This strain is a relatively popular hybrid cross of Afghani Goo and Purple Kush (sativa/indica ratio isn’t widely reported). It generates a sweet flavor and a pungent floral aroma with hints of pine, earth, and berries. Its nugs are bright green with dark brown hairs. Purple Goo can be used as an effective toll for relieving the symptoms of anxiety, depression, and chronic pain. The high it produces is mostly physical, with deeply calming effects and sleepiness balanced with euphoria, mental focus, and a shot of creativity. This strain is said to be relatively potent, but that claim is hard to verify, as there is little public information on THC test results. The same is true of CBD levels, and that alone means Purple Goo shouldn’t be used as the only means of alleviating maladies that require CBD preparations. Commonly reported negative side effects include dry mouth, red eyes, paranoia, dizziness, and headaches. Found on both the legal and black markets, this strain sells best out of legal medical marijuana dispensaries in Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington State, and British Columbia.