Purple Honduras Haze Standard
Purple Honduras Haze is the result of a direct cross between our Purple Haze #23 mother and our best first generation Honduras sativa males (purple high yielding Colombian phenotype), creating a true F1 100% sativa hybrid, extremely tropical, vigorous and productive, with the qualities and characteristics of the best old purple Colombian sativas. Its psychoactivity and Haze and heirloom Colombian terpene profiles will transport you back decades to when the true sativas had no trace of Indica influence.
Purple Honduras Haze has a growth and flower development virtually identical to pure Purple Haze, which in the right conditions of strong light intensity and stable warm temperatures produces successive and abundant reflowerings, generating gigantic final yields thanks to the hybrid vigour provided by Honduras, in itself a very productive pure sativa. The Honduras also shortens the flowering time of the Haze by 2-3 weeks, not interfering even slightly with the extreme sativa profile that we seek with this type of cross, rather amplifying it instead. Excellent resistance against rains and against fungi such as botrytis, due to the tropical ‘blood’ that runs through the veins of this hybrid and because of its spongy pure sativa floral structures.
The effect is stimulating, both physically and mentally, completely clean, encouraging conversation and activity, although a touch more introspective than the Green Honduras Haze. The effect is of moderate initial potency and duration, but of great quality and without ceiling or tolerance limit, allowing users to get higher and higher, reaching the stratosphere with no restraint to its cerebral psychoactivity. Once the effect fades it does not leave any kind of mental or physical heaviness or numbness.
The Purple Haze #23 parent is our best Purple Haze mother and has been used previously in the development of successful pure sativa hybrids, such as our excellent Panama Haze and Purple Haze x Malawi, or in the most extreme limited edition of Purple Haze x Thai. Undoubtedly Purple Honduras Haze follows in the style of cleaner and more euphoric Purple Haze hybrids like Purple Haze x Malawi and Purple Haze x Thai, with Purple Honduras Haze being very productive, comparable to Purple Haze x Malawi.
Purple Honduras Haze differs from its sister Green Honduras Haze by having, on average, a taller and more floppy structure and generally finishing the bloom period (especially at low temperatures in the second half of flowering) with the beautiful purple and reddish colours so characteristic of purple Highland Colombians, although both share a very similar personality, psychoactivity, power and terpene profiles.
A standard (regular) limited edition, available while stock lasts.
|Sativa / Indica ratio
|100 % sativa
|Resistance against spider mites
|Resistance against powder mildew
|Resistance against botrytis
|Resistance against white fly
|Resistance against cold
|Resistance against heat
|Purple Haze #23 x best 1st generation pure Honduran males (purple high yielding Colombian phenotype).
|Extreme tropical sativa, with a very thin leaf and pale green color. Very fine and flexible stems, which withstand the worst showers and blizzards.
|Woody (cedar), spicy, garlic, sandalwood, sage and incense, touches of blackberry, raisins and red wine, with a deep and refined mango background.
|Stimulating effect, both physically and mentally, completely clean, which invites conversation and activity, but also introspection. The effect is of moderate duration and initial power, but of great quality and without ceiling or limits of tolerance, taking you higher and higher, reaching the stratosphere, with nothing holding back its cerebral psychoactivity. When the effect fades it does not leave any kind of heaviness or mental or physical numbness.
|Monoterpenes: Very high beta-myrcene content and small amounts of alpha-pinene. Sesquiterpenes. Small quantities of beta-caryophyllene.
|Due to its extreme tropical sativa genotype, indoors it is mainly recommended for lovers of pure sativas, although with patience, strong light intensity and with the adequate care, cultivators with ?green fingers? can obtain huge yields.
Outdoors, it requires a tropical or subtropical climate to show its full potential of production and potency. Although it can be cultivated easily between 20?-37?, where a warm coastal climate with mild autumns (similar to the Mediterranean zone), or the use of greenhouse is recommended.
Requires low nutrient levels throughout its development, although it accepts either moderate/slightly high PK levels at the peak of the most abundant reflowerings. Outdoors, it is recommended to mix a good organic base substrate, rich in guano and humus, plant them in soil in a sunny place and leave them to grow at their own pace without using fertilisers or stimulants.