There’s a reason Granddaddy Purple (or GDP) is called the grandfather of all weed strains. This pure west-coast Indica will give you a full-body melt that has made it famous the world over.
GDP was developed in 2003 by Ken Estes in California. Granddaddy Purple (aka Grand Daddy Purp, GDP, or G Purps) is a cross between Purple Urkle and Big Bud. Purple Urkle is a Californian strain with a complex grape, berry, and marshmallow scent. And Big Bud is a US-developed strain with zesty earthy notes.
GDP is known for its sweet, fruity aroma (passed down from Purple Urkle) and a blend of euphoric dreaminess and relaxation. Users pick up Grandaddy Purps when looking for relief from pain, stress, or insomnia.
While its dominant terpene is Myrcene, Grand Daddy Purple’s terpene profile also includes Beta-caryophyllene, alpha-Pinene, Limonene, and Linalool (alongside several others).