Granddaddy purple kush
Granddaddy Purple, also known as “Grand Daddy Purp,” “Granddaddy Purps,” “GDP,” and “Granddaddy Purple Kush,” is an indica marijuana strain. Granddaddy Purple (also known as GDP), a well-known indica cross of Mendo Purps, Skunk, and Afghanistan, was made popular by Ken Estes in 2003. By passing on Skunk’s huge, compact bud form, this California mainstay receives a complex Mendo Purps and Afghanistan scent. Deep purple GDP flower blooms provide a striking contrast to the resin’s snow-like white coating. Its powerful effects, which combine cerebral exhilaration and physical relaxation, are readily apparent 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 whirl. 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.