors. This results in higher yields. You can opt for soil that enhances the terpene profile of the bud. Soilless or the use of hydroponics will shorten the flowering time and help in faster nutrient absorption.