Purple Dutch is from Dizzy Duck Seeds which has a variety of 62.50% Sativa, 32.50% Indica, and 5% Ruderalis. They can be refined Indoors ( where the flowering time could be 60 days) and outdoors.
It is a THC dominant variety and can only be obtained as feminized seeds. Its genetics are from the Mexican Haze and Purple O.G and proof of excellent results.
Flavor and Effects of Purple Dutch
It is known for its gentle flavor, functional Indica dominant stone. It tastes and smells like fruity and citrus and mentally uplifting buzz aspects.
The fresh and powerful effect approaches fast. Purple Dutch has the effect of euphoric, happy, uplifted, being creative, and it can also be relaxing.
Medical Benefits of Purple Dutch
The said marijuana breed may aid those who are diagnosed with depression and stress. It can also reduce pain, fatigue, and headaches.
Negative Effects of Purple Dutch
As with the benefits of Purple Dutch, it can also generate a dry mouth, dry eyes, and paranoia when overuse.
Growing Purple Dutch
It is highly recommended that you shouldn’t deprive your plant’s oxygen. Trim this strain in the usual way. When the plant starts to show signs of flowering, it is suggested to lower the temperature at night, with a temperature of 15 degrees Celcius.
To avoid hindering the mature process make sure that the temperature is not to low. If you grow your plant indoors, it is suggested that you grow it in the autumn photoperiod to control the vegetive and flowering phases by changing the light cycle. Do not grow your plant when it’s winter or autumn outside because there is not enough daylight.