- Hemp Strains
by Sharon O'Maley
Purple Boax hemp strain contains less than the allowable 0.3% THC so is another hemp strain on the “perfect” list. Besides, the strain boasts of many other compounds which are so beneficial and help to make this hemp flower again on the “perfect one” list. There are essential fatty acids, aromatic molecules, and minerals, terpenes, flavonoids and most of all high CBD content.
In the Beginning and History
Purple Boax hemp strain is a cross between these two parents – Otto II and Hindu Kush. This unique parenthood results in a sweet, woody lemon flavor. It is also a high CBD hemp cultivar first bred in the city that sits at the foot of Pikes Peak — Colorado Springs. Colorado.
“Royalty All the Way” with the Sensation
Purple Boax hemp strain is crispy and chunky with some sweet for the dense nugs. The taste it packs is smooth. It has a full-bodied flavor that is sweet and the nugs have a taste that delivers everything that you are expecting. The earthy taste stands out whether you smoke it or vape it. It is a versatile flower to say the least.
This hemp flower is renowned for its exceptional entourage effect partly because of the unique and varied terpene profile as well as the cannabinoid profile. On both scores, this hemp bud is tops for effect.
Royal Lineage of Purple Boax Hemp Strain — Generics
A refined union between two impressive parents provides juicy flavor and all the tingles your body delights in. So this is the hemp community’s out-of-this-world dessert. The CBD percentage is at 14% or higher with some harvests.
Purple Boax hemp flower is a high CBD bud that bursts with flavonoids and terpenes with a variety of scents and healing qualities.
Purple Boax Hemp Strain – Therapeutic Benefits
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the many compounds and cannabinioids in Purple Boax hemp strain. CBD is non-psychoactive, unlike THC. CBD has always been in hemp, but it has only been recently that it has been successfully separated from the THC, another cannabinoid and the one that is psychoactive.
CBD does not give a high to users whereas THC does when it is higher than the legal limit of 0.3%. CBD stimulates the human receptors for healing and treating pain and other chronic conditions. THC massages the receptors which are in the brain and thus the high.
The terpene content is responsible for many of the scents in the various hemp flowers, but it is responsible for many of the medicinal benefits in the high-CBD content hemp strains such as Purple Boax. Terpenes are potent in regard to scent and healing qualities.
Purple BOAX hemp flower is high CBD bud that bursts with flavonoids and terpenes. Purple Boax hemp strain contains high concentrations of the following terpenes:
- Myrcene – Another powerful antioxidant and helps to reverse oxidative damage post-stroke.
- Limonene – This terpene has therapeutic properties which benefit inflammatory conditions and anti-cancer, anti-diabetic and anti-viral properties. All of these carry a large impact for conditions people struggle with sometimes on a daily basis.
- Pinene – This pinene acts as a bronchodilator so it allows air into the lungs and it also has an anti-inflammatory effect. It also fights inhaled infectious germs.
- Caryophllene – Anti-inflammatory which helps to reduce chronic pain, particularly from nerve damage.