Marijuana Strain Description

GDP Clones

How GDP Clones Grow

Type:  Indica
Height:  3 feet
Branches:  Short
Flowering:  8 Weeks
Yield:  +2oz/plant
Environment:  Outdoor
Difficulty:  Advanced
Color:  Dark Green
Buds:  Dense

GDP Strain Description

Granddaddy Purple, or GDP, was first brought into existence back in 2003 when the famous indica Purple Urkle was crossed with Big Bud. The west coast staple possesses a distinct berry-like, grape smell coming from its parent Purple Urkle, while also showing a large, compact bud structure as a result of its other parent Big Bud. Descriptive of its scent, GDP shows a beautiful dark purple color that is contrasted by snowy-white crystal resins. This highly potent strain is known to be an equally effective remedy for both the body and mind, resulting in a couch-lock high while mentally you are in a relaxed, dream-like state. Since it is known to have some of the strongest effect among all of the indica strains, it is most commonly used for treating pain, stress, muscle spasms, insomnia, and loss of appetite. Granddaddy Purple is another strain that may have a higher degree of difficulty for growing, however its results are often more than worth it given its powerful effects.

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GDP Clones

Indica Marijuana Attributes

Relaxation & Serenity
Higher CBD Content
Treats Body Conditions
Night Medication

GDP Clones Helps Treat

Muscle Spasms
Joint Pain
Multiple Sclerosis

Medical Effects

GDP Clones For Sale
Medical Effects Patient Experience
Chronic Pain

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