Purple Champagne Strain
Purple Champagne Strain emanates a dank tangy aroma that has a fermenting fragrance to it. Under close explorations, you will find a grape scent to this flower along with the dank aroma. These little buds are not one to take lightly coming in at a high THC level of 29% this is a knock out cannabis product.
The Purple Champagne is Sativa-dominant (70/30 hybrid) cannabis strain is championed by a famed breeder Granddaddy Purple Strain (aka Ken Estes). This amazing strain is a cross between the eponymous Grandaddy Purple and Pink Champagne strains.
Thanks to the inception of online sales, the seed of the purple champagne is available in online stores. Its buds can be cultivated both indoors and outdoors, but growing the plant outdoor requires a semi-humid climate sandwiched by daytime temperatures that range between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Amongst other things, growing this strain outdoors is ideal for fostering the plant heights coupled with the fact that, its flowing time ranges between 9 to 10 weeks and its yield is relatively average.
Aroma and Taste
The Purple Champagne is no stranger to beautiful and enticing flavors and aroma. All of which is evident from its flowers, which emits a tangy berry aroma that has a fermented, almost rotting odor hanging out beneath. Looking up close to the Purple Champagne reveals a subtle grape scent. Once cracked open or ground up, this strain release an earthy and spicy scent, possibly passed down from grandparent strain Durban Poison.
This strain offers a strong sativa kick as well as an unforgettable flavor. Its THC content has been measured at between 16%, a whopping 29%, and a surprisingly low CBD of less than 1%.
These cannabis strain can’t only trigger a high but also serves as a potent panacea for
- Attention deficit disorders
- Relieves the symptoms of mild to moderate stress and depression
- Soothes physical pain, ranging from chronic as well as
- Disease-related pain to more common irritations like headaches and nausea