Granddaddy Purple introduced in 2003 by Ken Estes, is a famous Indica cross between Purple Urkle and Big Bud. California’s staple has inherited the grape and berry smell of the parent’s purple bow. The blooming flowers bloom in dark purple, which contrasts with the fact that the white crystalline resin is scattered like snow. Its powerful effect is clearly detectable both in the body and in the mind, producing a mixture of brain euphoria and physical relaxation. Your idea may come to a dreamlike subject, but your body is more likely to be fixed at a single point because of the duration of the GDP effect. As with most Indica breeds, Granddaddy Purple is generally removed from the shelves to allow consumers to combat pain, stress, insomnia, anorexia and muscle cramps. GDP provides producers with a high commercial yield, ready to harvest after 60 days of flowering indoors.