Purple candy is the first new character to join M&M’s in a decade, and she’s also the brand’s first-ever female peanut M&M. Her name, “Purple,” is a nod to the company’s global commitment to inclusivity, Mars said in a press release.
She is joined by the brand’s other iconic characters Red, Yellow, Green and Blue. The brand is even partnering with rapper Lil Nas X for a limited-edition pack of Purple, blue and pink M&M’s, which are emblazoned with the musician’s face, butterflies and hearts in light pink, purple and blue.
Her high is slow, creeping and may take several minutes for users to feel her presence, as a light pressure around the eyes and temples may occur before an overall tingly body stone sets in. Some users report sensory distortions, including a delay in the perception of time, which can lead to a feeling of slowed motion and an introspective state that can be useful for problem-solving.
The high from Purple Candy is a calm, euphoric and uplifting one that may leave you feeling very happy. It can also help with stress and anxiety, fatigue, headaches, insomnia, and other sleep disorders. It is especially helpful for treating eating disorders and wasting conditions, as it can boost appetite.