Purple Thai (fem) Prohibition Genetics


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Purple Thai x Afghan Kush Indica – Sativa 60 – 65 days 20-24% THC Low (<2%) Energizing / Cerebral / Relaxing Sweet / Earthy / Spicy / Floral Notes Alpha-bisabolol / Alpha Cedrene / Alpha Pinene / Beta Caryophyllene / Borneol / Cadinene / Camphene / Citral / Eugenol / Farnesene / Fenchol / Humulene / Myrcene / Ocimene / 450 – 500 gr. m2 indoor / 550 gr. Plant Outdoor.

Purple Thai Feminized Marijuana Seeds, a Sativa dominant hybrid, is practical, spicy, debonair, and requires very little maintenance. When allowed to grow in the sun, she likes to reach medium-sized heights. Despite her exotic roots, she is very adaptable to temperate climates. This means that you can enjoy her indoors without as much fuss as an average plant. This glamorous aristocrat will make you feel like royalty, whether you’re looking for high-functioning tasks or long-lasting conversations. This zesty lady has original notes of chocolate, lemon, nutty and woody flavors that will make you feel great in no time.

Purple Thai weed, a 100% Sativa strain, is very well adapted to its parents. Although the effects of each strain are different, it is safe to say that you will get a cerebral high from Purple Thai weed due to its strong effects and long-lasting nature.

This bud packs up to 22% of the psychoactive cannabinoid THC. CBD is negligible, making it the ideal Marijuana option if you want a high-energy buzz without the side effects.

Purple Thai Feminized Marijuana seeds have a sweet taste that will stay in your mouth. It is not sweet, but it tastes more like espresso with vanilla and lavender hints. It’s tempting to just crush it and make a cigarette right away. This is the scent you will smell when you open the package. It’s a sweet, intense mixture of floral and berry aromas that will instantly lift your mood.

The Purple Thai Feminized Marijuana seeds are also known as Chocolate Thai by old school growers. It was called that name over 60 years ago when it was brought into Thailand by soldiers returning from Vietnam. Its parents are the Highland Oaxacan Gold (and Chocolate Thai)