This no-name hybrid is a rare cross of two widely popular purple strains, Granddaddy Purps and Purple Urkle. It’s an indica-dominant strain, but the precise balance of indica to sativa isn’t widely reported. THC levels are reportedly high, though exact numbers are hard to come by. CBD levels, on the other hand, are unclear, which rules this out as a good choice for treating seizure disorders. The effects are described as intensely physical and very potent. This strain hits instantly, like a brick, and can last for hours. It’s deeply relaxing and can induce powerful couch-lock. Use this hybrid to treat nausea, nerve pain, chronic pain, insomnia, stiffness, and anxiety. GDP X Purple Urkle tastes and smells like its double-Purps lineage would suggest: grapey and dank, with notes of blackberries and berries generally. The nugs are dense, with a light green appearance, orange hairs, and a think layer of potent trichome crystals. Adverse effects aren’t widely reported, but cottonmouth is usually the most common when using marijuana, along with dry eyes and paranoia. This rarity may occasionally make the rounds on the black market, but it may also sell in a handful of dispensaries in the American West.