I use cannabis for chronic insomnia. Ayahuasca Purple is one of the best two strains I have used for this purpose. The other being Kosher Kush. I don't care if some people whine about the name being hype, I use what works. The comments about the name have no redeeming value. the Ayahuasca is a vert potent strain that has serious medicinal value. I wish I could still find it in Washington State. To me, effectiveness is 100,000 times more important than the name. If effect is of no interest and good or bad names are your criter, then go with the reviews that whine about the name,
Indica Dominant Hybrid - 70% Indica / 30% Sativa
THC: 21%, CBD: 2%
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Ayahuasca Purple Reviews
Ayahuasca Purple Reviews
She's not heavy! Not like other indicas! Doesn't leave me couch-locked, braindead, or ravenous. Though I heavily prefer sativas or sativa dominant hybrids, this has been my favourite strain since early 2020 when I tried it for the first time. On the recreational side of things, it's appropriate for daytime use but great in the evening too without causing much fatigue. This one makes me feel giddy and super smiley when it first comes on - I get a rush of excitement, creativity, and want to engage with those around me. While I can eat on this strain I'm not dying to stuff myself full like on other indica dominant strains. On the medicinal side, this strain is really great for my issues. Alleviates anxiety/OCD type symptoms and lets me truly relax and enjoy what's going on. For not having much CBD content, I'm surprised at how well this strain takes away pain and nausea for me. Flavour+taste is woodsy, nutty, earthy, and fruit-type sweetness. I've seen the other reviews saying it tastes awful and I disagree. It's not a flavour-chaser's dream but it isn't absolutely rank like Meat Breath. Legit AP shouldn't have golden hues to it. It's deeply purple and green with bright orange hairs and clear crystal. I've also found that the buds are huge on good AP.
First off I gotta say, I hate the name of this strain. I'm not a huge fan of naming cannabis strains after other drugs, I think it further stigmatizes cannabis in the eyes of non-smokers. As for the strain itself I can't say I care for it. Tried it twice now (once as concentrate, once in a live resin cartridge) and neither time really impressed me. For me it's a standard Indica, nothing too special. It's definitely not as heavy of an Indica as I generally enjoy, which I find odd seeing as one of it's parents is Master Kush, an Indica that floors me. As a concentrate the taste wasn't all that noticeable but as a live resin cartridge I absolutely hate the taste of this strain. All I can taste is earth and plant.. Absolutely disgusting.
Just about every review I read people write about how good a strain looks, smells and tastes. Listen, I am not here comparing flavors, aromas, and stickiness of the terpenes or how good or bad the buds look like as if I am a lush comparing the difference between the aroma, color and palate of wines. I have extreme anxiety with associated anxiety attacks. I have used many strains of medical marijuana but this beats them all. If you have anxiety neurosis and suffer severe anxiety attacks and depression, this strain took me over one year to find. While others are good, Ayahuasca Purple does for me what Xanax used to do when I began using the drug. Putting all of the bullshit aside, I do not give a rats ass about what a bunch of burn outs complain about or if they say, "Yeah, man. It's cool". Most of the people smoke to get high. They do not deserve to receive marijuana cards from their physician. THIS WORKS! I have not found what terpenes are in this strain but I do know that Limonene is there and will find out what the other terpenes are. I suspect Linalool and Humulene as the major contributors. I will update this post, when my research is complete.
The batch I got smelled and looked really good but the taste was honestly like the flavor of Mexican brick weed from way back when I was still in school. I will say that the Medical Marijuana in the state of Arkansas is sketchy at best but this was from the cultivator I would personally consider the best of the 3 in the state, so I was a little surprised. Also, the name is stupid as can be... Any weed strain that uses any of the hallucinogenic drug names is pretty lame in my opinion, they're already using "Purple" in the title which is a gimmick to begin with!! But it was on sale for $25 an 1/8th so I added it on to the other stuff I was getting.
I grew some of this strain.....best I've ever produced. It tested at 24.8 THC. Sweet fruity smell and taste. Reminds me of Coffeeshop 137 in Amsterdam. The best in town.
I was blessed to stumble upon this unbelievable strain, sadly it was only the one time and my search for it again continues. The smell was very sweet and tangy, the hint of citrus was very prevalent. The taste again you could taste that sweet citrus and then the nutty undertone on the exhale. Personally I medicated my insomnia using this strain and it was extremely sedating but the thoughts you'd have before drifting off into a deep sleep would be nothing I could ever hope of explaining. If it wasn't such a good sedative this would be great for fueling creativity lets put it that way. If you ever find this strain, get a good quantity of it and enjoy it while you can.