About Purple Voodoo
“If I don’t meet you no more in this world, then I’ll meet you in the next one… and don’t be late.” After trying Purple Voodoo you’ll be singing the praises of this hybrid by California Bean Bank. This beautiful blend stems from female Double Purple Doja, and a two male mix of Purple Urkle and Purple Diesel, giving her a powerful grape scent. This makes for a perfectly flavored blunt or easy use for a vaporizer.
Following in her parent’s footsteps, Purple Voodoo boasts a high THC content and exceptionally high CBD levels making for an awesome mix of both body and head buzz. Her large purple and red nugs and berry, musky aroma ensure this plant will be a deserving heir to the Purple family throne. With a down the middle sativa and indica split, this well-balanced bud gives users a smooth smoke, not likely to induce coughing or dizziness as some indica strains do.
Users love the relaxing and clean high this mystic beauty provides, taking them on a tantalizing trip not easily forgotten. For a creative high that opens your mind and clarifies your thoughts, Purple Voodoo will do the trick. Pairing her ability to energize and revitalize with her dank flavor, it’s easy to see why she’s a fan favorite amongst artists and musicians. This Voodoo child is good for use at any time of day.
Rest assured medical users, this beautiful strain is perfect for anyone struggling with mental health disorders such as depression, ADHD, bipolar, or anxiety because of its calming properties. It has also been known to help those with anorexia, inflammation, and chronic pain. Some users have reported dry mouth, dry eyes, and dizziness, although the latter is exceedingly rare.
Hailing from California, this finicky plant flowers most bountifully in warmer climates and while it can be grown in or outdoors, most growers prefer to keep this girl inside. Be mindful of her strong odor when caring for her indoors as she is quite pungent. If you’re concerned about the neighbors, it would be best to invest in a smell proof grow system. For a native plant, you’re more likely to find Purple Voodoo outside of California. Typically Colorado, Michigan, and Oregon are your best bets.
Take a ride down a mystic river, float along a purple cloud, put on some tunes, and enjoy the beat as this girl takes hold of your body. She’s a temptress and a siren – let her work her magic and take you to another universe. Enjoy Purple Voodoo’s relaxing high and let your creativity run wild.