[Canna Trust] Flower - 3.5g - Purple People Eater
Flower

[Canna Trust] Flower - 3.5g - Purple People Eater

$40.00
each
Total THC23.4%
Purple People Eater is named for a novelty song from 1958, but the strain’s name also refers to its stunning purple flowers. This indica-leaning hybrid has a complex background consisting of indicas Grandaddy Purple, Purple Urkle, and Pure Afghan. It offers deeply sedative effects to complement its colorful, aromatic flowers. Purple People Eater’s flowers stand out right away with their exceptional color and size. The large buds maintain a tight, compact structure and taper down from a broad base into a pointed tip. The small, coiled leaves are a mix of olive green and deep purple -- these latter colors are due to the presence of pigments called anthocyanins that are activated by cold weather in the growing process. This bud has an aroma that is fruity at first, with berry and grape overtones. Closer inspection reveals simultaneously sweet and skunky aroma, similar to fermented vegetable matter. Purple People Eater’s soothing and therapeutic relaxation can also have many benefits for medical cannabis patients. The strain can temporarily distract from the troubling symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety. It can also dull physical pain, whether it’s temporary, as due to injury, or chronic, as due to conditions like lupus or arthritis. Anti-inflammatory properties may lessen the irritation caused by everyday annoyances like headaches. Because it isn’t likely to trigger the kind of obsessive introspection caused by more sativa-leaning strains, Purple People Eater is a good option for patients who are prone to panic or paranoia.  

More about this strain: Purple People Eater

Purple People Eater — named for the 1950s song of the same name and the bud's purple streaks — is a strain of unconfirmed origin. Online sources believe it is a cross between Lapis Mnt. Indica and Grand Daddy Purple, while others believe Afghan and Purple Urkle are also part of its family tree. The top reported aromas of the Purple People Eater strain are tropical fruits, berries, and earthy grapes. And it is said to taste like citrus, grapes, and sweet earth.

Purple People Eater — named for the 1950s song of the same name and the bud's purple streaks — is a strain of unconfirmed origin. Online sources believe it is a cross between Lapis Mnt. Indica and Grand Daddy Purple, while others believe Afghan and Purple Urkle are also part of its family tree. The top reported aromas of the Purple People Eater strain are tropical fruits, berries, and earthy grapes. And it is said to taste like citrus, grapes, and sweet earth.

Top reported strain effects

  • Hungry

  • Relaxed

  • Tingly

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