It is a pure Indica hybrid strain bred by the legendary breeder, Dutch Passion. The genetics background is kept as a secret, but some said it hails from Australia. But it is not hidden to consumers that this strain is great for medical applications and of course, recreational use. It has low THC, so it will be recommended for novice smokers to enjoy it. The mellow high of this strain can be enjoyed by users of all levels.
It produces small, dense buds that look like pebbles in the hue of dark olive green with a rich purple tinge. They’re blanketed with sandy-like crystal trichomes and sticky resin. It’s suitable for evening and nighttime use due to its sedative properties.
Flavor and Effects of Purple Star
The flavor of this weed is a complex mixture of sweet berries and spices that will give your tongue a sticky feeling when inhaled. The exhale has sour-sweet pine flavor mingled with lime and citrus, so it leaves a sour note on your tongue. It is capable of giving instant sedation to its users. So puffing this weed will let you release the tension at the end of a busy day.
Smokers stay functional even if there’s a deep body buzz as it delivers relatively low effects. It’s quite a rewarding strain as you will feel warm and fuzzy.
Medical Benefits of Purple Star
This strain has helped medical marijuana patients to combat chronic health conditions. It can lessen the frequency, so patients are relieved and comfortable. Chronic and severe mental disorders like depression, anxiety, and more are given a reprieve. This weed provides restful nights to some people who have chronic insomnia and have been struggling for a long time.
It has anti-inflammatory properties that can ease out redness and swelling. It also alleviates spasticity. It is successful when it comes to soothing pain that can be temporary or chronic.
Negative Effects of Purple Star
The dry and parched mouth is the most common adverse reaction given to its users. So it’s best to drink a lot of water to retain moisture during pot sessions. Take a lower dose if you are an inexperienced smoker, as it may lead to itchy eyes, headache, and dizziness.
Growing Purple Star
About 50 percent of this marijuana plant produces purple buds. It flourishes within indoors and outdoor cultivation. Harvest from outdoor plantation can be expected in September. It prefers to develop under brisk weather, and it is also highly resistant to mold and common diseases. So it can allow beginners to handle its cultivation.
Indoors require a grow tent or area, and a hydroponic system will be great for the plants. Growers should be responsible for picking the right nutrients. LED lights can be used for its lighting system.