Purple Kush Feminized seeds where engineered in California in the late nineties as a crossing between Purple Afghan and the Hindu Kush. It is a 100indica strain that results in a short and dense marijuana plant with compact but heavy buds. The beautiful purple leaves full of resin make it a wonderful marijuana plant to grow. A good strain to grow outdoor, especially in Mediterranean climates.
Feminized smell a bit dank, just like other kush strains do. While smoking Purple kush you will get into a state of total relaxation, great for people with sleep deprivation too.
Purple Kush is a pure Indica strain that emerged from the Oakland area of California as the result of crossing the Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani. Its aroma is subtle and earthy with sweet overtones typical of Kush varieties. Blissful, long-lasting euphoria blankets the mind while physical relaxation rids the body of pain, sleeplessness, and stress. will grow wide rather than tall, and will be ready for harvest following an 8-week flowering time.
Purity of Purple Kush Feminized:
Purple Kush Feminized is a 100% pure Indica strain created as a potent cross between the insanely popular Hindu Kush X Purple Afghani strains. Users describe the high as having an immediately uplifting euphoric head high that leaves you completely pain-free and slightly introspective. This is accompanied by a warming numbing body high that starts in the head and spreads throughout the body, leaving. These buds have small furry bright neon green nugs with rich purple and fiery orange hairs and dark purple undertones. These nugs are frosty with fine white trichomes and sticky with sweet resin.
Purple Kush is my first strain when I began to smoke, definitely one of the best Taste of grape aroma really
This was the first “Purple” cannabis I ever purchased… Ironically I had read it was not always very purple in color and indeed I almost saw none at all. Not a big deal, the whole “purple” thing seems like a lame gimmick anyways, but I had heard good things. The buds were leafy AF, unfortunately, I don’t remember which cultivator it was… But since there’s ONLY 3 in the freaking state (RIDICULOUS!!) so you can probably guess if you are here in Arkansas. The taste was pretty good, especially if you like the flavor of sweet red wine. The potency was just over 21% which was good enough, but I couldn’t get over all the dang leaf. I’m sure if I had tried this legend in Denver or Amsterdam it would have been a hell of a lot better