If you enjoy grape candy or blueberry muffins, you’re sure to love the scent and taste of Purple Punch. This heavy indica strain has a distinct aroma coupled with a flavor that’s similar to sweet berries. It’s been dubbed a dessert strain, not only because of its scent and taste, but because it’s proponents say it is best used after dinner due to its relaxing and often sedating effects that offer them a great night’s rest.
Its parents strains are Larry OG and Granddaddy Purple. Its THC levels vary in the mid-20’s, but both novice and veteran consumers alike explain that they enjoy this strain so long as the proper amount is used. Consumers of this strain say that when over-indulging in the sweet essence of Purple Punch, the body feels intense waves of relaxation and it may make you become drowsy or fall asleep too easily. They say it’s high begins to spread its relaxation through the head and scalp, working its way down the spine and into the limbs. Some medical consumers have reported that this strain is a good choice for managing stress, body aches, insomnia, migraines, and nausea. They say it can help calm racing thoughts, but don’t expect to be too focused.
When you’re lucky enough to open up a package of Purple Punch, you’ll be delighted not only by its sweet and pungent scent, but by its colorful purple and deep green appearance. A well-cultivated batch will produce large and dense nugs, covered with a layer of trichomes that frosts all its tips.
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