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 Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 16%, CBD: 1%

This pure sativa strain (sativa/indica ratio of 100:0) comes from the Ketama region of Morocco, though its exact origins remain something of a mystery. It has relatively high THC levels, which exceed 16% in available tests. That makes Purple Maroc a very effective choice for treating anxiety and depression, though the full medical uses of this strain are hard to determine. The effects are mostly happy, a cerebral result of the sativa-dominant genes. But with very low CBD concentrations, less than 1%, this shouldn't be a first choice for treating problems that are relieved with that cannabinoid. That includes severe pediatric seizure disorders. Purple Maroc produces a sweet, fruity aroma and a sweet and sour flavor. As its name suggests, the buds and leaves of this strain have dark purple hues. Since side effect reports are scarce, it's hard to say which are the most likely, but dry mouth and red eyes are usually common. Presumably Purple Maroc can be found in Morocco and possibly Europe, but it's definitely uncommon in the United States, on or off the legal medical marijuana markets.



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