great taste and high
Lemon Thai was mixed with an unknown original Nepalese strain to create this peppy, potent indica (sativa/indica ration unclear). THC levels vary in Purple Nepal but appear to be quite high, topping 19% in some samples and regularly scoring about 18%. Those numbers mean this strain provides a particularly intense, indica-driven body high with deep physical relaxation, sleepiness, and powerful hunger balanced against creativity, arousal, and upbeat mood. As a result, Purple Nepal is a good strain for treating lack of appetite, inflammation, chronic pain, stress, insomnia, and depression. But it's probably much less effective in treating seizure disorders and other conditions that are alleviated with CBD, as that chemical is definitely in short supply in Purple Nepal. True to its name, this strain produces green and purple buds with brown hairs and generates an earthy grape flavor and smell. Dry eyes are common, and other side effects include cottonmouth, paranoia, dizziness, and limited headaches. Purple Nepal is relatively popular as purps strains go, and patients should be able to find it on the medical marijuana markets in California, Oregon, Washington State, Colorado, and, increasingly, Massachusetts.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 19%, CBD: 1%