Ken's Grand Daddy Purple
Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: While I much prefer the narcotic, sedating and highly intoxicating effect I receive from the original GDP strain, Ken' Grand Daddy Purple would be ideal for somebody who is normally a sativa-lover but desires a change to an indica-dominant strain.
Originally bred in the notorious Bay Area of Northern California, Ken's GDP offers a highly potent indica-dominant effect that isn't going to land you in the hopeless state of couch-lock to which you're so accustomed to when medicating with GDP. Due to the fact that Ken's Grand Daddy is crossed with the Champagne strain, many Northern California marijuana patients are relying more and more on this top-shelf bud to alleviate their ailments. These buds are much more purple than the original GDP strain and have an added citrus aroma to the flavor and scent combination. Dense clusters of light-orange pistils shoot out of the royal purple foliage, giving off a hashy, fruity and intoxicating aroma even after only the jar/container has been opened.
Much like this strainís GDP heritage, sheíll flower for 8 - 9 weeks, but has shown to be particularly sensitive to spider mites during flowering. Kenís Grand Daddy grows to a reasonable 40Ē or lower and will put on a marvelous display of deep purples, blues and reds in her leaves during flushing. Sheíll also smell like a hash-making operation during the final week of flowering, due to extreme resin output.
When you open the jar of Kenís Grand Daddy Purple that you just picked up from the club, donít be surprised to see one nug in your jar/bag. Donít be worried though, as these large-bud-producing plants tend to grow top colas that often weigh over ľ oz, with the lower buds being somewhat puny. Look for eighths of these buds to go for around $50 to $55 an eighth in most Bay Area dispensaries. So what are you waiting for, go grab some now.