This product of crossbreeding between Mendocino Purps and Blue Buddha, this indica-dominant strain smells of grapes and has a pleasant, creamy berry flavor. The exact balance of indica to sativa is unknown, though the indica genes are clearly dominant. Likewise, there isn't much information on the THC or CBD contents of Purple Buddha, but it's a fairly potent choice for relaxation and stress relief. Expect a strong body high with couch-lock effects. Laziness and euphoria are the strongest aspects of the buzz, which can also be focused and giggly. Purple Buddha is best for treating anxiety, chronic pain, and mood disorders. It's also a good treatment for insomnia, as the body effects induce sleepiness. This strain produces a smooth smoking experience with a sweet berry flavor and a sharp pungent aroma. Dry mouth is the most frequent side effect, while red eyes and dizziness are also possible. Purple Buddha is found mostly in California and Arizona, while some Michigan dispensaries also sell it. It can be found on the black market but isn't common there. Nonetheless, it's a reliable choice from patients who need the physical relief only a good indica can provide.