I enjoyed the robust flavor and classic genetics of Alchemy’s Maui Wowie Live Resin so much that I’ve started to stalk the dispensary menus for anything else from its line. When Consume Marion added Purple Haze Live Resin from Alchemy (IESO), I made a special detour to pick it up.
Purple Haze is a sativa leaning hybrid cross of Haze and Purple Thai. This batch of live resin tested at 0.97% THC, 82.82% THCA, and 83.49 % total cannabinoids.
Bright dandelion yellow and shimmering in the light, this live resin appearred to be a thick budder style extract in the jar but crumbled into a wet sugar when scooped. The robust moisture content made for easy dosing and even large doses kept a nice cling.
The aroma was very bright on the front with hints of tart grape, cherry, and lemon. These bright notes quickly fell away to a pleasant sweet floral tone reminiscent of fresh lavender. The complex flavors carried well on the inhale and the lavender really stood out upon repeated doses.
Purple Haze created a remarkably energizing body buzz that started in my temples and quickly moved throughout my body, making it a wonderful choice for morning use. Once accustomed to the vibrant tingling sensation, I was quickly lost to a stream of creative thoughts. The effects were powerful, even at low doses, and I enjoyed this live resin more for “fun” days than workdays.
Overall, patients should find a powerful sativa option that lives up to the name Purple Haze.
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