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Purple Push Pop Blue Tarantula

Purple Push Pop Blue Tarantula


Purple Push Pop, not to be confused with its like-named sister strain “Push Pop,” is an evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the delicious Cookies & Cream X Temple Flo strains. This must-try bud is best known for its gorgeous appearance and delicious flavor that will leave any hybrid lover begging for more. Purple Push Pop buds have dense spade-shaped dark olive green nugs with deep purple undertones, thick orange hairs and a coating of frosty, purple-tinted white crystal trichomes. As you pull apart each sticky little nugget, aromas of sweet fruity grapes and spicy black pepper are released, intensifying in potency the more that you toke. The flavor is very similar, with a sweet grape candy taste that's accented by sugary cherries and a mouthful of spicy black pepper. The Purple Push Pop high is one that hits both mind and body with a high level of potency. Your mind will feel stimulated almost instantly, filled with a tingly sense of lifted euphoria. You'll feel your artistic senses activate as a wave of creativity washes over you. A soothing body high accompanies this heady lift, helping you to settle down and relax before you finally doze off. Thanks to these effects and its high 24-25% average THC level, Purple Push Pop is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as insomnia, depression, chronic stress or anxiety, PTSD and mood swings.

Purple Push Pop Blue Tarantula infused preroll, 1.2g from the GanjaGold brand offering a hybrid experience of the Purple Push Pop strain with 352.8mg THC with 0.1% CBD.

Weight (g): 1.2

Strains: Purple Push Pop

Cannabis Types: Hybrid

Product Types: Infused Preroll

THC Total (mg): 352.8

THC %: 27.58%

CBD %: 0.1

Cbd Total: 0.0

THC percentage amounts are average, individual items may vary.

WARNING: This product can expose you to marijuana smoke and myrcene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov