Appearance & Aroma
The nugs of the Purple Headband are medium to large and are covered with orange hairs and purple leaves. The buds are dense, and the scent is floral and fruity with a touch of Kush. The active ingredient Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) levels in Purple Headband are generally around the mid-20 percent but have tested as high as 28 percent.
Effects & Benefits
When you consume this Hybrid, you may feel euphoric and energetic simultaneously. One may even encounter enhanced sensory perception and an improvement in mood, generating a favoured medication for ADD, ADHD, PTSD, bipolar depression and other mood-related disorders.
However, the most significant symptom Purple Headband relieves is headaches and migraines. Other frequent effects of this strain are giggly, hungry, relaxed, and sleepy. Due to these effects, Purple Headband may come in handy for treating conditions such as anxiety, loss of appetite and hyperactivity.
The Purple Headband strain should be grown indoors for the most promising results but can also be grown outdoors. When grown indoors, predict flowering between weeks 7 and 9. Expect buds to get very large quickly around the 6.5 to 7-week mark. When grown outdoors, harvest comes in mid-September. Yields are generally past average for both indoor and outdoor growth.