Buy Purple Kush Online. Purple Kush is a pure indica strain that emerged from the Oakland area of California as the result of a Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani cross. 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. Purple Kush will grow wide rather than tall, and will be ready for harvest following an 8 week flowering time.
Purple Kush is a strain that boasts the purple aspect in more than one way. The deep red, violet, and pink hues of this strain make it obvious that it’s Purple Kush. And if that isn’t enough, it also tastes like all things purple: grapes, candy, wine. If the beauty of its appearance and divine flavor isn’t enough, it also is a 100% indica, so it can make you super relaxed, giggly, and happy.
Professed as one of the Top 10 marijuana strains by High Times themselves back in 2016, the otherworldy Purple Kush strain rightfully lives up to its colorful persona.
Highlighting its vibrantly shaded buds that bloom and blossom with purples, pinks and reds, sealed with dark to neon greens and a delectable flavor to tie the whole matter together, this strain is a neatly packed gift of great green ganja, ready to be shared with the entire planet.
Also known as “Purple Hindu Kush”, Purple Kush is a pure indica that sets itself apart from other indica hybrids with its eye-catching colors and pleasant taste. It was originally created by breeders in a neighborhood of Oakland, California dubbed Oaksterdam, one of the oldest legal medical marijuana areas of the United States. Purple Kush is a cross between two South-Central Asian indica landraces: Hindu Kush, from the mountainous Pakistan-Afghanistan border, and a purple-tinged variety of Afghani. With 100% indica genetics, it provides a slow and relaxing full body stone. Named a Top 10 Kush Strain by High Times magazine in 2016, Purple Kush has THC composition ranging from 17% to as much as 27%.
This strain has medium sized, popcorn-like flowers when cured, with a very dense, heavy bud structure. Depending on the phenotype, leaves can be equal parts green and purple. The tendency towards purple, selectively bred from the Purple Afghani parent strain, comes about when the plant’s anthocyanins — pigments similar to chlorophyll — are activated in cold growing conditions. This process is similar to the breakdown of chlorophyll and the stimulation of red and yellow pigments that causes foliage to change colors in autumn.