5G’s Purple is a balanced hybrid cannabis strain that was created by Ganja Rebel Seeds. It is one strain that has generous aromatic essence of flowers and perfume hinting at the presence of sweet smelling terpenes. It is also a beautiful strain with big and swollen calyxes which are elegantly decked out with silvery trichomes. Being a balanced hybrid strain it is ideal for both morning and evening usage.
5G’s Purple F2 has an interesting lineage; it’s a cross between a couple of interesting strains namely Sour Diesel, F13, OG, Chemdog, and C99. It is what is called a 5-way cross; something very novel in the cannabis crossing, hence the name 5G’s. Some sources also cite that this strain is thus named because of its origins which can be traced to Afghanistan, Colombia, India, Mexico, and Thailand. The taste is also very mixed with hints of fruity, spicy, earthy, sour, piney. And the effects produced by combining all these genetics are simply mind blowing.
Like similar balanced strains the effects of this strain are quite bearable. Once you take the first hit your mind will fill up with a stream of energy that is enjoyable. Your face will quickly gather a smile which quickly translates to giggles and later bursts of laughter. In case you were tensed up this will change very fast and you will very relaxed and generally happy and tension free. Something similar will happen in your torso, a surge of energy and relaxation will ensue. You will feel like your limbs are completely stretched out and old aches will dissipate.
This strain is ideal for patients who have never tried cannabis treatment before. The balanced effects provide a soft landing spot for novices. From different sources the THC amount ranges from 18% to 23 % which is moderately high for new users. The euphoria produced by this strain should be one to look forward to; it’s uplifting and powerful without being overwhelming. The strain is generally used to treat migraines, fatigue, glaucoma, depression, and mood disorders.
5G’s Purple F2 has origins in five different countries: to Afghanistan, Colombia, India, Mexico, and Thailand. It is also a five way hybrid cross between the following strains, Sour Diesel, F13, OG, Chemdog, and C99. It was created by Ganja Rebel Seeds.
Patient Reported Positive Effects
Patients have reported the following positive effects after consuming this strain:
- Increased focus
- Burst of creativity
Patient Reported Negative Effects
Being a balanced hybrid strain, 5Gs Purple F2 does not cause many negative effects. However, be prepared to experience symptoms of dehydration after consuming this strain. The eyes and the mouth, in particular, are two susceptible areas. To counter this, it is better to stay hydrated during sessions.
Patient Reported Rare Negative Effects
Novice patients have experienced heart racing and anxiety after consuming this strain. Through moderation, patients can manage these side effects.
Medical Benefits of 5G’s Purple F2
5Gs Purple F2 is one of the many medicinal cannabis strains developed by the master breeders –Ganja Rebel Seeds. What’s unique about this strain is the evenly balanced body and mind effect targeting a restoration of homeostasis in the body. It should come as no surprise that patients have used this strain to treat several conditions.
Because of the balanced cerebral effects patients have used this strain to treat stress and depression. This also helps in stabilizing mood disorders and managing symptoms of other mental health conditions such as PTSD.
5Gs Purple F2 has positive effects on the body that can ease away aches and pains that have been present in the body for a long time. Stubborn fatigue symptoms will be a thing of the past with this strain.
Patients have used this strain to treat:
5G’s Purple F2 has an even blend of fruity, spicy, earthy, sour, and piney terpenes. These terpenes include the following:
This terpene is has many therapeutic properties, as science is now showing. It has anti-inflammatory, sedative, anti-tumor, and analgesic properties. It also reduces resistance at the blood-brain barrier. This makes it easy for other terpenes and cannabinoids to exert their effects in the higher centers. It is believed that consuming fresh mangoes (which has myrcene) 45 minutes before consuming cannabis helps to increase the head buzz.
Pinene has distinctive smell of pine and fir. It has two forms in nature: α-pinene and β-pinene. α-pinene is the most common form in cannabis. Pinene has several benefits the most notable is its use as a bronchodilator. This helps in relieving symptom of asthma.
Beta-caryophyllene can also be found in cloves, cinnamon leaves and black. It has an aroma that can be described as peppery, woody and/or spicy. It is also the only terpene that binds with a receptor in the endocannabinoid system.
When caryophyllene is delivered by the oral route it can help in the treatment of chronic pain due to its high safety and low adverse effects profiles. Some studies have also shown that is helps to reduce nephrotoxicity.
Linalool has floral and lavender scents. It has been used for centuries as a sleep aid. It reduces anxious emotions caused by high amounts of THC which makes it useful in the treatment of both psychosis and anxiety.
Linalool also boosts the immune system.
Although technically not plants, some fungi produce linalool, as well. Linalool is a critical precursor in the formation of Vitamin E.