About Purple Monkey
History and Genetics
The exact origins of Purple Monkey are unclear, but it is believed to be a cross between Grape Ape and a Purple strain of unknown origin.
Appearance, Aroma and Flavor
Purple Monkey typically has dense, spade-shaped buds that are covered in a thick layer of trichomes. The buds are dark green with purple accents, and have an abundance of dark orange pistils. The aroma is sweet and fruity with hints of grape and pine undertones. The flavor is also fruity, with a slight grape and citrus flavor and an earthy aftertaste.
Purple Monkey is known for its relaxing and sedative effects, which can help ease stress and anxiety. It can also help relieve pain and promote sleep, which makes it wonderful for evenings. This strain is super potent and some users may experience feelings of euphoria and happiness.
Purple Monkey can be grown indoors or outdoors, but it requires a warm, dry climate with plenty of light and good air circulation. It has a flowering time of around 8-9 weeks and can yield moderate to high amounts of buds.