Purple Punch is a strain of cannabis that packs a powerful punch! It’s a popular indica-dominant hybrid bred from two iconic parent strains, Grand Daddy Purple and Larry OG. Purple Punch delivers an intensely fruity taste and odor, and when smoking or vaporizing it could best be described as having an almost candy-like fruity flavor. Purple Punch is perfect for those looking to experience euphoria without feeling overwhelmed from sedation. As Purple Punch is commonly known for its sedated effects, users often find that consuming smaller doses can help them aviod some of the more intense feelings of laziness or tiredness common with other indica hybrids.
Purple Punch hash
Purple Punch hash is an exciting and unique extract that is quickly gaining popularity in the cannabis products market. The Purple Punch hash is a full-spectrum extract with potent effects, created by pressing Purple Punch flower rosin with bubble hash through a fine sieve. Purple Punch’s distinctive deep purple color contrasts sharply with the golden hues of typical bubble hash, providing both visual and flavorful appeal. With subtle notes of grape, plum, and bubblegum, Purple Punch offers an enticingly sweet profile in addition to its well-balanced cannabinoid effects. Purple Punch has something for every enthusiast looking for a spirited yet smooth experience.
Purple punch review
As an 80/20 Indica-dominant hybrid, Purple Punch exhibits relaxing, nearly sedative properties—more like a pleasantly spiked punch at a party. These effects could be at least partially thanks to the presence of a significant amount of CBD in this strain, which may exhibit anti-anxiety effects.
Pros and cons of smoking hashish
- They will get you super-duper high
- Cost-effective—just like dabs, a little bit goes a long way
- Great for medical patients or other folks who want a high dose of THC
- They’re a fun novelty and good conversation-starter
- They will get you super duper high (not always a good thing for everyone)
- They’re messy—most people smoke them in glass; you can roll them in a joint or blunt, but don’t put them in a grinder
- Keep them in a cool, dry place; you don’t want them getting all melty on you
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