Years ago, the only purple strains you could find were only purple due to environmental conditions. Plants grown outdoors that were subject to prolonged periods of cold temperatures would start to develop a purple color.
The legend, Mendocino Purps came together with Skunk and Afghani in order to give the world the amazing Grape Ape strain. This indica dominant strain has bold purple leaves and an unmistakable grape aroma.
Be careful when wading through the Blackwater strain. It’s powerful sedative effects are best suited for before-bed sessions as they can sap productivity and leave you feeling really ‘stoned’. Blackwater has a deep purple color and a grape-like aroma.
Strains Purple Urkle and the Sativa, Casey Jones gave birth to the beautiful Lavender Jones. The name aptly describes both the aroma and the color of these perfume laden buds. Light green, purple buds emanating scents of lavender and fresh spring flowers.
Double Purple Doja, Purple Urkle and Purple Diesel were crossed in California to produce a strain high in THC and CBD. Purple Voodoo is a fantastic medical strain due to its ability to relieve pain. The dark green buds have hints of purple that give clue to the sweet, grape-like flavor.
Using LED grow lights can also help bring out the natural hues of your cannabis plants, maximizing the vibrancy and color contrast when compared to HID / HPS / MH grow lights.
The anthocyanins are actually found in many plants, many of which we eat. These anthocyanins are widely regarded as a powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective benefits. Eating foods that are rich in anthocyanins is known to help with a myriad of health conditions and contributes to an overall healthy life. Smoking them is a different story, but with the rise in popularity of consuming cannabis edibles and vaporizing it could prove to be far more beneficial than we currently know.
The powerful and colorful Granddaddy Purple, along with the Blueberry strain gave birth to Purple Berry. It has dense flowers that contain hints of purple, blue and even pink.
This is a very common question, many people want to know if there is any difference between purple varieties of cannabis and the more conventional green strains. The short answer is yes, there are differences.
20 Popular Purple Cannabis Strains Cannabis comes in a variety of different colors, most of them are just different shades of green though. The orange pistils and dusting of resin help give