The buzz generated from this strain resides primarily in the head, leading to fluffy thoughts, heightened moods, and creative spurts of imagination. For medical patients, Purple Dream may help with treating anxiety, inflammation, stomach upset, chronic pain, arthritis, muscle spasms, or cramps. For some people it may be best to save this strain only for daytime use, but others may find that it works fine during the day or night and will not compromise one’s ability to fall asleep.
The most common side effects from Purple Dream are cottonmouth and red eyes.
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Purple Dream is a child blended together from Blue Dream and Granddaddy Purple, two legendary strains. Lab data shows its potency caps around 15% THC, making it of average potency.