Breeder – Garden of Green
Alaskan Purple Cannabis Strain
By crossing Kush with an unnamed Brazilian Sativa, the Indica-dominant Alaskan Purple was born. This strain’s name is aptly chosen, as a glance at her genetic makeup reveals that she is a member of the Purple family. Consumers have found Alaskan Purple with THC levels between 20% and 27% in dispensaries. A first-time user should exercise extreme caution due to the thick resin covering these lovely nugs. This strain has a delicious aroma and flavor profile, with notes of berries, flowers, and herbs that leave your mouth watering. How about a day of doing nothing, eating nothing, and needing a break? If that’s the case, Alaskan Purple is the perfect complement since her calming effects are there but not in a way that dominates. Upon first exposure, you may experience a surge of happiness that travels down to your toes. If you know you will be relaxing on the sofa while smoking, it’s a great idea to have some snacks around.
Growing Alaskan Purple Seeds
Alaskan Purple Feminized seeds is a strain that performs well in a wide range of growing environments. When grown indoors, yields average 550 g/m2, whereas outdoor yields average 1700 g/plant. The buds are sticky with resin to the end after 56 days of blossoming. Irish Seeds Bank recommends wide, vertical spaces and the ScrOG method for fruitful indoor culture because they provide a consistent plane and expand the lower blossoms. It is important to remember that plants may grow to be pretty significant, so if you decide to plant this strain outside, you will need a location with plenty of space and one hidden from view. It’s far less challenging to cultivate plants indoors, and in most circumstances, you may harvest them after only fifty-six days.
Alaskan Purple Flavor and Effect
The scent and taste are dominated by fruity, floral, and sweet notes. This strain packs a powerful punch because of its high THC content and the Kush genetics that contributed to it. The added psychoactivity amplifies the sedative effects of the Brazilian Sativa genes, and the high lasts for hours. Alaskan Purple buds with purple undertones and thick, medium-green nugs covered in sticky, delicious resin that reaches every crevice of the leaf. When you remove the sealed packaging and take a whiff of the rich flowery and herbaceous notes combined with the fragrant berry smells, you will immediately know that you are smelling something of exceptional quality. Subtle underlying earthiness enhances the bold, peppery berry and herbal flavors.
The high with Alaskan Purple isn’t particularly intense, but it might last several hours. Your mind will first be assaulted by a wave of exhilaration, dispelling any melancholy or tension, and replaced by a carefree experience of bliss. Once your mind is clear, your body will reach a deep level of relaxation that won’t sap your energy immediately but will soon leave you feeling completely at peace and sleepy. Alaskan Purple’s powerful psychoactive effects and high 20 to 27 average THC % may help those with chronic anxiety, stress, melancholy, severe pain, decreased appetite, nausea, and chronic fatigue.