Granddaddy Purple, a 2003 strain from Ken Estes, is a California staple. Coveted all over the USA and the world for its beautiful and unique deep purple hues. This strains terpene profile is also one of a kind.
Its unique essential oil has a terpene profile that smells of earthy flowers, with sweet citrus overtones.
This strain is remarkably adept when used in a topical formulation. The high levels of linalool encourage greater skin absorption.
Highest in Linalool accounting for roughly 71% of this strains profile makeup, giving this strain a noticeably floral earthy head. Followed by Humulene which extends the hoppy floral nature of this profile even further. Following Linalool this strain is high in Humulene, Caryophyllene, Myrcene, a-Pinene and 13 other mono/di/sesqui-terpenes. This is a very unique strain with distinguished aroma and effect.