Grand Daddy Purple is A creation straight out of Ken Estes’ San Francisco lab –Grand Daddy Purple, otherwise known as GDP is a potent indica strain.
Relatively resistant to common diseases, GDP is quite easy to grow, as long as you pay close attention to the humidity levels, which it prefers at about 50%. GDP prefers a well-ventilated space for growth, and can be trimmed to create more room for it to flourish.
Kept indoors, GDP is quite happy in hydro or soil alike, with it flowering as average of about 8 – 11 weeks. It can yield up to an estimated 19 ounces per square meter.
When grown outdoors, Grand Daddy Purple has the capacity to grow into a dense bush, generating a generous yield at about 17 ounces per plant. It is ready for harvest around the weeks of Mid-October.
Because GDP is a classic indica, it can create a strong mental high, leaving you to let your thoughts calm down and generate a cool brain buzz. For those seeking a deep and relaxing recreational high, Grand Daddy Purple offers just that. It is a powerful sleep-aid, which makes it the perfect night-time puff.
Not only does it help you unwind and let go of all your stresses, but it leaves you feeling happy and content. This is what makes it a great companion for a warm bubble bath at the end of the day.
A sense of euphoria can also be noticed in the effects of Grand Daddy Purple, and with it a sense of elation, and a strong desire to laugh. Sometimes, GDP can encourage a voracious appetite, but isn’t present in every user.
AROMA/FRAGRANCE of Grand Daddy Purple
Earning its name and reputation, Grand Daddy Purple famously smells like grapes and berries. It is said that a small chunk of GDP can fill a room with its aroma, with a certain sweet and fruitiness lingering in the air.
FLAVORS of Grand Daddy Purple
Grand Daddy Purple tastes much the way it smells – like grapes and berries. It is reminiscent of an earthy pine mixed with the sweet presence of citrus fruits. Some have also described its exhale as something that would remind you of a grape popsicle.
ADVERSE REACTIONS of Grand Daddy Purple
Among the few side effects of this bud, that have been reported, is dehydration and the sensation of a dry mouth and dry eyes. Other adverse reactions to GDP are mild cases of dizziness and sometimes paranoia, although quite rarely. It is also known to cause a very slight yet lingering headache for some.
Grand Daddy Purple made its way into the scene originally as a medically created strain. It has been touted as a strong healer among other hybrids, and has gained traction it its popularity as a powerful de-stressor.
Used widely to help manage pain, Grand Daddy Purple has proven to be very useful for patients with chronic and acute conditions alike.
GDP is also perfect for those who suffer from irregular sleep patterns, for its ability to relax both the mind and body to aid one to a night of restful sleep. In many cases, it is used in the battle against anxiety and depression, relieving the mind of its worries. For cancer patients, it has also proven to help rid one of nausea brought on by radiation and chemotherapy. This makes it also an important factor in restoring appetite in those who are under medication or suffer from anorexia nervosa.
INFORMATION ABOUT GRAND DADDY PURPLE STRAIN
Origin The Grand Daddy Purple is a product of crossbreeding
Plant type 100% Indica
THC Up to 23%
Plant Size Compact
Flowers 9 weeks
Yields 14 to 17 oz per 3x3ft
- Taste & Smell
- Lack of appetite
- Lack of appetite
Climate Best growing in a humidity controlled environment (GDP likes humidity to hover around 50%).
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