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Miss Purp

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About this Hybrid Strain

Steve Cantwell is the last WEC light-heavyweight champion. He never lost the title, rather the organization and its fighters were absorbed into the UFC. Cantwell retired after a few decision losses in the UFC at the young age of 25. He turned his tragedy into triumph as he focused on growing cannabis, becoming the founder and CEO of Green Life Productions. Miss Purp is one of his creations that is a heavily sought-after hybrid that’s a cross between Miss X and Anthocyanin Man. Miss X is GLP’s best seller and fan favorite, but it is predominantly a Sativa. Cantwell used Anthocyanin Man to accent more Indica characteristics which are evident in Miss Purp’s purple streaks. In fact, the #anthocyaninman hashtag on Twitter will show you more on strains made from this purple plant.

Miss Purp looks more like a sativa with a few long lime-green leaves present. Predominantly, the buds are made up of thick orange pistils and fuzzy amber trichomes. Purple streaks can be seen underneath radiating from the stems.

Miss Purp smells like pine and nutmeg with hints of citrus and berries. Upon smoking or vaping this strain, the pine and nutmeg inhale turns into a sour grape on the exhale. A bit of a peppery aftertaste is left on the palate.

This potent hybrid tests around 25% THC on average and feels more like a Sativa. Users have noted a euphoric bliss and a melting away of worries and stress. Energy purportedly remains level as the mind opens up to new ways of viewing the universe, making this strain an excellent choice for artists or creative brainstorming. The reported narcotic-like body buzz makes the body feel lighter and movement easier, without the incapacitating couch lock seen with most Indicas. Medical users suffering from migraines, cramps, and nerve pain who need to stay focused and active may find relief from Miss Purp.

Despite being a fan favorite, Miss Purp will not be around much longer. GLP will only be using it in breeding other strains by 2021.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 22.2%
THC-A: 24.99%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Limonene: 0.553%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.272%
Alpha Pinene: 0.183%

Genetic Lineage

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Frequently Asked Questions About Miss Purp

What is Miss Purp?

Miss Purp is a balanced hybrid that leans slightly to the Sativa side that is known by consumers for its potency and long lasting effects.

What does Miss Purp mean?

Miss Purp means that GLP’s most popular Sativa strain, the Miss X female was used to create this balanced hybrid, along with a purple Indica male, Anthocyanin Man.

Where does Miss Purp come from?

Miss Purp comes from Green Life Productions by crossing Miss X with Anthocyanin Man.

What does Miss Purp smell like?

This strain smells like pine and nutmeg, with hints of citrus.

What does Miss Purp taste like?

Miss Purp has a sweet nutmeg flavor with a sour grape aftertaste.

What color does Miss Purp have?

A few long and thin lime-green leaves are present amidst predominately thick orange pistils and fuzzy-amber trichomes. Purple streaks can be seen underneath radiating from the stems.

What effects does Miss Purp have?

Users have noted a euphoric bliss and a melting away of worries and stress. Energy purportedly remains level as the mind opens up to new ways of viewing the universe. The reported narcotic-like body buzz makes the body feel lighter and movement easier.

Is Miss Purp an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Miss Purp is a sativa-dominant hybrid, approximately 60% Sativa and 40% Indica.


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