Medicinal properties of New Purple Power
Of course, New Purple Power doesn’t mind warm, sunny climates, but it is even known to be able to withstand the less marijuana-friendly Dutch climates. It is resilient and strong and strongly resembles a sativa plant. It is more appropriate for outdoor growing, as it is extremely tall. The leaves are long and thin and look like fingers. They, too have swirls of colour in them. This strain produces quite a hefty yield for the grower, and with a little bit of extra attention the potential is enormous.
New Purple Power Regular can produce a very large yield, but may require a little extra care to achieve their full potential.
How to identify New Purple Power
Identifying New Purple Power is easy, because it is purple. The stems are long and purple from the very beginning of its growth, and the buds contain swirls of red and blue sometimes, too. Almost all of the colours that appear in the growth of New Purple Power make it into the final dried product.
Purple Power is a straight cross between two purple phenotypes; one skunk, one haze. The deep purple colour is echoed in the flavour which is a sweet grape / blueberry mix. The flavour is very strong and long lasting and is the real highlight of this strain. The high is more Sativa than Indica but it still gives a very pleasant body effect, starting in the front of your head as a crisp clean high before settling in to a more relaxed feeling.
This variety has calyxes that turn purple, starting at the beginning of flowering. Up to 90% of the plants turn purple. Has a rough, but subtle aroma and a very good high.
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Purple kinds used to be popular but in the early days they were sensitive to mold and disease because of their longer flowering stage so outdoor growing always got risky due to bad weather influences.
Because of those weaknesses New Purple Powerc was developed, this beautiful lady has a shorter flowering phase and is less sensitive to mold or disease.
Also through crossings with Early Skunk and Purple haze the yield has increased and flowering phase has been shortened.
New Purple Power is mostly Sativa and grows tall with long fingered leaves and the buds have a blue purple color that intensifies when it’s colder outside.
Because of the shiny resin covering the buds, the buds have a fluffy look.
Consuming New Purple Power gives you an energetic buzz that slowly lingers into feeling lightly stoned without wearing you out.
This is a strong cannabis plant, which is 50% Sativa and 50% Indica. These easy-to-grow Purple Afghan seeds have been crossed many times in Holland with Sativa and Indica varieties since 1983.
These plants are fully adapted to the climate of Holland and always offer a respectable yield. Right at the beginning of the flowering season, you can see the calyxes on these plants are turning purple. By the end of flowering season, almost 90% of each of these plants turn into purple color and hence the name Purple Power. The weed gives a subtle yetrutted aroma with excellent full body high.
The taste of these seeds is very similar to warm cinnamon rolls and its smell is also on the similar lines. It provides moderate THC levels and offers crisp and light cerebral effects that leave you with a feeling of clarity and chill.
Improvement Overthe Conventional Purple Afghan Seeds