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The Purple Hurricane cannabis strain is a product of Colorado Private Reserve growers. It crosses the popular (but elusive) Panama Punch and the notorious LA Confidential.
It is a mixed cannabis crossfire strain that is slightly more powerful than its parents. The Hurricane variety has a higher percentage of CBD than THC. It is also a predominantly Sativa typhoon #8 strain consisting of approximately 70% Sativa and 30% Indica.
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- HIGHEST TEST -18%
- MEDIUM EFFORT – 15%
- AVERAGE SATIVA – 13.5%
- WIKILEAF AVERAGE – 18%
- HIGHEST WIKILEAF – 35%
The smell of this hurricane strain is low and earthy, with hints of spice. The buds are long, thick, STONER PATCH GRAPE, bright green with reddish reflections, amber hairs, and a thick layer of crystalline trichomes.
Hurricane weed active component tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) levels in hurricane weed content from 12-18%, with active cannabidiol (CBD) levels at 14.95%. The Nola hurricane Leafly is generally daytime due to its Sativa-leaning genetics and increased CBD content.
Users of the typhoon strain, surfin in a hurricane strain, report that it generates alertness, focus, motivation, and euphoria. Some users say that it also has calming effects. As a result of these effects, the Hurricane strain has been suggested to treat depression, concentration disorders, and anxiety.
This hurricane og strain can also benefit people who suffer from chronic pain, nausea, muscle spasms, and a lack of appetite. Buy purple weed strains. The created Camino Watermelon Lemonade THC Gummy Kiva Glue from Watermelon Gummies to place you in the “California state of mind.”
Piece citrus and watermelon spiced adhesive has 5mg of THC with a mix of Indica and Sativa terpenes, designed to make you feel happy and comfortable at any time of the day.
Hurricane lite pre-rolls and hurricane weed strain varieties are tall and slender and deliver medium-low yields with a flowering time of 60-65 days when appropriately grown indoors. Outdoor harvests can be expected between late September and early October with significantly higher yields.