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Granddaddy Purple

Overview

The Granddaddy Purple (GDP) Indica strain is a cross between the Purple Urkle and the Big Bud. The blend between these two popular strains is the reason for its complex grape and berry aroma. This strain which entered the West Coast in 2003 has a compact bud structure and over-sized nugs which are fuzzy, incredibly dense and have purple hues all round. This strain was developed by a Californian breeder Ken Estes for sale in the marijuana market. The nugs of the Granddaddy Purple are covered by orange hairs. The strain is primarily used for medical marijuana as a result of its THC content (20 to 23%) and is a very effective treatment for a lot of medical conditions.

This strain can be grown both indoors and outdoors and blossoms more in a controlled environment. The strain produces high yields in both soil and hydro setups. For those who want to grow this strain outdoors, take note that the strain has to be grown in consistently warm weather (20 to 25 degrees on average) in order to produce the best yields. When grown indoors, the Granddaddy Purple yields up to 500g per square meter grow up to 75cm tall. Outdoors, this strain may grow a full kilo. The flowering time for this strain is somewhere around 9 weeks.

Granddaddy Purple Indica Dominant Hybrid cannabis strain

What Consumers are Saying:

Patients who consume the Granddaddy Purple strain of medicinal marijuana have reported both positive and some negative effects when using the product. Some common and some rare.

The Positives

  • Relaxed
  • Euphoric
  • Sleepy
  • Improves appetite
  • Happy
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Potential Medical Benefits

Below are a list of conditions that Grandaddy Purple may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.

The Negatives

Some users reported dry mouth, dry eyes, and dizziness.

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