Red Purps is an indica dominant hybrid strain of cannabis that is the result of the crossbreeding of parent strains Haze and Skunk. This strain displays some serious charisma through its impressively fast flowering period, pleasant smell profile, and mesmerising tastes when smoked. The flowers of the strain give off the appearance of jewels, encrusted with large numbers of trichomes and displaying red and purple tones.
After processing the dried and cured flowers produced by Red Purps it’s time for a well deserved smoke. When opening a stash jar or bag full of the strain, aromas of fruit, flowers, and sweetness will fill the space. This experience will make the smoking process even more sought after. After loading a blunt or bong bowl full of this strain, smokers are in for a treat for the taste buds.
Red Purps delivers a diverse array of tastes that includes hints of sweetness, fruit, berries, and passion fruit. These complex and satisfying taste and flavour profiles really do make Red Purps an appealing strain for cannabis connoisseurs.
Although Red Purps is indeed an indica dominant strain when it comes to its genetic make up, the high generated from smoking the strain leans towards the sativa side and hits both the body and the mind. The head high aspects are relaxing, thought provoking, and very uplifting. These elements of the high make the strain great for when planning on working on a task that requires creative thinking, focus, and alertness.
The high also has a side that produces a body high, creating feelings of calmness and increased appetite. This element of the high produced by Red Purps makes it a good smoke to experience in the evening when looking to settle down and relax.
Red Purps does very well when grown outside within pots or among garden beds. Outdoor yields are reported to be high, great news for growers who are looking to grow huge amounts of flowers in order to make high potency extracts and oils.
Red Purps has the potential to grow to the impressive heights of 200cm, meaning it will need some of its own space to really thrive. The harvest time for this strain is around the end of September, after a flowering time of around 7 weeks.
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