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About Purple Thai
Thailand - the home of the hottest chilis, the happiest population, and the craziest nightlife. With so many things going for it, it’s no wonder that it’s also the birthplace of this dizzyingly potent sativa dominant hybrid. Born of Highland Oaxacan Gold and Chocolate Thai by Anesia Seeds, Purple Thai is a favorite amongst intermediate to advanced users.
THC levels of Purple Thai vary from 20% to 24% with an 80/20 sativa-dominant blend, meaning that novice users should beware, as this psychedelic journey may be too much for newbies. The nugs peak with a beautiful forest green tint enhanced by a sharp chocolate and nutty aroma. Earthy notes of citrus and coffee round out the flavor profile, giving it an almost mocha like taste. Sweet and savory, Purple Thai is like an exquisite desert smoke after a fine three-course meal.
With a hard-hitting cerebral rush, this strain will take you through space and time. Swim in the vast blackness of night and jump from mountaintops into a sea of floating colors as you have a trip like none other. Enjoy this bud at any time of day as it gives you a jolt of energy before slipping you into your own giggly mind. This strain is meant to be used however it suits your creativity best, be it alone or with friends, in public or at home. Some say that Purple Thai is better than a cup of coffee, making it a great morning strain.
For medical purposes, Purple Thai is best used by people who battle fatigue or depression because of its energetic effects, but it is also known to treat stress and chronic pain because of its ability to numb the body. Be forewarned, this is not a good bud for people who suffer from anxiety, PTSD, or for those new to marijuana use in general, as it can create strong psychoactive effects if you aren’t careful.
As the name would suggest, this plant does well in tropical locales and flourishes best in controlled environments or outdoors in hot climates with some humidity. With a flowering time of 11 to 13 weeks indoors and a late October harvest outdoors, this plant offers a higher than average yield and is relatively easy to care for, making it a favorite of intermediate growers.
Float above the white sand beaches of Phuket and let your mind drift to the far reaches of the jungles in Chiang Mai. Enjoy this fruit of Thailand on a magical buzz that’ll take both your body and mind to another level. If you’re looking to escape, you’ve found your exit.