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Effects - Smoked effects of Purple Kush?

Discussion in 'Cannabis' started by organicliving85, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. organicliving85

    organicliving85 Newbie

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    Mar 20, 2008
    32 y/o Male
    Last night swim and some friends smoked some purple kush. SWIU got a really body stone relaxant feeling and almost felt like liquid. However, swim's friend got major slow frame rate vision and everything was lagging for that person. Would one call slow frame rate vision (choppy vision) a cerebral effect or a body effect? Does swim's description of the high match purple kush's description?

  2. old hippie 56

    old hippie 56 Newbie

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    May 10, 2005
    Re: Swim smoked some purple kush..are these the right effects?

    Sounds about right to this old cowboy, he smoked some the other night that was similar to swim experience.
  3. Shampoo

    Shampoo entity of sorts Staff Member

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    Nov 10, 2007
    Male from france
    Re: Swim smoked some purple kush..are these the right effects?

    Purple Kush should have the combined effects of an Afghanica and what is traditionally refered to an an Indica. As both are known for their intense body-high's and heavy, mellow euphoria, these results sound reasonable. The dissociative qualities are most likely from the Afghanica genetics though some pure Indicas have been known to have dissociative effects. As for cerebral vs. physical manifestations of this 'high' that sounds like a tough line to draw, however I would have to say that 'choppy' vision would most likely fall under a physical manifestation rather than a cognitive one.