• #Anthocyanin

    Purple weeds were not as common in the past the way they are today. But due to their attractiveness and preferences by consumers and growers, they have risen in popularity. Nowadays, all dispensaries stock purple-colored weeds.

    What makes weed plants turn purple is the high concentration of anthocyanin. This is a flavonoid with known antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. This chemical is present not only in purple weeds but also in some plants. You can find it in the leaves, stems, fruits, and every plant part.
    #Anthocyanin Purple weeds were not as common in the past the way they are today. But due to their attractiveness and preferences by consumers and growers, they have risen in popularity. Nowadays, all dispensaries stock purple-colored weeds. What makes weed plants turn purple is the high concentration of anthocyanin. This is a flavonoid with known antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. This chemical is present not only in purple weeds but also in some plants. You can find it in the leaves, stems, fruits, and every plant part.
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