purple runtz is a strain of cannabis fresh out of LA, with a terpene profile most would describe as candy. However, Runtz as a strain has an incredibly diverse number of phenotypes, which can drastically effect its data. As such, it is almost impossible to say whether Runtz is a Sativa or Indica leaning hybrid, as different phenotypes end up leaning different ways. This also stands true for the THC and CBD levels, which are tested on a per-grow basis, and not available on the internet at the moment.
Runtz is a popular strain amongst cannabis smokers big into the culture and the advertising behind the packaging of cannabis products. You might have put it together already, but the growers named the strain Runtz based on its sugary-sweet aromatic and flavor profile, in addition to the way the bud looks. If dried and cured correctly, users will be able to spot colors beyond green in the bud. A vibrant array of colors from blues
and purples to dark greens and bright oranges are often found in the tight, dense buds of Runtz. It is an incredibly hard strain to find, almost exclusively sold out of Los Angeles. Little to no information is available on Runtz on the internet.
About purple runtz
Most of the reviews that are available on Runtz describe the high as both euphoric and relaxing, which is typical of most hybrids, no matter if they’re Indica or Sativa dominant. Many note that this strain is good for relieving stress, anxiety, and chronic pain. Upon sparking up and taking that first hit, expect your worries and woes to
melt away under the overwhelming blanket of positivity that is Runtz. Not only will you be feeling great, but you’ll also have the sweet aftertaste of candy in your mouth from the smoke. You’ll likely feel euphoric and happy, but not enough to leave the house. After a sesh of Runtz, you’re going to want to find a sofa or bed to stretch out and relax on, as your physical pains melt away and your mind expands. For some this means focusing on the television and watching a movie, for others this means blasting Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon and getting really introspective.