Purple Punch Strain Information & Review

Purple Punch Strain
Author avatar By Derek LaRose
June 22, 2021

If you’re looking for the perfect way to end the evening, you’ll love the Purple Punch weed strain. With its grape-like, deep berry, and sweet taste, it makes a delicious dessert.

Be wary, though, as the strain’s potency can give you a one-two punch to your head and body that’ll knock your socks off.

Let’s take a closer look at this hybrid then.

Purple Punch strain (aka Mimosa weed, Grape Punch, Blueberry Muffins strain, Purple Sticky Punch, OG Purp, Purple Punch 2.0)

It’s essential to point out that the Purple Punch weed strain is not for beginners even though it offers numerous benefits, which we’ll cover below.

But first, here’s a summary of the Purple Punch strain info:

Purple Punch Strain Information

Purple Punch strain description

The Purple Punch is an indica-dominant hybrid. The plant’s genetic make-up comes from two heavy indica strains.

The first one is Granddaddy Purple (aka Grand Daddy Purps), renowned among smokers for its pain-relieving effects. The other strain is the uplifting hybrid, Larry OG. This potent union resulted in giving the Purple Punch Strain its intense sedative qualities.

The plant is completely covered with crystal trichomes that are enhanced by its big, dense purple buds.

Purple Punch flavours & effects

Besides its attractive appearance, the Purple Punch emits a subtle earthy aroma combined with a scent of berries, grapes, and pineapple. It’s also said that it smells like Kool-Aid.

The Purple Punch is ideal when you’ve had a stressful day and want to unwind and relax. It’s best to be consumed after dinner. Be aware that it offers a powerful punch.

Some of the Purple Punch strain effects include deep relaxation and feelings of joy and euphoria. You’ll also block out stress, anxiety, and depression, find relief from aches and enjoy a deep, rejuvenating slumber.

After smoking, you’ll go through a feeling of joy, followed by a positive mental stage where ideas begin to flow freely. The creativity phase may not last very long, as once the physical effects take hold, you’ll end up on the couch.

A long, peaceful sleep follows after an hour, which is why the best time to try Purple Punch is a short while before your bedtime.

Purple Punch Strain Feminized Flower

Purple Punch strain grow info

For those of you with a bit of experience, growing Purple Punch can be quick and easy. The plant is sturdy enough to survive the harsh Afghan landscapes, and its short, dense stature helps it thrive even in tight, vertical spaces.

Provided that, there’s no need to support the plant’s robust branches as they’re able to maintain a firm grip on its protruding colas. All you have to do is keep trimming and provide some low-stress training. These actions will prevent moisture build-up and allow the lower flowering levels easier access to light and air.

If you don’t want the hassle of weeding out the male sprouts, our feminized seeds are the answer. All plants are guaranteed to mature into fertile mothers, which means you’ll get generous Purple Punch strain yields.

The bright green nugs produce wispy white pistils which then become burnt orange hairs as the plant reaches full maturity. The dense buds also get a shimmering, alabaster appearance due to the rich coat of resin. To add more beauty to the plant, expose it to cold night temperatures.

Purple Punch strain yield

The Purple Punch strain can provide up to 1.8 ounces of buds per square foot when cultivated indoors. You’ll get those yields after a flowering time of 7-9 weeks under optimal growing conditions.

We recommend the Sea of Green (SOG) setup if growing in small areas. Keep the RH level between 40-50% and the temperature at around 70-80°F to keep the plant comfortable.

For those who want to grow the Purple Punch outdoors, be sure to choose a spot that gets plenty of sunlight and warmth. It’s possible to achieve a yield of up to 21 ounces per plant.

As a matter of fact, you can grow the plant in summer if you live in cold regions, but you’ll get a lower yield.

Harvesting is usually around the end of September and early October in the northern hemisphere.

Purple Punch strain genetics

Is Purple Punch indica or sativa? As shown above, it’s an indica-dominant hybrid, born from the union of Granddaddy Purple and Larry OG.

Purple Punch Genetics

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If the Purple Punch interests you, getting your hands on a plant is easy peasy at the Homegrown Cannabis Co seed bank.

Purple Punch Feminized – this is especially best for home growers. You get only the female plants and a great yield.

Purple Punch Regular – outdoor cultivators could see heights of 5ft with this baby.

Autoflower Purple Punch – speedy harvests when grown indoors, you could cultivate twice a year.

Those of you looking to experience Purple Punch parentage, check these out:

Grandaddy Purple Feminized – these seeds have indica dominant plants waiting within that boast a hard-hitting 22% THC content and a slight hint of 0.4% CBD. 

Grandaddy Purple Regular – arguably the most popular ‘purple’ cannabis in the market, Grandaddy Purple is an iconic Indica cultivar.

Purple Punch strain review

Check out our Purple Punch strain review from OrganiGrower. He details all there is to know about this strain, from the look and feel of the bud, the taste of the toke and the all-important growing information:

Purple Punch strain community

For those of you looking for a short burst of creativity followed by a night of deep sleep, look no further than Purple Punch.

If you’re a grower, be sure to subscribe to the Homegrown Diaries. There you can track your progress and get useful Purple Punch strain growing advice.

As mentioned, our Homegrown Forum is the perfect spot to keep abreast of best practices and your favorite seeds when they’re available. What’s more, you can share your love with fellow connoisseurs and growers at the Purple Punch Homegrown Diary.

About the author: Derek LaRose

Also known as Kronic from The Cannabis Kronicles, Derek LaRose is a young ambitious cultivator and a staple educator for indoor cultivation.