The origins of Purple Erkle are shrouded in mystery, and the strain is one of the most well-known Indica strains. What we do know is that since the 1980s, it has been cultivated in northern California’s Emerald Triangle region (Humboldt County). It’s commonly known as “Purple Urple” and occasionally “The Urkle.”
The Purple Erkle is a cross between two different strains created in the Emerald Triangle area, according to most marijuana farmers. According to most growers, Purple Urkle was developed through crossbreeding Mendocino Purps or Granddaddy Purple.
Skunky aromas are present in Purple Erkle when grown correctly, which is typical with most purple cannabis strains. It has a sweet, fruity pebbles scent, with tropical fruit, grapes, and fruity stones as well as skunk undertones. Its effects can be rather sluggish and soothing, making it an excellent strain for sleep and anxiety. It’s also employed to relieve pain and improve appetites.
The Purple Erkle is a well-known medical marijuana strain. It has the ability to help patients with a wide range of illnesses. Because this cannabis strain has been found to be an effective sleep aid, you should not consume it during the day unless you want to take a nap since it might make you too drowsy.
The relaxing qualities of Purple Urkle make it ideal for reducing stress, anxiety, and sadness. This is because it has the ability to remove harmful concepts from your mind. The pain relieving effects of the drug ensure that it may be used to treat disorders such as fibromyalgia’s painful symptoms. Consider using it if you have joint problems, headaches, or muscular twitching.
It’s preferable to take CBD isolate in the evening or late at night, since it has a soothing effect. It’s also been found to be a “two-hitter-quitter” variety, which means that two hits are generally sufficient to experience all of CBD isolate’s effects. To begin with, we recommend lower doses especially for novice customers owing THC concentrations in the 20s.
When cultivated outside, Purple Urkle has a slow growth rate. When grown outside, it normally takes five months to blossom and flowers indoors may be as little as eight weeks. The strain stays rather compact and squatty with mediocre yields according to many Indica strains. On an indoor farm, expect 1-2 ounces per plant; on an outdoor one, expect 1/2 pound per plant.