The Purple CBD proudly displays its violet and purple colors with small light green notes. The pistils are also well pronounced and tend towards an intense orange. The Purple CBD flowers are dark and regular. They are airy and well manicured. A nice layer of trichomes makes this hemp flower as shiny as some of its cousins.
It is a very special flower. Indeed, like the Berry, it has a color due to the presence of anthocyanins. Depending on this protein and other parameters such as pH or temperature, the colors of the flower can change and tend towards this famous and intense purple.
Flavours and aromas
The Purple CBD delivers a tangy, slightly sweet scent. It can recall a smell of berries such as cranberry or aromatic plants such as thyme, bay leaf or cardamom. Some people report a herbaceous and floral aftertaste on the palate.
CBD level and characteristics
Our Purple Haze CBD is one of our hemp flowers with the highest rate of CBD. The level of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is kept under the regulatory 0.2% in order to offer you a guaranteed relaxation experience without the psychotropic effects.
This strain is sativa dominant, perfect for relaxing throughout the day and giving yourself a boost.
It was cultivated in a greenhouse, the so-called “greenhouse” method. The latter allows plants growing in these skylights to be further protected from parasites and surrounding nuisances.
This genetics is highly valued by growers as it adapts well to all weather conditions, whether grown outdoors or in a greenhouse.
Linalool: It is one of the most common terpenes in Cannabis Sativa L. This compound brings the floral aspect of our Purple CBD. It is found in lavender, rose oil and even in the bay laurel. This terpene is currently being tested in the treatment of several forms of cancer. Linalool is known to be effective against anxiety. It is also associated with calming or even sedative virtues at certain doses. It is also found in our Cherry Wine CBD.
Humulene: This terpene has aromas similar to caryophyllene. They are often present in the same plant. Also present in the Berry CBD, its woody and earthy aromas with spicy notes are the ones that give hoppy beers their special aromas and flavours. This is not very surprising, since both cannabis and hops are part of the Cannabaceae family.
A few words
Purple CBD is a variety that appeared in the1960s which differs from other varieties by its very peculiar purple color. Deep lilac, the Purple CBD flower is now a legal cannabis flower, but it hasn’t always been so. Known for its high level of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), its name was popularized by the famous song of Jimi Hendrix.
Today, when you buy a Purple CBD flower, its THC content is less than 0.2%, which allows you to experience only the positive effects of cannabidiol. With its charming purple color and historical origins, the Purple CBD flower is a staple when it comes to growing marijuana. Its genetic heritage is said to come from a Thai Purple, a Haze and an unknown hybrid, stabilized in the 1980s by the Dutch Passion farm.