Purple White Lightning Strain Information
A combination of two west coast classics, Purple White Lightning, results from combining parent strains White Lightning and Purple Kush. This hybrid strain is bred by the British Columbia Seed Company. If it’s BC bud, it’s bound to be good!
Appearance, Flavour, and Effects
Purple White Lightning inherited trains of staying short from its parent strains. The buds are light green with strands of purple and a heavy layer of resin-soaked trichomes.
The aroma of this hybrid strain is quite musky. It has notes of lemon, pine needles, and spices. Puffing on this strain will transport you to a fresh and crisp walk through a stunning BC forest! True to its scent, the flavours of Purple White Lightning are akin to its smell. The taste is fresh with notes of citrus, spice and earthy tones.
The sativa genetics of this strain delivers a powerful rush of euphoria and energy. At the same time, its indica side provides restful relaxation that eliminates tension and pain. It truly is the best of both worlds!
But, a word to the wise. Some users report feeling very dazed and disoriented when using this strain. Others even report experiencing visual hallucinations.
Still, the general consensus is that Purple White Lightning likes to play tricks on the mind. This strain has THC levels reaching up to 15%. These characteristics mean that it’s best left to afternoon or evening use!
If you plan on indulging in this strain, be sure that you have some tasty treats on hand! This dank bud is also known to induce the munchies.
The uplifting and euphoric properties of Purple White Lightning make it excellent for treating depression, stress, anxiety and mood disorders. The sedating and relaxing physical traits make it ideal for conditions including physical fatigue, inflammation, pain and nerve pain. This strain is also great for appetite-stimulation, promoting feelings of hunger.
Common side effects of this strain are dry mouth and red eyes. Paranoia may also occur in some users.
Depression, Stress, Anxiety, Fatigue, Inflammation, Pain, Nerve Pain, Muscle Spasms