GDP Weed Strain
$50.00 – $300.00
Granddaddy Purple, sometimes known as GDP, is a well-known cannabis variety. It is produced by fusing Big Bud with Purple Urkle. It is effective for pain, tension, sleeplessness, and muscle spasms because it frequently leaves patients with a drowsy buzz and a sense of profound physical relaxation. THC is only a small part of the story of this strain, even though it normally ranges from 15 to 19%.
This indica cannabis variety is also known as “Granddaddy Purps,” “Grand Daddy Purp,” “GDP,” and “Grandaddy Purple Kush.” Granddaddy Purple. In 2003, Ken Estes made Mendo Purps, Skunk, and Afghanistan into a well-known Indica hybrid.
Granddaddy Purple is frequently chosen off the shelf by customers seeking relief from discomfort, tension, insomnia, loss of appetite, and muscle spasms. GDP provides producers with enormous yields that are ready for harvest after a 60-day indoor flowering period.
Its potent effects, which mix physical relaxation and mental euphoria, are immediately perceptible in the mind and body. While your body might find itself locked in one place for the length of GDP’s effects, your thoughts are more likely to float in a dreamy haze.
Skunk departs with its large, dense bud structure. Deep purple GDP blooms serve as a striking contrast to the white crystal resin’s snow-like sprinkling.
Flavor and Aroma
This Mendo Purps and Afghanistan parent gives this California favorite a rich grape and berry scent. There have been reports of grape, cherry, and spicy/herbal flavors. Every cannabis strain has a different fragrance, and the aroma of cannabis is noticeably potent and distinctive. Terpenes, aromatic chemicals released inside the resin glands of the cannabis flowers, are the component of the cannabis plant responsible for these various aromas. In addition to offering a variety of scents, terpenes can enhance the cannabinoid profile, producing stronger and more concentrated physical and cerebral effects than the THC percentage would suggest.
Myrcene, caryophyllene, and pinene are the main terpenes present in Granddaddy Purple.
Myrcene is the terpene found in cannabis most frequently. The scent is frequently characterized as earthy with musky undertones, smelling like cloves, and occasionally even having a delicious, red grape-like scent. Additionally, it has reportedly been shown to be effective in lowering chronic pain and inflammation.
The peppery and spiciness of caryophyllene, which is also present in black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, and other spices like oregano, is what makes it so popular. Because beta-caryophyllene interacts with CB2 receptors, it is used in topical and cream anti-inflammatory products. The only terpene that can bind to cannabinoid receptors is caryophyllene.
Pinene terpenes, which are abundant in pine trees and have a distinct pine scent, have an anti-inflammatory effect on people. They can lessen the memory loss brought on by THC use and aid in enhancing airflow and respiratory processes. Cancer, Crohn’s disease, arthritis, and asthma can all be treated with a pinene-rich strain.