Purple Punch makes great medicine for patients who suffer from depression, insomnia, stress, or anxiety. The strain is ultra-chill and offers a soothing mental effect and gentle physical relaxation that can even be felt deep in the muscles. For this reason, Purple Punch acts like a potent pain reliever for those suffering from muscle tension and pain.
Under the right conditions, Purple Punch grows in typical indica fashion. It grows shorter and wider stems and produces dark green to purple water leaves that contrast nicely against the vibrant, tightly-packed flowers.
She thrives in a sunny, humid climate. Ideal conditions bring out the best colors and aromas in this strain, so it’s important to use quality equipment and play close attention to the plant at all stages of growth. Keep an eye out for mold, and be sure to train the plant whenever possible to avoid weak growth and keep her tendrils under control.
Purple Punch is a beautiful strain from the initial transplant all the way through the flower cycle and consequential dry and cure. When exposed to cooler temperatures at the end of the flower cycle, this eye-catching high-yielder displays beautiful purple and green hues like her Grandaddy Purple parent.
Her flowers range in color from purple to green and are covered in orange and yellow pistils, making for a bright, alien-like flower. Each tight football-shaped nug is covered in a thick blanket of silvery-white THC-rich trichomes. The surplus of resinous trichome heads makes Purple Punch an ideal strain for making into concentrates, as it tends to yield high.
Purple Punch is an uber-sweet strain with flavors reminiscent of grape candies and purple kool-aid. It offers a similarly sweet scent that reminds one of a basket of freshly baked blueberry muffins. It’s a real looker too, offering vibrant shades of green and purple flowers under thick blankets of THC-rich trichomes that give the strain its unmatched potency of 18-25%. All in all, this flavorful strain provides a host of health benefits and medical uses. Next time you see it at your favorite dispensary, be sure to give it a chance. In the meantime, check out the more in-depth review below to learn more about the specifics of the Purple Punch strain.
Purple Punch packs the one-two punch between mental relief and physical relief. The high also tend to stick around, making it a good choice for all-day stress and pain management. Many cancer patients turn to Purple Punch for its ability to ease worry and help with pain and nausea associated with chemotherapies. It’s the ability to cause extreme munchies is also a big reason for people with cancer or eating disorders to choose this strain to help them keep their bellies full.
Purple Punch Strain Breakdown
If you are interested in trying the world famous purple punch weed strain then you should read this review first to see if it's for you and also where to get it.
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Looks: An indica by nearly every stretch of the imagination, Purple Punch comes in dense, circular and scone-shaped buds and can foxtail at times. The calyxes, dark purple and rich, have a sugary layer of trichomes, like a bag of concord grapes.
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We’ve spotted Purple Punch at Ajoya, DANK, the Green Solution, the Herbal Cure, Herbs4You, Kind Love, the Joint, Kaya Cannabis, Lightshade, Northern Lights Cannabis Co., Peak, Rocky Road, Roll Up Dispensary, Seed & Smith, Wellness Center of the Rockies and Wolf Pac Cannabis. And if we’ve seen it at all those stores, you can bet on it being available elsewhere. My favorite cuts — both of which might as well be dripping with grape soda — come from the Herbal Cure and Kind Love.
A couple of friends and I recently lugged about fifty beers three miles up a mountain for a camping trip, then argued over who was carrying all those cans back down. My buddy’s girlfriend, meanwhile, brought two liters of pinot noir in a bag and didn’t have to worry about shit. Not only did it make me realize how dumb my drinking habits are, but it also reminded me how much I miss that purple stuff. Not purple drank (R.I.P., Pimp C), but purple weed — and I wasn’t particular about what kind during a dispensary run on a hot July afternoon.
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My visit turned up several popular choices in Blackberry Kush, Northern Lights and Purple OG Kush, but I decided to try something new in Purple Punch. Or new to me, at least. Purple Punch began making a name for itself in dispensaries in 2017, with fat, supple buds that win in the looks department and trichome production. A mix of Grand Daddy Purple and Larry OG, Purple Punch’s potential to create amazing hash has made the sedative strain a hit among regular users and medical patients, while its dense, violet buds draw in excited newbs like flies to a bug zapper — and then fries them just the same.
A mix of Grand Daddy Purple and Larry OG, Purple Punch’s potential to create amazing hash has made the sedative strain a hit among regular users and medical patients, while its dense, violet buds draw in excited newbs like flies to a bug zapper — and then fries them just the same.