Concerning Granddaddy Purple
One of the most well-liked indica strains on the west coast and possibly the most well-known “purple” cannabis strain in the US is Granddaddy Purple (also known as Grand Daddy Purps).
Purple Urkle and Big Bud were bred together in 2003 by San Francisco Bay Area cannabis grower Ken Estes and his colleagues in an effort to produce the best indica hybrid. Granddaddy Purple, the offspring of these two, is an exact replica of its parents’ two best characteristics: the dense, enlarged buds of Big Bud and the deep, dark purple color of Purple Urkle. granddaddy purple seeds
It is a very beautiful strain since the dark purple buds combine well with the vivid orange hairs and frosted white trichomes that liberally cover the bud. Granddaddy Purple is one of the most sought-after indica strains from San Francisco to Los Angeles. This is because of its Hollywood appearance and traditional indica characteristics. Despite its popularity, many cultivators and those involved in the cannabis industry contend that Grand Daddy Purps is nearly identical to Grape Ape, another well-known purple strain.
Some people even propose that these two strains might be one and the same. Others only assert that because of how strikingly similar their ancestry, appearance, flavor, and effects are. Farmers, dispensaries, and users all mistake them for one another. granddaddy purple seeds
Grand Daddy Purple is ideal for nighttime use. Initially, it hits the body and mind but quickly fades into a nice body buzz like most powerful indicas do. It induces the typical indica couchlock feeling and may even exacerbate bodily numbness. It is quite calming and ideal for winding down after a long day.
Granddaddy Purps is the best strain of medical marijuana for treating pain in patients. Additionally, it is said to be beneficial in treating anxiety, depression, and sleeplessness. However, novice users should exercise caution, as this strain has a potent high. Starting with one or two hits and waiting a few minutes before choosing to take more is what we’d advise.