Jimi Hendrix gave rise to the popularity of this sativa strain in 1967 when he wrote the classic “Purple Haze.” This particular strain is said to have been created from the crossing of sativa strains – Purple Thai and Haze. Purple Haze carries a sweet, earthy flavour with tones of berry and spice. The buds of this plant are typically vibrant purple – true to its’ name. It became grossly popular in the 60’s with psychedelics lovers because of the dreamy euphoria it has on users. Consumers can expect to experience a high-energy stimulation of the head and its’ senses, that in turn brings on a state of overall relaxation. Some report psychedelic experiences where light and sounds are more amplified.
Learn about its properties and medical effects below.