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Purple Urkle Feminized

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Purple Urkle Strain is a superb addition from our breeders working in different corners of the world. This once clone only strain is an all-time favourite of both medical dispensaries and recreational users around the globe.

Originally derived from a phenotype of the legendary Mendocino Purps, as the name suggests this is a beautiful example of deep purple marijuana at its finest. The buds and shade leave all have an indigo hue that deepens as the plant matures into later stages of flowering.

As a near pure Indica, the effects are exactly what you would expect. It is a deeply relaxing and very calming body stone that does not come on all in one hit but builds (quite quickly so be warned) into an almost narcotic feeling. This makes it an outstanding pain medicine and particularly good for treatment of insomnia.

When it comes to the taste, this is a great strain to enjoy when both smoked or eaten, especially form bongs or pipes. The initial skunky aroma is quickly overtaken by a more fruity flavour of berries and grapes, although this is more of a fresh fruit flavour rather than an artificially grape soda.

Purple Urkle grows in a classic Indica shape with broad fan leaves shooting from thick short stems all around lower parts of the plant. Further up the buds start on the main stem, typically forming a large central cola that can be up to 40cm in length in larger specimens.

We are delighted to have this outstanding strain as both a recreation smoke and a medicine it’s second to none.

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€84.40
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Purple Urkle Feminized

Based Country: Netherlands
Pack: 10 Seeds
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Price: €84.40
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Genetics Mendocino Purps
Plant Type Indica
Cultivation Indoor | Outdoor
Plant Height Medium
Average Yield 400 - 500 g/m²
Flowering Period 10 - 12 weeks
THC High
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