In Indica THC 17-23% CBD 0.1-0.1%

Granddaddy Purple


Overview:

GDP as it is known as, or Granddady Purple is a famous indica cross between Purple Urkle and Big Bud. Born in California this main stay inherits a mixture of grape and berry aromas from its Purple Urkle parent, while Big Bud gives it its huge, yet dense bud structure. GDP flowers bloom in shades of deep purple, a backdrop for its snow-like dusting of white crystal resin on the outer leaves. GDP has psychoactive effects that work into a great mind body experience, delivering a fusion of intense euphoria and full body release and comfort. Similar to other deep indica varieties, Granddaddy Purple is usually purchased to treat pain, stress, insomnia, appetite loss, and muscle spasms. GDP rewards most growers with titanic commercial yields which are ready for harvest 60 days after flowering.

Strain Attributes:

Effects

Euphoric

Happy

Hungry

Relaxed

Sleepy

Euphoric

Happy

Hungry

Relaxed

Sleepy

Medical Uses

Depression

Insomnia

Lack of Appetite

Pain

Stress

Depression

Insomnia

Lack of Appetite

Pain

Stress

Negatives

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Headache

Paranoid

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Headache

Paranoid


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