BC Grape Purps

BC Grape Purps Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
18% to 22%
500 grams/ sqm
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 weeks
Warm, Sunny, Dry
Growing Difficulty
hash, grapes

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BC Grape Purps Marijuana Seeds Information

BC Grape Purps is a hybrid that leans more on the indica variety. The B.C. Grown developed a strain that is bushy and produces a high amount of resins. Thanks to its genetic parents, the crossbreed of Purple Kush and BC Grapefruit strains.

What are the Flavor and Effects of BC Grape Purps?

The taste and scent of the BC Grape Purps can be described as similar to its mother strain, Purple Kush. It has a hash flavor along with grapes dominant on taste and scent. The strain not only provides the best quality terpenes but also generates effects of an ultimate body high and relaxation entirely. You may also feel a heavy buzz.

What are the medical benefits of BC Grape Purps?

This strain, BC Grape Purps is sought by many for its capacity to aid in various medical conditions. These include relief from persistent pain in the body and problems in the stomach like a stomach ache. People with insomnia may have a night of better sleep as the strain induce the deep sleeping effect. It can be a great remedy for patients underwent chemotherapy as it can manage nausea and vomiting side effects.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from BC Grape Purps?

The strain BC Grape Purps can leave your eyes and mouth feel dry and parched. This is due to the lack of water inside your body while consuming the strain. So every time you take a hit from this strain, keep a drink nearby.

How to Grow BC Grape Purps?

The BC Grape Purps cannabis strain can be grown indoors and outdoor growing area. It can thrive into thick and compact buds in medium size. The production of the strain is high due to its genetic coming from Grapefruit. All you have to attend to is the likelihood of developing rot because of how dense the buds could develop. Though, in terms of molds, it has a pretty high resistance to it.

It can be grown using the Sea of Green (SOG) technique or in a pot under natural conditions. Even beginners can cultivate the BC Grape Purps and still yield a great amount of harvest.

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