Among the almost endless types of cannabis strains available, there are those gems that are known to change color as they approach the flowering stage. The predominant variation of “regular” green cannabis is the color purple.
For some varieties, this is due to genetics. The other side of the rainbow believes that external factors (natural and/or artificial) such as temperature and light play a role. Keep in mind that sometimes purple stems and/or veins can be an indication of a nutrient deficiency. If you find yourself looking to brighten your day, keep in mind that not all breed names necessarily refer to the actual flower, but may simply reflect common traits of the breed such as red “hair”. Finding subspecies with true pink and fuchsia/red undertones like the Pink Flower Shaman is a truly rare treat.
Motorbreath or Motorbreath #2 is a cross between Chemdawg and SVG OG Kush. It is an indica-dominant hybrid of 40% sativa and 60% indica. A great breed if you are an OG fan. Famous for its strong diesel smell. This beautiful bud has a spade-shaped mint green bud with long orange whiskers and a coating of amber crystal tricolor. Containing an impressive level of THC from 16 to 26%, this strain helps relieve stress, pain, loss of appetite, chronic pain and insomnia. CannaFitHealth.com
Of all the purple breeds, the most popular was always Grand Daddy Purple. Go to the indica strain. The one who should always be on your list. You know what they are and you know what you’re getting. Unless you are growing your flowers from trusted seeds, it is always a good idea to get your flowers from a reputable source. Always choose quality over quantity.
There are pages upon pages of information on the scientific details included that describe the process behind what causes “green” sprouts to “substitute,” but the reason is this. The color pigments in hemp are called anthocyanins. There are about 400 of those. Factors including pH cause these molecules to appear in shades of red, blue, or mostly purple/pink. In hemp plants there are genes that control the plant’s DNA including the production of proteins that affect different levels of terpenes, flavonoids, and all the rest. Although anthocyanins do not affect the potency of the strain, it is believed to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties.
some varieties Purple weed strains Includes Grape Ape that can generate up to 20% thc and is often compared to Grand Daddy Purple during hitting and tasting.
In the words of the legendary Jimmy H. “Excuse me while I kiss the sky.” Of course it could just be a purple haze, and many could associate it with the “funny representation” of another popular pure indica strain, lilac Kush, which some describe as sweet and fruity on the nose and very similar in taste. Common perception about Kush dynasties. It is mostly used for its soothing properties and relieving chronic pain.
Purple train wreck flowers are said to have an almost medicinal scent with large blossoms and lots of crystals. Not a “lilac tasting” leaning more toward earthy tones, but very smooth. High in my favorites list, Purple Afghan Kush, this is a beautiful indica, with an amazing fresh pineapple scent. Not something you would expect from Kush. High in THC with a long-lasting relaxing effect. purposeful