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Type: 80:20 indica:sativa
Ancestry: Originating from the Emerald Triangle area in California, famous for their signature cannabis creations and the secrecy surrounding them, Purple Urkle’s genetic heritage isn’t a proven fact, but it’s believed to stem from either Mendocino Purps or Grandaddy Purple.
THC Content: 17-26%
Terpenes: pinene, myrcene, caryophyllene, humulene
Appearance: True to its name, this is a purple beauty, a dark purple backdrop against which neon-green flowers, vibrant orange pistils, and white trichome frosting truly pop.
Aroma and Taste: Often likened to the fruity pebbles cereal or grape soda, this is a berry delight with a touch of signature hashy skunkiness that gives it a nice, grassy kick.
Trivia: Named after Steve Quincy Urkle, the most popular character on Family Matters, a sitcom that aired between 1989 and 1998.
Purple Urkle is basically a quintessential indica with just the right touch of sativa to give your mind a nice, little kick, like the perfect spice to an already tasty meal.
This potent strain’s effects are palpable upon the first toke, and most people shouldn’t go beyond the second or maximum the third if they want anything else to remain palpable. Purple Urkle is like a warm wave of deep relaxation that washes over your entire body and spills over to the mind as well. Stress will become a concept as distant as Narnia, in fact, your sedated state of mind will probably be closer to the latter. Purple Urkle turns laziness into an art form.
With that being said, this deep sense of peace doesn’t just stem from sweet lethargy, but also thoughtfulness. Purple Urkle can stimulate some introspection and provide an overarching sense of joy and even mild euphoria, akin to the feeling you get when someone cancels plans you weren’t exactly looking forward to and now you get to wallow in bed, living it up.
The full-body high and relaxation can also make for a nice aphrodisiac.
Purple Urkle can be the off-switch to stress, anxiety, nagging thoughts, and compulsive behavior, including OCD.
The high levels of THC and the deep body high provide strong pain and muscle soreness relief, making this strain a great post-workout option for athletes.
Purple Urkle is also a big-time glutton, so it’s definitely worth a try for people who struggle with a lack of appetite.
Last but certainly not least, this strain, especially in higher doses (granted that you can handle them without side-effects like paranoia or dizziness) can lull you to sleep like nothing else, so insomniacs, rejoice this night-time strain.