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Granddaddy Purple Buds
Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica THC: 17% – 27%, CBD: 7%
Grand Daddy Purple is an indica dominant strain and is a cross between Big Bud and Purple Urkle. This blend explains why it has a complex berry and grape aroma while its nugs are oversized with a compact bud structure. The nugs are incredibly dense and fuzzy with deep purple hues that run throughout the buds. Additionally, the nugs are covered by orange hairs and contrast well with its resin-coated buds. What really sets this strain apart from the others is that it is easy to identify by the taste alone. Its taste lingers on the tongue for longer and will help you feel relaxed. The strain has a serious kick to it and its psychoactive effects are evidently detectable in both body and mind. It manages to deliver an overwhelming feeling of physical relaxation and cerebral euphoria. You will find yourself fixed in one spot while your thoughts float in a dreamy buzz for the duration of Grand Daddy Purple’s effects. Just like any other indica dominant strain, it is primarily used for medical uses. The strain is quite effective for patients suffering from appetite loss, pain, insomnia, muscle spasms and stress.
In many respects, Grand Daddy Purple is very similar (some believe it is actually the same) to the Grape Apestrain. Interestingly, they each are said to have Mendocino Purps in their lineage, which explains why they have nearly all the same traits with only small aesthetic differences. That being said, you can always recognize the Grandaddy Purple strain from the distinct berry marshmallow scent.
nLook – Nice thick buds with shades of purple. Great trichome coverage, with orange hairs to compliment.
Smell – Grand Daddy Purple smells very fruity and grapey. Just like the Purple Erkle, if purple had a smell, this would be it.
Taste – A very smooth grapey, purple taste. Very fruity.
Effects – For an Indica Grand Daddy Purple is very uplifting but still gives you the Indica relaxation.
Medical Uses – Anxiety, stress, Nausea, depression