This cannabis plant produces deep, darkly purple buds that seem to shine with a silver sheen when contrasted with the dense trichome coverage. The aroma generated by this indica-leaning hybrid smells strongly of grapes and freshly pressed hash, and the grape scent carries through a fruity flavor when smoked.
Platinum GDP will instill a chill, sedated high, although it’s possible to still function on this strain. It may work wonders for neuropathic pain, arthritis, insomnia, nausea, and cramps. Beginners or GDP-first-timers may want to save this one for the later evening or right before bed until they get a better idea of how it will affect their energy levels. Experienced smokers may be able to handle this strain’s effects at any time of the day.
Possible side effects of Platinum GDP include cottonmouth, red eyes, and slight anxiety.
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Platinum GDP hails from northern California, and it is a cross between Ken’s Granddaddy Purple and Platinum Cookies. Samples, on average, test as high as 26% THC.