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About Purple Goat
Crafted in the early part of the decade, Purple Goat is the lovechild of growers at Cannabeizein, a group of Oregon OMMP cultivators. They crossed Trainwreck and Blueberry Skunk to create a strain that’s incredibly balanced despite its 70/30 sativa genetics and features flavors that will have you coming back for more.
It seems as if this plant was grown for everyone, as a mellow 17% THC average welcomes all users with open arms. Lumpy nugs take on a purple hue in certain lighting and are covered with clear trichomes that only add to the appeal. Scents and flavors tend to differ with this strain, as a skunky and berry aroma will wake up your senses while lemon, tea, and earth play on your tongue. Overall, it’s an experience that’s pretty tasty and uplifting.
Speaking of going to a higher place, Purple Goat offers users a burst of creative energy that helps anyone get through their day a little easier. Artistic expression tends to come easily here, so if you’ve been putting off a project or hoping to climb the wall of writer’s block, now is the time. Keep in mind that your thoughts will tend to drift in and out, so it’s not uncommon to stare off into space for a few solid minutes before being brought back to earth again.
Given that medical growers were the ones who brought this strain to life, one can only assume that Purple Goat will act as a magic potion for physical and mental concerns. Chronic pain, depression, anxiety, and more will all find themselves tossed by the wayside for a bit while you’re on this journey. Feeling stressed about work? Have those pesky monthly cramps? Never fear, Purple Goat is here.
Thankfully this strain is considered one that’s easy to cultivate at home, so if you can’t get enough from your dispensary, turn to your backyard or basement for extra relief. Taking only 8 to 9 weeks to flower, plants grow to about 6 ½ feet tall and yield a nicely sized harvest. Those who chose to cultivate outside will be pleasantly surprised with mature plants at the end of September.
Goats don’t always bring up the most pleasing thoughts - let’s face it, anything that eats trash is weird - but Purple Goat should bring a smile to your face in no time at all. Store some of this tasty bud away for the day when you want to encourage artistic inspiration or times when you need help managing a chronic condition. Leave it to Oregonians to develop a strain that has the ability to be everything to everyone.