Found in Washington State and not much of anywhere else, this indica-dominant strain is a descendant of Sputnik #1 and Black Russian. The exact ratio of sativa to indica is unclear, but indica makes up at least 70% of the strain’s genes. Double Purple Doja has a dark purple appearance, with spots of dark green and red. True to its Purple genetics, it has a strong fruity flavor and smells of musk and blackberries. It’s densely frosted with trichomes, and the THC levels are fairly high, topping 17%. CBD concentrations are very low, too low to recommend this strain to patients with conditions that respond to CBD. Double Purple Doja delivers on its indica genes, with a powerfully calming body buzz ideal for late nights and rainy days. This strain works well on mood disorders, pain, anxiety, and insomnia. It can also be helpful with muscle spasms, though the low CBD content limits its effectiveness. Adverse effects aren’t well documented but likely include cottonmouth and red eyes. This strain may appear occasionally on the black market, but it appears to be very rare outside of the Pacific Northwest.