Known for its stunningly bright purple buds, Godfather Purps is an Indica-dominant strain brought to you by MTG Seeds.
Godfather Purps = Mendo Purps x Godfather Kush
Since this is my first time coming across the Godfather Purps strain as a medical marijuana patient, I didn’t know what to expect. So, as I always do, I look to the genetics of the strain to take an educated best-guess of how it will effect me, before I begin to medicate.
With a little bit of research you will discover the Mendo Purps strain is a heavy, pure-Indica that has been awarded as a High Times Cannabis Cup winner at least 2 times in the last decade. Once in 2007 and once again in 2009… Guess that goes to show how much people are attracted to the berry flavor and strong Indica body-high.
Similarly, Godfather Kush is Indica-dominant, with genetics stemming from the combination of (GDP) X (LA Confidential) X (Bubba Kush).
The Godfather Purps Strain Is Shockingly Purple
When I got into my collective to see what new medical marijuana strains were available, my jaw nearly hit the glass cabinet when the budtender pulled out a big jar containing hundreds of neon purple buds. The jar contained a sweet grape/berry aroma that smelled more fruity than I was expecting.
To experience the full flavor of the Godfather Purps strain, I decided to vaporize the buds in my new Medical Jane themed Silver Surfer Vaporizer. Each hit was accompanied by a sugary sweet, yet dry vapor that packed a punch. My eye lids and limbs begin to get heavy after just 2-3 long inhales.
The strong Indica influence in its genetics make the Godfather Purps strain ideal for medical marijuana patients seeking a strain for night-time. It’s most popular for its ability to relieve back pain, muscle strains, insomnia, anxiety, and is frequently used to boost appetite in those suffering from chemo treatments and/or disorders such as anorexia.
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