Definition - What does Purple Urkle mean?
Purple Urkle is a cannabis strain that has been around since the 1980s. Its exact origins remain unclear. The plant first emerged from the Emerald Triangle region of northern California. It is believed that the strain resulted from a phenotype of Mendocino Purps or Granddaddy Purple. The aromatic strain smells like a combination of grapes and skunk. The Indica dominant strain has a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) level of 18 to 21 percent and a cannabidiol (CBD) level of 0.36 percent.
MaximumYield explains Purple Urkle
Purple Urkle cannabis plants grow best indoors. When grown outdoors, it is slow to flower and can take up to five months to produce. If grown indoors, it will usually flower within eight weeks. The yield, when grown indoors, is usually one to two ounces per plant. When grown outdoors the yield is usually 1/2 a pound per plant. The body high obtained by using Purple Urkle is typically lethargic which is common with an Indica dominant plant. It is considered a nighttime strain. Medical marijuana users often utilize it to combat insomnia, nausea, muscle spasms, and anxiety. It also provides relaxing, full-body pain relief.