About Buckeye Purple
There’s something about a woman’s touch that makes everything right in the world, and since the mysterious Melvanetics claims to offer that with every strain they breed, it’s no wonder that Buckeye Purple is incredible. Developed by crossing Gorilla Grape and Granddaddy Purple, this bud is just as tasty as she is relaxing.
Great for most users, Buckeye Purple hits a high of 20% THC but often comes in lower, so newer smokers are welcome to take her for a spin. Olive green nugs are quite hairy with a very thick carpeting of amber pistils as well as chunky trichomes that look both white and purple in the light. The flavors and aromas of this strain do actually differ from each other but are a nice pair, with a grape taste that’s accented by spicy berries. As you exhale, diesel, earth, and flowers will fill the room.
Individuals who truly want to zone out at the end of the day might sometimes be frustrated with hybrid strains, as the uplifting effects often take a while to work through before relaxation hits. Buckeye Purple is entirely different - honestly, you’d be surprised she’s not a pure indica bud. While your mind will be lifted to a joyful place right away, you’ll also get to experience a super sedating feeling that attaches you to your couch for hours. Hunger might set in if you’re awake long enough, but most should prepare to fall asleep wherever they end up settling in.
Let’s be honest - while this strain will certainly help to address a range of medical ailments, more often than not what ends up happening is that people experience relief because they are fast asleep. Insomnia has no place around Buckeye Purple, but before you drift off to dreamland, you will notice a reduction in bodily pain. Issues like anxiety, nausea, and even the inflammation associated with arthritis have a tendency to be soothed too, making this strain one to keep on hand at all times.
Melvanetics keeps an incredibly low profile, so gathering specific cultivation information for any of their strains can be a challenge. At this point, the only confirmed knowledge is that Buckeye Purple takes between 7 and 8 weeks to mature and comes along with quite the pungent odor. If discretion is a must, consider using a smell proof system to keep nosey neighbors away.
Buckeye Purple can be a bit challenging to locate at local dispensaries, so you might have to place this beauty on a bucket list and hope that someday you’ll cross her path. If and when you do, keep in mind that you have to completely clear your calendar before smoking - it might even be a good idea to brush your teeth and get into pajamas before you toke too.