About Alaskan Purple
The team at Seedsman has brought quite a mystery to the masses with Alaskan Purple, a strain that’s indica-dominant and was created by crossing Kush with an unknown Brazilian sativa. However, by taking one look at this strain it’s widely believed that she’s a member of the Purple family, thus making her name all the more appropriate.
THC potency can vary dramatically with Alaskan Purple, as smokers have seen her on dispensary shelves ranging anywhere from 15% to 27% THC. It’s advised that novice users are very careful with these lovely nugs, as her purple undertones are masked by a very thick coating of resin. For most, this strain is a slam dunk when it comes to flavors and aromas, as berries, flowers, and herbs overtake your senses and make your mouth water for more.
Have you ever had an afternoon where you were a little bored, a little hungry, and just wanted to relax? If so, Alaskan Purple is going to be the perfect accompaniment for you, as her effects are reported to be sedative without completely knocking you out. At first, you’ll likely experience a bit of a euphoric lift that makes its way from the top of your head down to the end of your toes. As you start to melt into your couch, pangs of hunger could kick in, so it’s highly recommended that you get some snacks ready and within arm’s reach before you light up.
Recreationally, Alaskan Purple is a great choice for most smokers, although when it comes to medical applications, she really tends to take the cake. It’s been said that this gal is ideal for treating mental issues including depression, anxiety, and stress, allowing you to wash away any cares that you may have accumulated over the course of the day. Bodily pain may also be soothed here and when it comes to battling nausea or a loss of appetite, there’s pretty much no match for Alaskan Purple.
Seeds of this strain are readily available for sale from Seedsman directly, making your home cultivation dreams a reality. If you choose to set her up outdoors, make sure you have enough space and privacy from prying eyes as plants can grow to be very large. Inside cultivation is a bit easier and most of the time plants will be ready for harvest after 9 weeks. She reacts well to a variety of growing methods including SOG and SCROG.
Availability of Alaskan Purple in dispensaries can sometimes be hit or miss, so if you do happen to stumble upon this secretive beauty, it’s advised that you give her a try at least once or twice. Smokers who are in the market for a tasty bud that offers great effects for both recreational and medical applications will likely find that this gal is exactly what they’ve been after.