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About this Hybrid Strain
The dense purple-hued buds of Purple Goat emit an intoxicating scent of berries masked with a hint of skunky earthen soil. Purple Goat has an average THC level in the mid-teens, inviting both veteran and novice consumers alike to try it for its reported diverse effects.
Reviewers have indulged in this strain’s which purportedly provides a sense of well-being and calm for many people accompanied with a body high that alleviates most aches and pains. Some have reported feeling an increase in creativity and artistic expression, while others have stated they’re more spacey and distracted than creative. This may depend on how it interacts with your body chemistry.
Frequently Asked Questions About Purple Goat
- What is Purple Goat?
Purple Goat is a sativa-dominant hybrid that hails from two famous parent strains.
- Where does Purple Goat come from?
Purple Goat is a cross of Trainwreck and Blueberry Skunk
- What does Purple Goat smell like?
Purple Goat's dominant aroma is skunk. It is both gassy and sour and has undertones of herbs and berries.
- What does Purple Goat taste like?
Purple Goat has a smooth and rich flavor that is earthy, herbal and a bit spicy. Its aftertaste is where the sour skunk flavors become more apparent.
- What color does Purple Goat have?
Purple Goat has bright minty-green buds with highlights of deep purple. It has burnt-orange pistils that are thin and short and glued to the buds with its thick coating of golden trichomes.
- What effects does Purple Goat have?
Reviewers of Purple Goat enjoy it for its blend of cerebral and physical effects. They say the first half of the high is felt in the head as they notice an elevation in their mood and energy level. They say it helps them explore their creative mind while dialing in their focus and motivation to complete outstanding tasks. Physically, people say Purple Goat makes them feel calm without being overly relaxed.
- Is Purple Goat an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Purple Goat is a sativa-dominant hybrid.