Sungrown Purple Moroccan- Cannabis Strain Review.
Appearance. Its very encouraging to see lots of purple hues within these buds, I love to see a bit of colour. Reminds me of California, as purple strains are pretty few and far between here, but they are everywhere in Cali! Dark greens marble through the purple and get even darker on the leaves, as you would expect with outdoor the bud structures are quite leaf dominated. There are quite a lot of trichomes, this is Devon grown and clearly managed to get some decent sunlight before it was harvested. These buds do look great though, the purples are quite striking when turning the bud in your hand to catch the light.
Aroma/flavour. Deep earthy and woody, a little pine and a fair amount of berries, its also a little kushy with those deep earthy tones. Great flavours with the berries and earthiness dominating the palate. Aftertaste is a little woody, earthy and oaky. I think she smells better then she tastes.
Effects. Sativa dominant hybrid. First given a massive eye stoned with a little raciness – could it be an early harvest? I need my microscope – such a shame I lost it! The raciness calms down after about 15 mins and you begin the feel a more indica body effect, leaving the body feeling a little lighter and definitely in less pain.
Comments. Well this Purple Moroccan has a nice little story behind it, and I think these storys are one of the greatest things about cannabis – the effort people go to to grow and supply the sacred herb to the nation! This bud was sungrown in the county of devon,. The grower being a traveller who knows the Devon countryside like the back of his hand, takes a small boat to many of the islands in the rivers, lakes and estuaries of the county, and plants out crops of indica’s, sativa’s and hybrids – the Purple Moroccan being the latter of the three. As they are by a water source they are not difficult to keep needing checking only a few times in their growth cycle – this story warmed me to this smoke and its story’s like these that keep me sure that cannabis prohibition will never win over the resourcefulness of the people who grow it in the long run!