This nearly perfect hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) produces buds colored a deep forest green with violet leaves and calyxes with plenty of orange pistils. The aroma smells like a fruit salad, and when sparked up the smoke tastes of berries and sweet soil.
The most notable effect from Purple Hashplant is that it’s a knock-out, and it will instill a sleepy sense of couch-look soon into a smoke session. As the mind relaxes and gets giggly, a body tingle melts throughout the extremities. Along with stimulating appetite, this strain may be good for treating low moods, nausea, stress, and chronic pain or inflammation. It should be used only during the evenings or at nighttime.
Possible side effects from Purple Hashplant include cottonmouth, red eyes, and headaches or migraines in some users.
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The genetics behind Purple Hashplant are unknown, although this strain likely originated from somewhere in California.