Purple Cheese can come on slowly but reveals its effects in full force once it shows up. Some of its initial properties may feel notably spacey and psychedelic. Many smokers describe a concerted throbbing around the temples and forehead, as well as an increased salivation. Also common is a warping of the senses, with strong feelings of time dilation and distorted depth perception. Once acclimated to these sensations, smokers may notice that they become much more relaxed. Purple Cheese can dissipate physical tension and make users feel as if they’re melting into their immediate surroundings. For some, this pervasive relaxation can be so unfamiliar and disorienting as to cause some anxiety. In the right set and setting, though, Purple Cheese can ease smokers into a calm and reflective mindset. The strain’s effect on the senses can help to enhance atmospheric music or visually engaging movies. Its laidback, positive vibes can also be welcome in social settings, where they can encourage free-flowing conversation and camaraderie. Don’t plan on getting any crucial tasks completed while under this heavy indica’s influence, though. More cloudy and dopey than cerebral, it’s a much better way to enjoy a bubble bath than to puzzle through any complex responsibilities. In high enough doses, Purple Cheese can even lull smokers into a deep and restful sleep. Because of its mostly slowly-moving effects, this is a strain best reserved for nighttime use.
Purple Cheese’s pleasant sedation can also have several applications for medical cannabis patients. Its ability to quiet mental chatter can have a temporary positive effect on cases of stress, depression, and anxiety. It may also numb physical pain, ranging from the chronic and disease-related to the minor and temporary. Finally, as noted, Purple Cheese can provide relief for stubborn insomniacs. More details.