Typical Effects

  • Happy
    Happy
  • Relaxed
    Relaxed
  • Sleepy
    Sleepy

Time of Day

  • Evening
    Evening

Common Usage

  • Insomnia
    Insomnia
  • Pain
    Pain
  • Stress
    Stress

Terpenes

  • Caryophyllene
    Caryophyllene
  • Humulene
    Humulene
  • Limonene Terpene
    Limonene

Flavors

  • Earthy
    Earthy
  • Pungent
    Pungent
  • Sweet
    Sweet

Negatives

  • Dizzy
    Dizziness
  • Dry-Eyes
    Dry Eyes
  • Dry-Mouth
    Dry Mouth

About Purple OG Kush

What Type Of Strain Is Purple OG Kush?

Purple OG Kush is a hybrid strain that is 70% Indica and 30% Sativa.

What Is The Strain’s THC Content?

The strain has a medium to heavy THC profile of about 20%. Remember, that judging the strength and efficacy of a strain solely off of its THC content is not a good strategy if you are trying to get the whole picture. We also recommend that users review the CBD profile, as well as its active terpenes.

What Kinds OF Terpenes Does It Have?

This flower’s terpene profile consists of Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Humulene, which is how it gets its famous citrus and sweet aroma.

What Does The Strain Help Treat?

Medical cannabis users have reported that POK has helped them treat the symptoms of insomnia, pain, and stress. Be sure to speak with your budtender about any questions or concerns you may have before starting to treat anything with cannabis, as there might be other strains that will work better with your internal chemistry.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

Users have reported minor side effects when using this strain, like dizziness, dry eyes, and dry mouth.

What Time Of Day Is Best To Take Purple OG Kush?

We recommend users take Purple OG Kush in the evening, or even just before bed, due to the tendency of the strain to cause sleepiness and relaxation.

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