Purple Nepal

THC: 16-19% CBD: 0.08% Nighttime

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About this Hybrid Strain

Purple Nepal is a hybrid cannabis strain with a predominant Indica influence, celebrated for its soothing and sedative effects. This strain emerges as a progeny of the landrace strains Nepal and Lemon Thai, blending the robust, earthy qualities of Nepalese genetics with the uplifting, citrusy notes of Lemon Thai. Purple Nepal's balanced effects make it an excellent choice for those seeking relief from stress or looking for a means to unwind. Its ability to facilitate sleep also positions it as an ideal evening strain, offering a gentle descent into relaxation. The buds of Purple Nepal are dense and compact, featuring a rich tapestry of green and purple hues that reflect its genetic heritage. These colorful buds are adorned with a fine layer of trichomes, lending them a frosty appearance and signaling their potency. The presence of orange pistils adds a vibrant contrast, enhancing the visual appeal of the strain.

Purple Nepal carries an intriguing aroma that combines earthy undertones with a hint of citrus, a testament to its diverse lineage. This blend of scents translates into a flavor profile that is equally complex and satisfying. Users can expect a smooth smoke with a mix of earthy and lemony tastes, providing a refreshing and enjoyable experience.

The effects of Purple Nepal are characterized by a mellow and long-lasting sedative buzz that envelops the body in relaxation. Initially, users may experience a slight uplifting sensation that gradually gives way to a deep sense of calm. This strain excels in its ability to relieve stress and promote relaxation, making it particularly beneficial for those seeking to unwind in the evening. Additionally, its efficacy in treating chronic pain, anxiety, stress, and insomnia has been reported by many users, further solidifying its status as a versatile therapeutic strain.

Cultivating Purple Nepal is great for entry level growers, as it exhibits the resilient growth patterns typical of Indica-dominant hybrids. It thrives in both indoor and outdoor environments, with a flowering time of approximately 8 to 9 weeks. The terpene profile of Purple Nepal likely includes myrcene, known for its sedative properties; limonene, contributing to its citrusy aroma; and caryophyllene, which may help in alleviating pain and stress.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 16-19%
Δ9-THC: 0.54%
CBD: 0.08%
CBN: <0.01%
THC-A: 13.26%
Δ8-THC: <0.01%
CBD-A: 0.14%
CBC: 0.05%
CBG: 0.29%
CBG-A: 0.13%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Limonene: 1.65%
Linalool: 1.65%
Alpha Pinene: 1.13%
Beta Myrcene: 0.98%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.97%
Alpha Humulene: 0.74%
Terpinolene: <0.01%

Genetic Lineage

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Hybrid Lemon Thai
Hawaiian - Sativa Cannabis Strain
Sativa Hawaiian
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Sativa Thai
Thai Origin
Hindu Kush - Indica Cannabis Strain
Indica Hindu Kush
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Indica Nepal

Frequently Asked Questions About Purple Nepal

What is Purple Nepal?

Purple Nepal is an Indica-leaning hybrid strain, known for its sedative effects and ability to relieve stress and promote sleep.

Where does Purple Nepal come from?

Purple Nepal originates from a cross between Nepal, a landrace strain known for its earthy qualities, and Lemon Thai.

What does Purple Nepal smell like?

Purple Nepal has an earthy aroma with citrus undertones, reflecting the blend of its parent strains' characteristics.

What does Purple Nepal taste like?

The taste of Purple Nepal is a pleasant mix of earthiness and lemon, offering a smooth and refreshing smoking experience.

What color does Purple Nepal have?

Purple Nepal features dense buds with a mix of green and purple colors, highlighted by orange pistils and a coating of trichomes, showcasing its beauty and potency.

What effects does Purple Nepal have?

Purple Nepal delivers a mellow, long-lasting sedative buzz that promotes relaxation and stress relief, making it suitable for evening use and for treating chronic pain, anxiety, stress, and insomnia.

Is Purple Nepal an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?

Purple Nepal is an indica-dominant hybrid strain.