100% pure Indica
Parents of Purple Kush
Get some rest! Purple Kush ideal for entrenched insomnia and chronic pain related to cancer and fibromyalgia. The strain’s sedative effects help treat symptoms of anxiety and depression, and relieve nausea and poor appetite.
Sweet grapes nuanced with a subtle earthiness.
At first, flavours tend to be dominated by a musky sandalwood. Secondary notes include a sweet grapiness reminiscent of dessert wine or purple cough syrup.
Side-effects may include dry mouth, dry eyes, dizziness, and mild paranoia.
CBD Range (grown under optimum conditions)
0.07 – 0.1%
THC Range (grown under optimum conditions)
17 – 27%.
Growing low and bushy, Purple Kush has a high capacity to create sticky resin, making it valuable in the production of hash and other concentrates. Closely related to the original Cannabis species in Asia, Purple Kush has four phenotypes, three of which typically express Sativa influence while the fourth exhibits more Indica-like characteristics.
Purple Kush grows distinctive medium-sized, dense, popcorn-like flowers. Furry, bright, neon-green nugs are marked by rich purple and fiery orange hairs, with characteristic deep purple undertones. These gorgeous nugs are frosted with fine, white trichomes and sweet, sticky resin.
Purple Kush plants rarely exceed 3 feet in height, and can easily fit into a vertically-limited grow space. Plants are happiest when they can grow freely and are not confined to pots. Purple Kush must be cold-shocked just before harvest to activate the colour-rich anthocyanins responsible for this strain’s trademark purple hue. For best results, hang buds upside-down for a week at 50% humidity and a consistent temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Seal the dried buds in wide-mouthed jars at 70 degrees Fahrenheit between 60-65% humidity.
Purple Kush requires a dry climate and is best grown in mid to late September.
Harvest: 8 weeks
Purple Kush can be grown extremely successfully indoors under controlled conditions.
Flowering Time: 8 weeks