Pacific Gold Disposable Live Resin Purple Urkle Cannabis Review
Purple Urkle Pacific Gold Disposable an all-in-one convenient 0.5 gram disposable THC vape pen with a delectable grape flavor and a refreshing berry aftertaste. This vape cartridge boasts one of the smoothest flavors available in the market, thanks to its all natural terpenes and lab tested cannabis oil, without any additives in the mix.
While little is known about the origin story of Purple Urkle, it first surfaced in the 1980s. Some speculate that its lineage can be traced back to the famous Mendocino Purps strain from Northern California’s Emerald Triangle, while others suggest that it may be a phenotype of either Mendocino Purps or Granddaddy Purple.
Purple Urkle is widely regarded as one of the most well-known indica strains, but the origins of this strain are still shrouded in mystery. However, we do know that this strain has been around since the 1980s and was initially cultivated in the Emerald Triangle area of northern California. This strain is often referred to as “Purple Urple” or “The Urkle.”
Purple Urkle Pacific Gold Disposable Extracts Flower Flavor Effects
When grown properly, the effects, taste, and smell of Purple Urkle are fairly consistent with other purple strains of marijuana. The aroma is sweet and skunky, with hints of tropical fruit, grapes, fruity pebbles, and skunk. The nugs of Purple Urkle are dense, thick, and covered in frosty trichomes.
As with many heavy indica strains, the effects of Purple Urkle can be lethargic and relaxing, making it an excellent choice for insomnia, anxiety, and pain management. It is also known to stimulate appetite.
Due to its sedating effects, Purple Urkle is best reserved for late evening or nighttime use. Novice users should start with lower doses as THC percentages can reach into the 20s. It is considered a “two-hitter-quitter” strain, meaning that two hits are generally enough to achieve the desired effects.
Purple Urkle is a slow-growing strain, particularly when grown outdoors, where it takes five months to flower. Indoor flowering time can be as quick as eight weeks. The plant remains short and stocky, with slightly lower yields than average. Expect roughly 1-2 ounces per plant on an indoor grow and about 1/2 pound per plant on an outdoor grow.