Purple Cheese AAA (112g)
Purple Cheese is an autoflowering indica dominant hybrid strain created through a three-way cross of Purple #1 X Blue Cheese X Lowryder. Although its exact indica to sativa ratio is unknown, it is thought to be closed to evenly balanced based on its effects. The exact THC and CBD levels of this bud are unknown due to its rarity, but it is said to have an incredibly powerful THC level and a relatively high CBD level, too. Legend says that Purple Cheese was bred to introduce autoflowering characteristics to the Blue Cheese strain as well as a more enticing flavor. That being said, Purple Cheese definitely has a unique taste of sweet fruity candy with overtones of powerful musky cheese. The aroma is relatively mild, with hints of sweet pungent blue cheese and a slight touch of fruity berry. The Purple Cheese high is very therapeutic in nature due to its high CBD content. It has a very euphoric and uplifting onset that calms your mind, leaving you relaxed and completely free of any mental pain or racing thoughts. This is followed by a sedated and sleepy effect that leaves you lazy and couch-locked. These effects make Purple Cheese ideal for treating conditions such as chronic stress or anxiety, depression, insomnia, chronic pain, and fatigue. True to its name, Purple Cheese has spade-shaped nugs with rich purple undertones and light lavender hairs.
With dozens and dozens of strains under their belt, the growers at Archive Seed Bank in Portland, Oregon have really come up with a winner in Velocity . While it’s a balanced 50/50 hybrid, users do tend to swing toward indica or sativa effects depending on their own personal tolerance. Not a great choice for novice users, Velocity tops out at 21% THC and is coupled with roughly 1% CBD. Pretty nugs help when it comes to enticing users to try a new strain, and Velocity offers dense buds with clear pistils and crystallized trichomes that just beckon your name. A sweet and sour blend that’s sure to please all preferences, Velocity’s flavors and aromas include fruity candy, kush, herbs, and a hint of lemon.
TYPICAL EFFECTS: FOCUSED, RELAXED, SOCIAL
COMMON USE: DEPRESSED, MIGRAINES,PAIN
Indica Dominant Hybrid – 55% Indica / 45% Sativa
Gelato is a slightly indica dominant hybrid (55% indica/45% sativa) strain created through a cross of the infamous Sunset Sherbet X Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies strains. This dank bud is infamous for its insanely delicious flavor and hugely powerful effects that are fueled by a THC level that hits its low point at 20% on average. Gelato has a flavor that’s said to be much like a sweet sherbet, with fruity blueberry and orange flavors. The aroma is just as sickly sweet, with a lavender citrus berry bouquet that has a woody effect as the nugs are broken apart and smoked. Although it has a tasty flavor, Gelato is definitely best loved for its effects. Even with its slight indica dominance, the high is head heavy in nature and won’t leave you sedated or couch-locked. It starts with a cerebral head rush that hits you in the forehead with an uplifted euphoria and a sense of slightly focused energy. As this head high blissfully builds, a creeping body buzz will slowly wash over you, leaving you completely relaxed and calm with a sense of peace and well being. These powerful and surprisingly well balanced effects make Gelato the perfect choice for patients suffering from muscle spasms, chronic pain, inflammation, chronic fatigue, and headaches or migraines. Gelato buds have large and lumpy super dense grape-shaped dark forest green nugs with rich purple and orange hairs and a super sticky coating of visible resin droplets.
Purple Urkle’s history is as complex as its flavor palate. A California strain, the origins are believed to stem from a select phenotype of Mendocino Purps, while the essence is a blend of skunk, berry, and fresh grapes. Consumers report the effects to be deeply relaxing, sleep-inducing, and a great option for full-body pain relief. The short onset of effects make it a perfect nighttime strain for those who suffer from insomnia.