Spurkle is a sought after strain for its highly popular Indica-dominant genetics. It’s parents promise a calming body high and intense sleepiness of the couchlock kind. Bred from the world-famous Purple Kush and G13 strains, Spurkle is itself an extremely rare find. It is available in San Diego’s medical marketplace, but hardly anywhere else.
This strain is extremely potent on the THC side, but statistics for its cannabinoid levels are hard to come by. For this reason, experts recommend not using it for CBD-requiring conditions, such as severe seizure disorder, which benefit more from high-CBD and low-THC strains. Spurkle treats an array of diseases effectively and has a sweet diesel smell and strong Kush taste.
Why Patients Use Spurkle?
Spurkle is a highly relaxing strain. Patients love it for its ability to help them sleep free of pain and other debilitating symptoms. Spurkle is a powerful sedative with heavy physical effects. It is also very potent and can help those struggling to eat develop an appetite. Despite its scarcity, this strain is extremely popular among those patients aware of it, and its rarity adds to its sought-after status.
Medical Uses of Spurkle
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Side Effects of Spurkle
Information about Spurkle
60 percent Indica and 40 percent Sativa
Spurkle is the proud baby of Purple Kush and G13 strains.
This strain measures a nine on the stoned meter. You will certainly feel its heavy effects.
THC levels in Spurkle typically exceed 20 percent, making this a very potent strain.
Spurkle typically flowers in nine weeks, possibly ten weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
This strain grows best indoors, but it will do well in dry, well-watered outdoor conditions too.
As an Indica-dominant hybrid, Spurkle is a short, bushy plant easy to hide or fit into small indoor spaces.
This is a high-yielding strain with very thick branches and even denser buds.
Beginners could do well with this strain, provided they follow growing instructions properly.
Spurkle has a tendency to get sick in conditions of high humidity. Watch out for mold and bud rot.