About Purple Tears
Purple Tears was the inaugural strain bred in 2013 by Dirt Farmer Genetics, and since then she’s taken off in popularity. A fairly evenly balanced hybrid that sometimes expresses varying effects depending on cultivation, she’s the cross between Querkle and DelaHaze. Great for daytime use to put some pep in your step, Purple Tears is loved by recreational and medical users around the nation.
A moderate bud that’s ideal for all experience levels, you can find Purple Tears with an average of 15% THC. Bright undertones of purple and orange pistils offset her dusty green color, and trichomes almost glitter purple under certain lighting. A fairly classic Purple family set of aromas and flavors await you, with notes of diesel, berries, grapes, and earth all mingling on your palate for a bold and savory treat.
If you’ve been down in the dumps lately, Purple Tears, strangely enough, will put a smile on your face. Your high will kick things off right with a cerebral boost that brings you to a happy place, whatever that version looks like for you. You won’t necessarily gain more focus or energy like you would with other hybrids, but at least you’ll be in a good mood. Before long, a relaxing set of body tingles take hold of you, and while more experienced users may find this to be just fine, newbies may feel slightly sedated. Remember, Purple Tears brings one good case of the munchies, so stock up on snacks ahead of time.
Given that she’s pretty powerful when it comes to imparting both mental and physical effects, Purple Tears has become a prime choice for medical cannabis users. The ability to wipe away depression with a few tokes is nothing short of impressive, and other ailments including headaches, fatigue, or nausea can be quelled pretty easily. One word of warning should be given however for those who sometimes experience anxiety after smoking - this is not your bud.
Dirt Farmer Genetics has really sunken a lot of love into this strain, and those who want to grow their own Purple Tears at home will be pleased to find that she’s fairly cooperative. Indoor, outdoor, and greenhouse environments will all do her just fine, and after a mere 9 weeks of growth, she’ll be ready for harvest.
If you’re actually crying, Purple Tears will turn your mood around in no time, and if you’re not, she’ll still make you feel pretty darn good. Enjoy this bud in the daytime to help you get through a tough day, or save some for a weekend adventure when you want to feel incredible. Newer users should probably experiment with this strain during the afternoon or early evening just to make sure they don’t become too lethargic.
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