The Doc Holiday strain represents nearly all that is holy in cannabis genetics. Its lineage boasts ancestry of OG Kush, Chemdog, and even Purps. If there’s a more impressive pedigree in marijuana seed form, we are unaware of it.
Kurple Fantasy is an award-winning clone from Imperial Genetics that has made its way around Colorado. It is a cross of OG Kush and “Old Man Purps,” a purple variety collected from a mountain hermit in Colorado. Kurple Fantasy terpenes tend more toward the Purple side of things, smelling like grape candy, soda, or kool-aid. However, her potency and effect are a balance of the Triangle and the Purps, making Kurple Fantasy unusually potent for a purple indica variety.
Our Stardawg male tends to bring out purple coloring as well as heavy resin production in his offspring. Floral structure of Doc Holiday phenotypes tends toward the Purps, displaying swollen purple calyxes covered in a layer of resin. Therefore, entire plants will turn purple, making for a stunning display of beauty come harvest time.
Many seasoned smokers look down on typical Purple varieties, as they tend to be relaxing and otherwise unremarkable in their effects. This is what makes Doc Holiday unique; the OG Kush and Stardawg significantly boost potency while retaining the incredible aroma, flavor, and appearance of the Purps. Doc Holiday is equally ideal for Purple, OG, or Chem fans looking for an unusual twist on their favorite smoke. Looking for other Purple strains?
Doc Holiday genetic makeup
Old Man Purps – 25%
’92 OG Kush – 25%
Chem 4 – 25%
Chem D – 22%
Affy – 03%