When combusted, this strain gives off a very smooth that has notes of musk and hash alongside its fruity palate. Notably, any grape flavors present in Purple Dragon’s smoke are incidental; the pigments that determine its purple color do not have a corresponding effect on its taste.
Purple Dragon’s high is almost imperceptible at first, but slowly creeps up on the user, emerging as a pressure in the face, particularly behind the eyes. Smokers may also detect some increased salivation at the back of the tongue. Relaxing indica properties reveal themselves first — a heavy head and droopy eyelids may prompt users to sit down and settle into the most comfortable and familiar surroundings. As the high progresses, a mild but persistent head high may also spring up to accompany this thorough body stone: the user’s thoughts may happily drift from one to the next. A feeling of emotional uplift may be present as well. Because it relaxes the mind as well as the body, lowering the usual inhibitions of convention and logic, Purple Dragon can be good for creative or analytical thinking. It is also well-suited to passive activities like psychedelic enjoyment of music or movies. Long-lasting even for even experienced cannabis users, Purple Dragon can be consumed at any time of day … although its slight sativa edge may keep smokers wired around bedtime.