This strain is an effective and popular way to treat a wide range of medical issues, including anxiety, depression, ADHD, inflammation, nausea, physical pain, and insomnia. The even sativa/indica high is both physical and mental, inducing a calm but clear-headed state with added creativity, a shot of euphoria, happiness, and sleepiness. Purple Voodoo is a rarity, a near-perfectly even blend of sativa and indica, which explains the blended high. It descends from three other Purps strains: Double Purple Doja, Purple Urkle, and Purple Cheese. The purple genes carry down to this strain, which produces dark flowers of purple and red, plus a sweet, pungent grape aroma and flavor. THC levels vary from batch to batch, with measurements as low as 7%, but they’re usually rather high, topping at least 16% in some tests. CBD, on the other hand, is scarce, much less than 1%. Adverse side effects can include bloodshot eyes and dry mouth, though paranoia and dizziness are also widely reported. Headaches are less likely. A California native, Purple Voodoo is surprisingly uncommon in that state, though it probably sells at some dispensaries. It’s more common in Michigan, Colorado, Oregon, and British Columbia.