Purple Hashplant is a well-known, evenly-balanced hybrid strain of cannabis with an unknown genetic history. No one knows for sure which strains were crossed to create Purple Hashplant, neither do we know who the original breeder of the strain is. However, the cannabis community has concluded through years of debate that the strain hails from the kush family lineage. This daytime strain is what some would describe as a "mid" because of its low average THC concentration of 12%.
As the name suggests, Purple Hashplant buds transition from bright olive green into a deep purples and violets. Different harvests have different products, and some buds will lean more towards either green or purple. The scents produced by this bud are not only pungent and kushlike, but the aroma also contains a bit of tropical fruit and sweet flowers. The fruity aroma transitions into a brilliant flavor that contains a mix of fruit and berries with a kick of kush upon exhale.
Purple Hashplant is a strange strain, in that it is known to have effects a bit more powerful than its THC concentration lets on. In fact, most would probably see this strain on the shelf and easily pass it over for something a bit stronger even if it does mean a bump up in price. For those looking for cheap flower, Purple Hashplant fits perfectly into that role. This strain isn't as popular as it could be though, and it's almost exclusively found in medical marijuana dispensaries just east of Los Angeles. If you stumble upon some seeds of this plant, you're in for an easy-to-grow plant that flowers in just 8-9 weeks.
The effects of Purple Hashplant are unique and mild in nature but well balanced. The high from this strain is quite unique, as it balances creative energy with calming relaxation while also bolstering appetite. Purple Hashplant's broad spectrum of effects make it an excellent smoke regardless of your condition. It has been recommended by budtenders for consumers suffering from chronic pain, lack of appetite, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and more! However, its low CBD concentration makes it a poor choice for treating conditions like epilepsy.