Purple Nepal is a spicy smelling and dank hybrid that comes from exotic origins, which is obvious to the user immediately. This strain has a delicious earthy and fruity taste that complements its aroma well, and adds to its uplifting and invigorating effects on the body and mind.
Information about Purple Nepal:
Purple Nepal is a fruity and sour strain that was created by crossing an unknown original Nepalese strain with the Lemon Thai. This Indica dominant hybrid is known for being a particularly intense strain that has THC levels that can range, but is most commonly found at about 19%.
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This bud is a good mood in inducing smoke, that is popular for its distinct flavors and its mellow effects. Purple Nepal is known for being a medium level Indica and will mellow you out without leaving you stuck in stranded on the couch. This strain is easy to cultivate and does not need to be fussed over in order for it to flourish.
Information about Purple Nepal:
|ORIGIN||Original Nepalese strain mixed with Lemon Thai|
|EFFECTS||relaxed – 10|
happy – 8
euphoric – 8
sleepy – 4
tingly – 4
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||dry mouth – 10|
dry eyes – 7
dizzy – 1
headache – 1
paranoid – 1
|FRAGRANCE||dank, earthy, grape, sweet|
|FLAVORS||berry, flowery, spicy, herbal, fruity, grape, lemon, sweet|
|MEDICAL||stress – 10|
insomnia – 8
pain – 7
depression – 7
headaches – 4
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||8-9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||mid October|
|THC CONTENT %||19%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||60% / 40%|
|INDOOR YIELD||14oz/ m2|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||17oz/ plant|
|CLIMATE||sunny and warm mediterranean outdoor climate|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||resistant to common molds and mildew|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Purple Nepal is as relaxing as they come. This strain is all about soothing you from head to toe and making you feel like you are floating on an imaginary cloud of total and utter relaxation. Unlike most indicas, this strain won’t make you feel like you’re stuck on the couch and will allow you to still be on your toes.
If you are looking for a smoke to share with good company, with the goal of sharing a creative an inspiring conversation, then look no more. Purple Nepal will make you feel joyous and happy and in no time you will find yourself sharing the euphoria with those around you.
Purple Nepal can make you sleepy over time, and if you tend to get the munchies then you may even have some food cravings when smoking the strain. This hybrid Will make you feel tingly all over, and you will break out into a fit of giggles every now and so often.
Purple Nepal is a dank smelling bud that will make your nose feel itchy as soon as you come in contact with it. This strain has a strong aromatic presents that will make you think of sweet grapes and delicious earthiness, making your mouth water.
Purple Nepal will taste sweet and flowery on the first inhale, and your senses will delight with the flavors of spicy and sweet berries. On the exhale, you will taste a strong lemon flavor, that is highlighted by herbal and fruity undertones, making your experience extra enjoyable.
Purple Nepal can be strong with its THC levels reaching an average of 19%, so if you are not accustomed to a stronger strain, you are likely to feel some side effects. The most common side effects on the strain or that your mouth will feel dry and your eyes may feel a little irritated at times.
Other adverse reactions when smoking this strain may include a slight dizziness at times, which is enhanced further by the feeling of dehydration. Purple Nepal can leave you with a mild headache, which may even be accompanied by a slight tinge of paranoia.
If you are looking to use the strain for medicinal reasons, then you will find that this bud has many useful applications. Purple Nepal is very effective in the treatment of chronic stress, and can leave even the most difficult to treat patient in a blissful cloud of relaxation.
Purple Nepal can be used to treat persistent insomnia, allowing patients to fall asleep easier and to stay asleep for longer. This strain is also widely recommended for the treatment of chronic pain, especially for those who suffer from chronic migraines, back aches, joint pains and even glaucoma.
If you suffer from depression or any other mood related mental illnesses, you may benefit from the relaxing properties of this strain. Purple Nepal can also be quite effective in the treatment chronic headaches, especially if used regularly.
Growing this plant does not require much expertise, as it is quite easy to handle, and is not fussy in nature. Purple Nepal is happiest in the sun, and with lots of warmth for it to flourish in, and is best cultivated in a Mediterranean outdoor climate.
Purple Nepal grows into a medium-size plant and can be expected to yield an estimated average of about 14 ounces of bud per square meter planted. This strain grown indoors should take about 8 to 9 weeks to finish flowering.
Purple Nepal Grande outdoors can be expected to yield around 17 ounces per plant. This strain can be expected to finish lowering around the middle of October, which is when it will be ready for a harvest.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Purple Nepal? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.
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