If you’re a fan of cheese strains, Purple Cheese will not disappoint. It has a scent that combines blue cheese with fresh berries, which becomes more intense as you break it apart. Its taste is somewhat similar, with earthy tones, and some people who have smoked it have said that it can be harsh if you take large hits. The buds of Purple Cheese are dense and cone-shaped, with plenty of yellow pistils and occasional hints of blue mixed in.
The THC levels in Purple Cheese can range from the low teens to the low 20s, so it is important to check the amount in your batch before consuming it.
This hybrid strain is indica-dominant and is a cross between Purple #1, Blue Cheese, and Low Ryder. Some variations of this strain have been tested and found to have higher-than-average CBD levels.
According to some fans, Purple Cheese has energetic effects at the beginning, but these gradually transition into a light sedation as the high wears off. Reviewers have noted that it can help relax muscles, manage pain, and alleviate migraines or depression. Many people enjoy Purple Cheese for its ability to create an overall feeling of relaxation that extends from the mind to the body. However, some users have experienced a pleasant but unfocused mindset when consuming this strain.
Cannabinoid Lab Data
CBD: <1% Unfortunately, no additional lab data tables were found.
My Review of the Purple Cheese Strain:
Purple Cheese is hands down one of the best strains I’ve ever had the pleasure of smoking. The moment you light it up, a wave of euphoria washes over you, instantly melting away any stress or worries. The earthy, cheesy aroma is simply divine, making each inhale a delight for the senses. The high itself is a perfect balance between relaxation and mental clarity, as if all my worries are being replaced with a peaceful, creative buzz. The dense purple buds are a sight to behold, and the smooth smoke is incredibly enjoyable. Purple Cheese is a true gem for any cannabis connoisseur, delivering a top-notch experience from start to finish.