This strain from Grand Daddy Purp is a combination of the much loved Kens OG and the ever popular Pink Champagne, otherwise known as Phantom. Kens OG is often used in Grand Daddy Purps' new strains as it has a number of highly desirable traits. For example it has a very high level of THC.
It is also an extremely useful medicinal strain which can be used to treat a wide range of issues such as inflammatory bowel syndrome, stress, anxiety, depression, sleeping disorders, and pain. It is also an extremely beautiful plant with a highly desirable smell and taste. Over all it is one of the best strains around. Pink Champagne, or Phantom, is an impressive Indica dominant strain which starts with a high energy effect and ends with complete full body relaxation. It has phenomenal resin levels and is thought of as a bit of a luxury strain with its scent and taste reminiscent of champagne.
Phantom Kush, as a result, has amazing bud production as well as a smell that you really have to experience to believe.
Phantom Kush comes in its regular form which means that it will grow into a combination of male and female plants. It also has photoperiod flowering which means that it flowers in response to a specific light cycle. Many old school growers and breeders still much prefer to use regular seeds than their user friendly counterparts such as feminised or autoflowering seeds.
This is not only because the grower or breeder can ensure that the genetic make up is intact but also because regular seeds can be more reliable. Since they produce a roughly even split of males and females a breeder has plenty of options when it comes to selecting the parent plants for their next crop. Selecting the parent plants is an important process as they will pass on their genetic material to the next crop. This means that if the very best male and female are selected the crops quality can only improve, and any genetic weaknesses from previous crops can be wiped out. Regular seeds are also often used by those who would wish to reintroduce cannabis into the wild. This is because they are capable, if placed in the right environment, of growing and breeding on their own.