Ayahusca Purple- Pure Indica with High Yields
The geniuses behind the wonderful Ayahusca Purple borrowed the genetics of Red River Delta and those of Master Kush. No one knows why the breeders decided to name this queen with such an intricate name. The crossbreeding of the genetics produced a strain with high returns and hardy growing strains. Grow her today, and in no time, you will be calling friends over for free sessions.
Effects of Ayahusca Purple
As a pure Indica, Ayahusca Purple delivers only Indica effects to the user. A few tokes from a joint, bong or vape is sure to throw you into a heavy state of comfort and relaxation. Your whole body will feel like you are engulfed by warmth provided by a fire in the cold. With the high THC levels in the strain, the effects hit hard and fast. New users are advised to take her slow as she could easily overwhelm even experienced users.
Ayahusca Purple is best used in the evening after work and before bed. You risk getting derailed and too comfortable to go about your daily duties if you use her during the day. She is best used to relax and kickback. On the medicinal front, the strain is known to give users some benefits that include high happy moods to individuals suffering from anxiety. Take her in the evening before bed as she is a good sleep inducer.
Aroma nad Flavour of Ayahusca Purple
The relaxing high of Ayahusca Purple is accompanied by various flavours and aromas. On the inhale, your nostrils will encounter the aromas of papaya and earthiness. It is followed by notes of strong, sweet-smelling flowers. The aftertaste of her smoke includes Lavender, mango and tropical fruit.
Growth Info of Ayahusca Purple
Ayahusca Purple grows to relatively short heights and will feature hardy genetics. She is not hard to cultivate and maintain. She requires very little attention and can grow well on their own. She will perform well in different environments, indoors and outdoors, giving impressive yield at harvest time.
As a grow room plant, she will grow to a height of around 90 to 100 cm, giving an impressive yield of 650 grams per square metre. She may need some attention at maturity as her branches may get heavy from the robust growth. They will need some support. The more careful you are with her, the better the rewards.