After a long day at a job you hate, a fight with your partner, or yet another 12 hours of seemingly incurable bodily pain, Purple Alien OG is here to whisk you away. Your high begins with a cerebral lift that’s downright euphoric, giving you a slight bit of energy but mostly turning your thoughts inward to a place of introspection. Fits of giggles may ensue, but soon enough you’ll become one with your couch. You may as well submit, as you’ll find yourself falling fast asleep in no time at all.
It goes without saying that insomniacs love this strain for her ability to ease racing thoughts and allow relaxation to permeate one’s entire body. Mental concerns as well as physical pain simply vanish for the duration of the high, and if you’re awake long enough to get the munchies, those who suffer from a lack of appetite will be thankful. While it might seem that users should have as much as they’d like, keep in mind that a severe case of cottonmouth will await you if you’re too heavy-handed.
Growing your own Purple Alien OG isn’t exactly rocket science, but it may be a plant more suited for those who have gone around the block at least once. With a hearty structure she’s able to be cultivated in slightly cooler outdoor climates, but overall will do well inside or out. Be sure to gift her with some nutrients and in 8 to 9 weeks you’ll be well on your way to a nice sized harvest.
A hard day at work calls for some extra self-care, and Purple Alien OG is just the gal to give it to you. While it would be great to feel this relaxed and dreamy all of the time, you’d probably have a hard time actually adulting. Keep this strain set aside for the evening time or on weekends when you just have to get away from it all.
Purple OG Kush is said to come from a mix of OG Kush and Purple Kush, creating a pleasant-smelling plant with green and purple buds that’s popular in the western U.S. and Canada. Seed bank Dutch Fem also offers their own Purple OG Kush from OG Kush crossed with their own Bubble OG Kush.