If you’re a fan of the cheese strains, Purple Cheese won’t disappoint. It emits a scent that like combining blue cheese with fresh berries that intensifies as you break it up. Its taste is a bit similar with earthen tones, and some that have smoked it have said it can be a bit harsh if you take big hits. Its buds are dense and shaped like cones with lots of yellow pistils and occasional shades of blue intertwined within its flowers.
THC levels can vary between the low teens and low 20’s so be sure to check how much is in your batch before fashioning a serving for yourself.
This indica-dominant hybrid is a cross between Purple #1, Blue Cheese, and Low Ryder. Some phenotypes have been tested as having higher-than-average CBD levels.
Some fans of this strain have said its effects are energetic at onset, but they transition into a light sedation as the high wears down. Reviewers note that it can relax muscles, help manage pain, and help with migraines or depression. Many enjoy it for its potential to create an overall feeling of relaxation that spreads from mind to body. Some have experienced a foggy mindset that they describe as pleasant, but hasn’t helped them focus much.
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Purple Cheese is a three-way cross off Lowryder, Blue Cheese, and Purple #1.