The Purple Haze strain of cannabis was made famous by the classic 1967 Jimi Hendrix song of the same name. It also contains small speaks of purple flower that helped to give it the Purple Haze name. At 60% sativa and 40% indica, Purple Haze is a sativa-dominant hybrid that is the love child of the Purple Thai and Haze strains.
With a typical THC content of between 14% to 19%, you can expect to feel a deep sense of euphoria that will unleash your creative side and leave you feeling a sense of contentment for long periods.
When smoked, Purple Haze gives off a dreamy mix of sweet and earthy flavors like berry, lavender, and grape that transport even the most veteran smokers back to their glory days of going on psychedelic adventures.
Purple Haze is a cross between the two sativa-dominant parent strains of Purple Thai and Haze. Both strains in the Purple Haze lineage originated in Thailand, but they and the hybrid Purple Haze are now growing worldwide.
Most people believe the strain is named after the Jimi Hendrix song Purple Haze while others think the song was named after the strain containing small speaks of a purple flower. Either way, the strain is very much linked to Hendrix and the 1960s. Purple Haze became an instant favorite due to its euphoric effects that help people become more creative.