((Peyote Purple #7) x (Sir Jack x P.C.K) F5)
550 – 600 G/M2
Medium – High
9 – 10 Weeks
This is one of the most interesting and different varieties we have made in recent years, the result of
crossing genetics that produce very dark reddish and purple, almost black hues; resulting in a progeny
where all individuals display the colours described above, in a greater or lesser extent.
It is a variety with a columnar structure, where the branches grow very close to the stem, with two clearly
distinct aroma types, finding in many cases a correlation between the colours and the aroma, with the
darkest individuals exhibiting floral and fresh aromas, and finding some more acidic flavours, keeping the
floral point described above. As for individuals who do not show colours so intense, a very strong lemon
scent predominates, which in some case reminds us of incense aromas.
With regard to yield, structure and resin level there is not much variation, being a variety in which we can
find individuals with a very high resin level, medium-high yield, and where the feed rate should be low
profile since it does not support high conductivity values very well.
Its effect is powerful, with a tendency toward more reflective states, of tranquillity and contemplation, with a
very interesting relaxation point for medical users.