Purple Elephant is so enigmatically elusive that you could almost call it “exclusive,” with many vying to experience its effects.
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You could be one of the first to cultivate Purple Elephant cannabis seeds, as up until recently growing this indica-leaning hybrid has only been possible if you were one of the few to obtain clippings.
Purple Elephant’s elusiveness extends to its origins, though many think it came from Purple Urkle with another unknown strain. In fact, Purple Elephant is so enigmatically elusive that you could almost call it “exclusive,” as not a lot of folks have had the honor of indulging in this strain that’s desired not only for its rarity but its grape-like fragrance, purple shades, and effects that stampede into you like… well…an elephant!
What are the effects of Purple Elephant cannabis?
Purple Elephant cannabis seeds, which have long been unattainable to most, will mature into purple-streaked plants with a THC content of 18%. Those who have been fortunate enough to try Purple Elephant cannabis say that its effects tilt toward the cerebral sativa side, but this is not to say that its physical impact doesn’t have the potential to be equally astounding.
As is the case with the majority of hybrids, Purple Elephant’s high begins with cerebral euphoria followed by an uplifting mood boost and general feelings of happiness and goodness. It also initially brings an energetic onslaught of creative thoughts and ideas that don’t result in scattered thinking but rather a sharper sense of focus, allowing users to stay on track and be productive.
As Purple Elephant’s indica side begins to work its way through the body, users tend to find themselves feeling more at ease and relaxed. Depending on one’s dosage, this could either result in remaining mobile and productive or feeling ready to spend some quality time not moving from one’s couch for the remainder of the muscle-relaxing ride.
Basically, Purple Elephant starts off heady, happy, buzzy, sociable, inspired, and invigorated, and ends chill, relaxed, potentially couch-locked, and eventually ready to catch some shut-eye.
What are the therapeutic benefits of Purple Elephant cannabis?
When it comes to medical users, Purple Elephant can provide temporary relief to those who suffer from various mental and physical health issues.
For patients who struggle with depression, chronic stress and/or anxiety, and PTSD, Purple Elephant’s euphoric impact may help by lifting spirits and in a sense “erasing” negative thoughts and instead filling patients with feelings of bliss and a sense of levity.
For those seeking relief from physical pain and ailments, Purple Elephant has the potential to serve as an anti-inflammatory and pain relief, which may provide some respite from headaches and muscle spasms. This strain has also been known to help with loss of appetite and nausea, and to help combat insomnia.
What does Purple Elephant taste like?
No two people will ever fully agree on what the exact same glass of wine tastes like, and the same can be said for cannabis strains. However, like wine, a cannabis strain has certain overtones, undertones, and notes that make up its flavor profile.
Purple Elephant’s flavor profile is known for having notes of sweet and spicy grapes and berries blended with earth and wood. Some users say that it tastes of an earthy, peppery and floral red wine.
How do I grow Purple Elephant cannabis seeds?
Unlike how growing Purple Elephant from a clone or clipping requires some knowledgeable cultivation experience, growing it from seed is considered pretty easy. Plus, all Growers Choice cannabis seeds are feminized, giving cultivators one less thing to worry about.
While Purple Elephant can be grown outdoors, if it’s exposed to temperatures that are too hot, its leaves won’t turn purple.
Grown indoors, it’s recommended that along with ensuring that it gets enough nutrients and in a space with good airflow, you’ll probably want to top it early on and trim it regularly so that it can fit within your indoor space. Another piece of advice is to prune its lower branches.
What do Purple Elephant cannabis plants look like?
Purple Elephant is medium in height when fully grown and if left to its own devices can become quite bushy. This stunning plant, that many say tastes of wine, befittingly produces grape-shaped nuggets that are a mix of light and dark shades of green with bold streaks of purple running through, all loosely adorned with wispy orange pistils and a frosting of amber-tinted trichomes.
When to harvest your Purple Elephant cannabis plant
Purple Elephant is a niche grow that has long been inaccessible to the majority of not just “hobby” growers but even expert cultivators, with only a few lucky ones being able to track down the rare clone. One word of advice with Purple Elephant is to not harvest it as soon as resin begins to build but instead wait just a bit longer for even more trichomes to appear.
Grown indoors, this strain should yield about 350 grams per square meter in around 8-9 weeks. Grown outdoors in a mild, Mediterranean-esque climate, Purple Elephant should be harvest-ready come early October with an approximate yield of 350 grams per plant.
Cannabis strains similar to Purple Elephant
- Purple Urkle rumored to be one of Purple Elephant’s parent strains
- XXX OG like Purple Elephant, up until recently the only way to grow this strain was by tracking down a clipping
- Trinity these seeds too once were incredibly rare and hard to come by
- Charlie Sheen one more unusual strain that has only recently become available in seed form
- Purple Sour Diesel a sativa-dominant hybrid with slightly lower THC for fans of strains that produce purple nuggets
40% Sativa, 60% Indica
Creative, Happy, Relaxed
Up to 350 gr
Up to 350 gr
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