AAAA Granddaddy Purple (GDP)
Hybrid 80% indica, 20% sativa ratio THC percentage of 17-24% Granddaddy Purple, aka Grand Daddy Purp or GDP, is a hybrid that was first propagated in Northern California in 2003 by breeder Ken Estes. A cross between Purple Urkle and Big Bud, GDP was then backcrossed into itself. It was a hit and a genetic winner, won first place in 2015 at the Denver High Times Cannabis Cup for Best U.S. Indica. The effects of Granddaddy Purple on the mind and body are possibly overwhelming, but surprisingly not in a negative way. At first, you begin to experience full relaxation of your body; you might begin to sink into your chair or bed, and you’ll probably get the sensation that you can finally feel the weight of your own self – if that makes sense. This feeling will quickly melt into a buzzing and happy high, leaving the mind with cerebral bliss and euphoria. With Granddaddy Purple, you can expect to have some of the typical “stoner” traits that are so widely discussed; munchies and couch-lock might begin to onset, which is amazing if you are purposely consuming this cannabis in order to increase appetite or help with sleep issues. Eventually, the relaxation will become so deep that you may discover yourself becoming tired and sleepy; this is normal because Granddaddy Purple very much acts as a natural sedative. It is best if this marijuana is consumed during the evening or late hours of the night, because it certainly is not suited as a morning pick-me-up; it’ll do the opposite. If these are the effects you are looking for, just know that Granddaddy Purple is one of the best indica cannabis strains you can choose from on the market. In fact, it is quickly becoming a favorite not only in the U.S. but also across the international community as well.