Purple Princess isn’t known to be especially popular, but it can be found, here and there, in Oregon, Washington State, and California. It’s an indica cross of Ice Princess and Cinderella 99 (0:100 sativa/indica ratio), and though it delivers a deeply relaxing creeper of a body high, it isn’t especially powerful. The effects are happy and giggly, creative and euphoric, sleepy and lazy, making this a good choice for patients with anxiety, nausea, pain, lack of appetite, and insomnia. Purple Princess has moderate THC levels that hover around 19% in available samples. The CBD content of this strain is much less than 1%, far too low to recommend it as treatment for conditions that respond to that substance, such as pediatric seizure disorders. The flavor and aroma are sweet with notes of blueberries and other types of berry. The nugs are green and bright orange. As is typical for most marijuana strains, the tops side effects are dry mouth and red eyes, while dizziness and paranoia are also reported. Purple Princess can be found at medical cannabis dispensaries in California, Washington State, and Oregon, but it isn’t terribly popular anywhere.
|ORIGIN||Ice Princess and Cinderella 99|
|EFFECTS||Aroused, Energizing, Euphoria, Happy, Relaxing|
|NEGATIVE EFFECTS||Dry mouth, Red eyes, Dizziness, Paranoia|
|MAY RELIEVE||Chronic Pain, Depression, Fatigue, Gastrointestinal Disorder, Headaches, Insomnia, Nausea, PMS, PTSD|
|FLAVORS||Berry, Fruity, Sweet||THC %||14% – 19%|