Appearance & Aroma
Purple God’s flowers catch the eye right away. Usually medium to large, these nugs have a pronounced spade-like shape, tapering down from a broad base into a pointed end. These tight nugs also have a classically Indica bud structure, with tiny leaves coiled tightly inward toward their stems.
Most notably, the leaves are green, mixed with hues of purple ranging from faint to deep indigo. These purple hues result from pigments called anthocyanins, which can trigger the production of colours other than green when stirred by cold weather during the growing cycle. A coating of trichomes caps off these already-colourful flowers, accounting for their psychoactivity.
Effects & Benefits
Aside from odd physical sensations like a throbbing around the forehead, users may detect an uplift in mood. Involuntary smiling, heavy eyelids, and a suddenly easygoing outlook can be expected. Purple God’s high takes effect slowly, taking several minutes after users have savoured its pleasant clouds before showing itself.
Some changes in sensory perception are also commonly reported, including an intensification of certain sights or sounds. A few users may even undergo such trippy phenomena as distortions in in-depth perception and in their capability to gauge the passage of time. Aside from these sensory changes, Purple Bud does not significantly alter the user’s cognitive skills. Rather than an increase in cerebral patterns of thinking, consumers tend to experience a more mild kind of mental stimulation.
While you may not be capable of executing complex tasks, your creative inhibitions may be lifted, allowing for profound daydreaming. As the high continues, a soft body melt sinks in, making this strain as physically therapeutic as it is mentally liberating.
Fortunately, this strain allows the stimulated mind to stay active even as it starts to immobilize the body. Due to its progressively sleepy vibes, Purple God is a strain best enjoyed at night.