All About Purple Headband Weed Strain
Purple Headband is an Indica-dominant strain that tastes of pines and leaves a soft aftertaste. The medium-sized buds are covered with thick amber hairs. The dense nugs radiate with the fruity and floral aroma with a soupcon of Kush.
Purple Headband is believed to be a cross between OG Kush, Sour Diesel, Master Kush, and unidentified purple strain. Growers usually suggest it to be either Mendo Purple or Purple Urkle. An average level of THC in the strain is about 24%. Yet, it sometimes gets as high as 28%.
Purple Headband Strain Effects
The user feels an immediate uplift that is followed by a burst of energy and euphoria. Some reviews suggest that smoking this strain also enhances the sensory perception and increases one’s mood. That’s why doctors often prescribe it to those patients suffering from PTSD, ADHD, ADD, and bipolar disorder.
It is also prescribed to those who suffer from anorexia thanks to its ability to boost appetite. It is better to smoke the Purple Headband before going to bed. The euphoric and energetic high slowly shades into deep relaxation and severe sleepiness.
Thanks to the effects mentioned above, the strain is often recommended to those suffering from anxiety, depression, irritability, and physical tension. Yet, the core symptom that Purple Headband can relieve is severe headaches, and migraines.
To get the best harvest possible, the plant should be grown indoors. The flowering period takes up to 8-10 weeks.