Nugs were a little fluffy yet somewhat dense with a nice purple color. Nice frosty appearance and a decent but rather harsh smoke. Would have liked it better if it was a little smoother and if it lasted a little longer.
Grape Train Kush was crossed with Star Dawg to create this indica-dominant hybrid with an unknown ratio of sativa to indica. The effects are a combination of cerebral and physical, with deep relaxation and increased sociability. It's a fairly effective way to relieve nausea, chronic pain, and insomnia. The flavor is dank and flowery with fruity notes, while the smell is reminiscent of pine needles and citrus fruit. The buds are green and orange, coated in a layer of trichome crystals. Public data on THC levels in Purple Dogg is hard to come by, but this strain is said to be only moderately potent. CBD levels are likewise few and far between, but that alone is a good reason to avoid Purple Dogg as exclusive treatment for conditions that require that cannabinoid, such as severe epilepsy. Users should probably expect dry mouth and red eyes, though there are few public reports on side effects associated with this strain. Purple Dogg definitely isn't easy to find, on or off the legal market, but it's probably most common on the West Coast.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 14% - 19%