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    8 to 9 weeks
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    lemon, musk, lavender, and coffee
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Strain Information

Purple Wookie and Daffie gave life to Platypurps and even delivered some of its traits to the indica – dominant hybrid strain. The short build of the cannabis plant came from Purple Wookie, along with the musky scent. The rest is a result of Daffie.

Platypurps can make you feel invigorated to sleepy in a matter of seconds. Although it is an indica hybrid, the strain’s Sativa content is quite evident. But it should only be consumed during the evening.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Platypurps?

Platypurps offers a lemon, musk, lavender and coffee flavors. But, its high is not similar to coffee. Instead, it is quite identical to an evenly – balanced hybrid with its stimulating effect that will make you feel hungry. Be sure to satisfy your cravings in an instant, though, because you might fall asleep on the dining table.

What are the Medical Benefits of Platypurps?

Cancer patients use the Platypurps strain due to its appetite-stimulating effect. The loss of appetite is usually an outcome of prior medical therapy or medication. It also makes them comfortably asleep. Thus, it can be a treatment for insomnia.

 Negative Effects you Can Expect from Platypurps.

You will experience slightly itchy eyes and dry throat and mouth. It is only a minimal reaction that can be eased by proper hydration. Not using the strain in moderation will cause severe adverse effects that can worsen panic and anxiety attacks.

How to Grow Platypurps?

Platypurps is a Short – sized cannabis plant with a thick and feathery structure. It also has some congested nodes that might be vulnerable to topping or trimming. However, the trimming is necessary, so be extra careful when executing it to avoid the cannabis plant from being killed. Still, any growing mediums are appropriate for Platypurps.

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