In Africa, sativas vastly outnumber indica strains. But it's possible this rare indica-dominant hybrid descends from unknown indica parents on that continent; the truth isn't widely known. Neither is the exact ratio of sativa to indica in Purple African. THC levels likely vary considerably between crops and batches, but the few available test results peg the contents as roughly 10%. That's enough to get high, but only barely. CBD concentrations are also low, less than 1%, which means this isn't the best strain for treating seizure disorders. But it's very helpful in treating other conditions, including pain, inflammation, nausea, and insomnia. The high is calming and sleep inducing, with modest physical relaxation and pain relief. Purple African has an earthy, skunky smell and a similar taste. The frosted green-and-brown buds, covered in shimmering trichomes, belies this strain's relatively low potency. Negatives probably include dry eyes and cottonmouth, as well as possible paranoia, but there isn't much information on the subject. California is probably the most likely place to find this pleasant choice, though it may also sell elsewhere on the West Coast. It definitely isn't popular, though.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 10%, CBD: 1%