Purple Punch Feminized Seeds
|Up to 20%
|Indica / Sativa
|75% / 25%
|Up to 500 grams / 17.6 ounces per sq meter
|Up to 90 cm / 35.4 inch
|Relaxed, Happy, Sedative
|Sweet, Fruity, Berries, Peppery, Caramel
|Average (8-12 weeks)
What are the effects of Purple Punch cannabis?
An Indica that will leave you relaxed and mesmerized. It is ideal for the end of the day. If you want to kick back after a long day at work, this is the strain for you. Take a relaxing shower, put on comfortable clothes, select your favorite music or show and enjoy this wonderful strain in the way you like best. You will be blown away by its aroma, flavor, and effects. It could help alleviate anxiety, nervousness, insomnia, stress, and other ailments. It will also be a good companion to help alleviate some side effects of medications or treatments, such as nausea. Find out why Purple Punch is such a beloved strain and why it has touched the hearts of so many.
What does Purple Punch feminized taste like?
This strain is a stoner favorite, not just because of its potency, but also its incredible aroma and flavor. A flavor that meets the expectations of even the most demanding palates. You will find a mixture of mouth-watering sweet flavors, caramel, apple pie, blueberries, cherries, and, to finish, a spicy aftertaste.
Characteristics and care
Another reason why this variety is prevalent is because of its appearance. It's a compact but robust plant, making growing easier even if you don't have much space. Purple Punch has a low cultivation difficulty and a yield that will leave you surprised, generating up to 650 to 800 Grams (23 to 28 Ounces) pre 1 m2 (11 ft2), depending on where you decide to plant it and the environmental conditions. Its buds are sure to impress with purple flowers, orange pistils, and an enormous amount of white trichomes that might make you the world's happiest grower! It is a beauty without limits, perfect for professional growers due to its high yield and rapid growth, but also perfect for those with a small garden. Either way, watching them grow is a spectacle!