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Indica lovers rejoice! Granddaddy Purple (or GDP) genetics can be linked to the mix of Big Bud and Purple Urkle – each powerful Indica strains in their own right.
Sure enough, Grand Daddy Purple has become a household name among medical marijuana patients and cannabis enthusiasts alike. GDP is the most requested strain in many Californian collectives.
This California staple inherits a complex grape and berry aroma from its Purple Urkle parent, while Big Bud passes on its over-sized, compact bud structure. GDP flowers bloom in shades of deep purple, a contrastive backdrop for its snow-like dusting of white crystal resin.
In many respects, Granddaddy Purple is very similar (some believe it is actually the same) to the Grape Ape strain. Interestingly, they each are said to have Mendocino Purps in their lineage, which explains why they have nearly all the same traits with only small aesthetic differences. That being said, you can always recognize the GrandDaddy Purple strain from the distinct berry marshmallow scent.
The terpene profile from this batch of Grand Daddy Purple has an intense berry influence. Couple with significant pain-relief attributes, which is why this strain can be perfect for patients looking for a relaxing session that will help provide relief to most physical ailments.
Its potent psychoactive effects are clearly detectable in both mind and body, delivering a fusion of cerebral euphoria and physical relaxation. While your thoughts may float in a dreamy buzz, your body is more likely to find itself fixed in one spot for the duration of GDP’s effects.
GDP can be a great choice of strain to end your night in a deep body melt. Some of our patients use this strain to fight off insomnia with ease, and to help stimulate appetite. Like most heavy indica varieties, Granddaddy Purple is typically pulled off the shelf to treat pain, stress, and muscle spasms.
The original Grand Daddy Purple strain is a personal favorite of Green Door West and will always be our go-to choice to end the day pain-free. It sure makes for an all-around pleasurable session every time as the cannabinoids work together to aid in relaxation.
We recommend using a high-quality vaporizer for the ultimate healthy enjoyment of this premium flower!
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Highest quality GDP I have ever found in my life. Awesome job Green Door West!
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Granddaddy was great! Katie was super sweet and an awesome delivery girl! Definitely will be ordering again.
Great batch of Granddaddy! Super relaxing and euphoric. You'll get a good nights sleep off this guy. Cant go wrong with this one or any of their other strains. Hands down the best collective in California!
Excellent Strain for pain relief
GDW just keeps it coming, never disappointed!
This was my first time using a service for delivery, and it was a great experience! I will recommend to anyone I know who is interested. Thank you!
My favorite Bud it's got such a deep and yet comfortable high
Just when I thought this collective couldn't possibly up their game! I have been a huge fan of the grape ape, one of he finest aroma in their collection, but grand daddy rivals it...and that says A LOT. Amazing flower ...keep it up GDW!
I love this more than anything in GDWs inventory. GDW, as far as I'm concerned with more than 30 yrs doing this, has the most powerful colas, huge size, striated with colors and great, great taste. The "High" is stupendous and it journeys from one level to the next, one parallel universe to another -- and it does not stop for 4 hours or more. I journey more on Grandaddy Purple than I ever have on any other flower. Following Grandaddy Purple, I also love Platinum Girl Scout Cookies and Blue Dream. I love the way Blue Dream smells (follows Grandaddy Purple closely but there is nothing like Grandaddy). It has the most pleasant, unusual fragrance of any flower I've tried. Give it a try -- you won't be disappointed. If you want to ask me a question...