Deep Purple strain
About Deep Purple strain
Deep purple strain coined after the most epic rock band ever, Deep Purple takes over the scene with its incredible indica vibes. This cultivar is 85% indica and 15% sativa, inducing super chilled highs.
Many other cannabis enthusiasts, however, hear Deep Purple and thinking of dense, colorful buds bursting with grape and berry flavor. Deep Purple is a cross between Mendocino Purps-descended, Purple Urkle, and fruity indica Querkle. Created by the prolific breeding collective TGA Subcool Seeds, Deep Purple is a carefully-curated indica that offers mellow and sedative effects. Cannabis testing lab Analytic 360 has found flowers of this strain to have THC levels between 14% and 19%. Deep purple strain
When burnt, Deep Purple gives off a smooth, rich smoke that tastes like sweet grape and berry. This bud is best enjoyed in a joint or a freshly cleaned pipe so its flavor can shine. The stoney, heavy high creeps up slowly — within minutes, it will either leave you couch-locked or walking around daydreaming. It’s the perfect choice for evening or nighttime use, and it’s as fun to smoke alone as it is to share. Because it’s so sedative, Deep Purple can also be a great way to treat insomnia.
How Deep Purple strain looks like
Deep Purple is marked by very large, tapered flowers that adhere in a dense indica bud structure. The bright, almost neon green flowers are threaded through with neon orange hairs — which are actually pistils, meant to catch pollen from fertilizing male plants. As this strain’s name implies, most phenotypes also boast shades of purple in their leaves, ranging from a pale lavender to a deep violet.
These fruity and refreshing notes are grounded out by the musky and dank scent of freshly-tilled soil. When combusted, Deep Purple burns with a rich, lung-expanding, and surprisingly smooth smoke. On the exhale, it leaves flavors of sugary grape and berry, tinged by some earthy, tobacco-like notes. Notably, this strain’s grape flavor is entirely incidental to its purple appearance: this is because the the flower’s color-determining pigments function independently of the terpenes that dictate the strain’s flavor pro