THCO Flower Purple Gas
Purple Gas THCO Flower is a balanced hybrid strain that leans just slightly sativa.
Well known for its giggle-inducing properties and uplifting effects, Purple Gas has become a go-to for enthusiasts who enjoy using cannabis as a mood booster or social lubricant. A perfect strain for psychonauts who enjoy an intensely powerful high shot-through with happy sensations and an all-over body buzz, Purple Gas (sometimes known as Purple Gasoline) is a genuine pick-me-up strain.
The PG high comes on like a freight train. Thanks to the potent properties of THCO, this organic flower is not to be taken lightly. Even experienced users find that small doses work wonders. Many have reported being sent into the stratosphere after just a couple of hits.
Purple Gas has a noticeable diesel-like aroma that can fill rooms with its pungency. The sticky and dense nugs of Purple Gas run from a deep green to dark purple and are dotted with white crystal trichomes. Every inhale brings a slightly sour taste that many users associate with damp earth (or dank buds) and the exhale reveals a slight hint of grape or semi-sweet fruit flavors.
Grown exclusively inside organic greenhouses, this Purple Gas THCO flower is created from pesticide-free CBD hemp flower. Once the plants are grown to full maturity, they are harvested, and hand-cured to provide the greatest potency available.
Our THCO is created from 100% natural cannabis buds through a proprietary solventless glazing process that creates a multicannabinoid isolate. That isolate is then kiefed on hemp flower to produce a completely organic and highly potent product.
What makes up the Purple Gas Strain
Purple Gas is a hybrid strain that is created by crossing Sour Diesel with Pre-98 Bubba Kush.
Pre-98 Bubba Kush is an indicate-dominant hybrid strain that has unknown parentage and became famous for its nearly pure indica effects. It affects the body with powerful calming sensations while leaving the mind free and clear. This strain is 85 percent indica and 15 percent sativa.
Sour Diesel, on the other hand, is a sativa-dominant hybrid that is composed of 90 percent sativa genetics. Sour D as it’s known, is a strong and popular strain that produces strong smells and stronger mental effects.
By combining these two strains, Purple Gas is a mixture of opposites. Luckily, it takes the best from both worlds. Its sativa-inspired effects are euphoric and chatty while the indica-produced sensations it delivers and relaxing and comforting. With these powers combined, Purple Gas has quickly become a go-to strain for fans of the well-balanced highs that deliver the total package of effects.
Like many hybrids and indica strains, the uplifting effects of Purple Gas can wear off after three hours or so, leaving users a bit tired. Best used in the evenings or after work or school, Purple Gas is a great way to enjoy your night then transition comfortably into bed. Users who smoke Purple Gas earlier in the day may need to take another round of hits if they want to stay lively and energetic.
How many purple strains are there?
The Purple family encompasses a vast array of strains that all share a single commonality: purple coloring.
While purple cannabis strains have long been rarer than other kinds, the advancement of modern breeding and growing techniques has spurred a proliferation of these varietals. Today, there are more than 400 documented types of purple cannabis strains—with countless others waiting in the wings to make their debuts on store shelves.
Why are there so many?
Some cannabis enthusiasts prefer strains that produce purple buds because they believe these strains share genetics that make them more potent than other varieties. A lot of this mythology traces back to some of the most powerful strains from years ago.
Grandaddy Purple, once of the most sought-after varietals and still a bestseller today, was probably the root of this myth. Because of its popularity, many hybrid strains were created from GDP, which led to the belief that purple coloring denoted powerful indica genetics.
However, those days are over. Now, we know that GDP turns purple due to an abundance of anthocyanins molecules, which causes cannabis buds to change color when exposed to prolonged periods of cold weather. It has nothing to do with the potency or amount of active ingredients in the plant.
Today’s purple strains have wildly divergent properties, ranging from mild body highs to intense psychedelic effects, and span the full range from indica to sativa.
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