All About Purple Goo Weed Strain
The THC concentration is quite decent, usually ranging from 20-21%. At the same the CBD ratio is approximately 0.5%. This marijuana might be not the best option for beginners and even experience smokers should consume it carefully.
Besides a range of various properties, Purple Goo is also famous for its remarkable flavors. The bud emits strong piney and floral aromas with slight hints, resembling of diesel and lime. On the other hand, the flavor is a sweet mix of grapes and berries with an earthy undertone. After exhaling, the smoke is smooth and full of fruity sweetness.
Such a complicated pallet of flavors emerged due to the following terpenes:
Purple Goo provides a creeping high, which reveals itself with noticeable pressure around the eyes and a feeling of heightened perception. Then the mind becomes calm and the consumer receives a boost of creativity. With that, the high also lifts the mood and increase in focus. According to reviewers, it starts with an energizing effect but if not into any activity, one may become rather sedated.
Thankfully to its high potency, the strain may also induce a range of side effects. If consumed unreasonably, Purple Goo may become a cause of:
- Dry eyes and mouth
- Slurred speech
- Panic attacks
This kush can serve as a beneficial remedy for the following disorders:
- Bipolar disorder
- Muscular dystrophy
- Lack of appetite
- Chronic pain
Purple Goo Growing Info
At the moment, there are no available offers for seeds purchase on the Internet. The plant can be grown both indoors and outdoors. However, for outdoor cultivation it requires a warm semi-humid climate, like Mediterranean. Purple Goo plants are pretty short and bushy, which is perfect for indoor growing. If growing indoors, the average yield is about 400 gr/m2 and if outdoors – 550 gr/plant. The flowering time takes approximately 74-81 days and the best time to harvest is within 88-95 days.