There is likely no more straightforward or appropriate name given to any strain in this line. Just a look at this deliciously exotic and VERY purple plant and it becomes apparent that the user is in for a real treat. Does the colour affect the quality or attributes? No, not really, but what a regal-looking addition to your marijuana garden and, like with any strain of cannabis grown at home, the overall experience is as much visual as it is sensual.
Purple Kush gets its genetics from crossing Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani. It is 100% indica so be prepared for a full-body, head-saturating, long-lasting, couch-locking stone. That's quite a lot of descriptors but this gem is worthy of all of them and it delivers on them expertly and instantly. Use it occasionally for a totally disarming experience but prolonged medical use is not recommended.
The flowering period for Purple Kush is short at just 8 weeks (nine for optimal effect). It grows well indoors and out and responds nicely to any grower's preferred method. Since it is all indica, it grows relatively short and stout, making indoor cultivation easy using Sea of Green, Screen of Green or any other soil, pot, or hydroponic method. DO give it some space to stretch as it tends to grow relatively wide. Outdoor growers should plan to grow Purple Kush during warm periods, planting well after last frost and harvesting before temperatures drop too low in late fall.
The leaves are, of course, bright purple and the plants produce dense buds that are deep green and loaded with powerful THC resin. While not too large by comparison, they do go a long way to make their impression. Don't make any other plans for the night when you light up Purple Kush. The effect of the end product is not only incredible, but it just goes on and on.
Please remember that the growing of cannabis plants and the cultivation of seeds is illegal in some countries - please check the laws of your country and don't be growing any plants if it is against your country's laws.