Granddaddy Purple Strain



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Granddaddy Purple, also referred to as Grandaddy Purp or GDP, maybe a hybrid that was first propagated in Northern California in 2003 by breeder Ken Estes. A cross between Purple Urkle and large Bud, GDP was then backcrossed into itself.

Granddaddy Purple has a mean THC content of roughly 17 percent and is usually high in Caryophyllene, alpha-Pinene, and Humulene. Like most indicas, this strain has been reported to help you relax and sleep, making it perfect for day or already dark.

Grand Daddy Purple Effects + Benefits
In a 10 round prizefight, you would like this strain on your side. It’s a licensed knockout, home run, touchdown, or whatever you would like to call it. End of the day, it’s a force to be reckoned with.

The high begins with a tingling, cerebral buzz that quickly escalates into a full-body euphoric experience.

You want to be on the brink of a couch or bed because, at any moment, notice you’ll lose function of your limbs. Confirm to urge the popcorn and drinks ready before smoking!

Grand Daddy Purple melts away stress and releases endorphins galore, glazing an enormous smile across your face. While it’s not considered a social strain, we all know sharing is caring.

What makes GDP a particular strain is its medicinal properties. Grand Daddy Purple may be a powerful sedative, alleviating chronic pain, and inflammation.

As well as physical ailments, it’s excellent to eliminate stress and depression.

If you would like to be the simplest, you attend smoke the simplest. Get yourself Grand Daddy Purple and reap the profits.


Up to 21-23% THC


Flavors: Berry, Sweet, Grape

Effects: Relaxed, Sleepy, Happy, Euphoric, Hungry

Medical Uses: Stress, Insomnia, Pain, Depression, Lack of Appetite

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