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Purple Snow

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About this Hybrid Strain

When we hear of yellow snow, we immediately know what to think. With Purple Snow however, things aren’t as clear. The Purple Snow cannabis strain is a cross between Purple Urkle and Snowcap. Its leaves can be either a hunter-green or purple color depending on the temperatures used during cultivation. Purple Snow’s brown and orange pistils make up much of the buds’ surface area. A thick fur of trichomes adds white patches that brighten the green underneath. This gives the appearance of lime-green leaves in small areas throughout the flower.

The Purple Snow strain has an earthy odor reminiscent of fresh grass clippings as well as oranges, limes, and lemons. Combusting this strain amplifies the sweet and sour citrus flavors.

The feedback on Purple Snow has been excellent. Users report a cerebral rush that brings a spark of creative energy, courtesy of its Haze ancestry. Tension and worry dissipated for them despite the speeding up of the mind. Focus may have been difficult as thoughts seemingly drifted about. The muscles of the body purportedly released tension as aches and pains seemingly evaporated. Some arthritis sufferers have used Purple Snow to help alleviate joint pain. As the psychoactive high weaned, the craving for food increased for some.

Purple Snow THC levels tend to average between 16 and 20%.


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Frequently Asked Questions About Purple Snow

What is Purple Snow?

Purple Snow is a sativa-dominant cannabis strain known for its purple leaves, citrus taste, and long-lasting effects.

What does Purple Snow mean?

Purple Snow means that the Snowcap cannabis strain was crossed with Purple Urkle.

Where does Purple Snow come from?

Purple Snow comes from a cross between Snowcap and Purple Urkle.

What does Purple Snow smell like?

Purple Snow smells like pungent citrus fruits and fresh grass clippings.

What does Purple Snow taste like?

Purple Snow has an earthy taste with sweet and sour lemon-orange citrus flavors.

What color does Purple Snow have?

The Purple Snow buds have either hunter-green leaves or purple leaves (when exposed to lower temperatures). Light brown and dark orange pistils cover much of the buds’ surface area. A thick fur of trichomes adds white patches that brighten the green underneath. This gives the appearance of lime-green leaves in areas throughout the flower.

What effects does Purple Snow have?

Users report a cerebral rush that brings a spark of creative energy, courtesy of its Haze ancestry. Tension and worry dissipated for them despite the speeding up of the mind. Focus may have been difficult as thoughts seemingly drifted about. The muscles of the body purportedly released tension as aches and pains seemingly evaporated. Some arthritis sufferers have used Purple Snow to help alleviate joint pain. As the psychoactive high weans, the craving for food increases.

Is Purple Snow an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Purple Snow is a sativa-dominant hybrid, approximately 80% Sativa and 20% Indica.


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