Purple haze Firstly, Dankwoods Purple Haze Anyone familiar with the ’60s and 70’s cannabis scene will have tried or heard of Pure Haze. Again, it’s an heirloom strain from California with a sour and citrusy aroma and has maintained its Sativa genetics for decades as its popularity begins to rise once again in the modern market. Moreover, Dankwoods is said to bring on euphoric stimulation and rewires the brain into a calmer state according to reviewers. Despite its label as a Sativa, the body may experience deep relaxation as muscles and joints lose tension.
However, Dankwood Haze is a cultivar with uncertain origins. Its name first appeared around the time that purple LSD caps — also called Purple Haze — were sold in the 1960s and 70s. The potent flower earned the name thanks to its vividly violet buds and trichome density. According to Sam the Skunkman, the strain originated in Colombia, a phenotype of the standardized Haze cultivar he bred during that time frame. Further, Dankwood Haze is one of several Original Haze phenotypes to descend from stabilized Columbian seeds that were cultivated by the Haze Brothers, according to Royal Queen Seeds.