See above. The SR-71 cut was originally named “Ultraviolet” by its original grower in Oakland, CA (credited as “K” from Trichome Technologies according to SR71′s catalog).
Pungent, with notes of “purple” (incense, perfume, musky grapes), and the spicy Kush end of the spectrum as well. The SR-71 and Garberville cuts are more “purple” in both flavor and smell compared to the Kyle Kushman/Las Vegas Purple Kush.
Eminently relaxing and rather potent, Purple Kush is definitely in touch with its Afghani-Pakistani roots. Coming on with a slight rush of energy, that subsides quickly and leaves the user with a floaty, highly medicated body experience that makes aches and pains as well as anxiety/stress melt away. Purple Kush is also known for being a long-laster, normally going out to the 3 hour mark. Recommended highly for body pain, muscle relaxation, mood elevation, appetite stimulation, and sleep aid at higher dosages.
Grows well in soil or hydro — they all have fairly strong yield considering the possible Urkle lineage and traditionally slow vegetative growth of purple strains. Cooler temperatures at night and a longer flowering time will help to bring out the purple coloration to a higher degree.