Purple Skunk AA is relatively high in THC, exceeding at least 16% in tests. Resulting in strong psychoactive effects that may be too strong for novices and part-time tokers. CBD levels are probably quite low. Given the amount of THC, but since they aren’t widely reported, it’s hard to know. For this reason alone, Purple Skunk should not be used as a CBD strain for patients whose conditions require the chemical.
This Purple Skunk AA strain tastes like berries, earth, and skunk while smelling pretty much the same. Reported side effects include watery eyes, cotton wool, dizziness, headache, and paranoia. Although Purple Skunk is popular among those who have tried them, it is not widespread; they are most easily found in Washington State, Oregon, Montana, Arizona, and California.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 85% Sativa / 15% Indica
Common Uses: Lack of appetite, anxiety, depression, migraines, chronic pain, insomnia and everyday stress
Effects: Euphoria, giggles, happiness