Purple Panty Dropper Strain Review

This is a strain of marijuana grown specifically by Humboldt Seed Company. The plants are large and uniform in size with a purplish hue.

Purple Panty Dropper Strain Review

The flavor and aroma are sweet and floral, and many consumers report feeling relaxed and aroused after smoking this strain. 


This strain of marijuana has a THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) content range between 11 and 24%. The CBD (cannabidiol) content of the strain is between 0.23 and 0.84%. This makes Purple Panty Dropper a low CBD strain. 

What is purple panty dropper strain?

Purple panty dropper is an Indica dominant strain. It is sometimes referred to as P.D.D. Many people say that this is a strong strain and the effects are felt relatively immediately.

How was Purple Panty Dropper developed?

The strain was developed by crossing Purple Haze, Oregon Grape, and Matanuskan Mist. It was bred by the Humboldt Seed Company and is one of their original strains. 


The flavor of purple panty dropper is sweet and fruity. Many people liken the flavor to that of a grape or a mild berry. It can sometimes have earthy undertones.  


The odor is said to be sweet and floral, again often being likened to Concord grapes. 

Physical appearance

The buds are dense and purple in color. The overall plant is relatively large and uniform in appearance. The branches are thick and sturdy thanks to the Indica dominant heritage. 

The buds are sticky thanks to the trichome content and you can boost the overall yield of your plant with careful training. There are many lavender and amber-colored hairs on the buds, making them relatively easy to distinguish from other strains. 

Grow info

This is a relatively easy strain to grow. They are a photoperiod flowering type, meaning that the plant grows floral buds instead of lateral ones with many leaves. 

It can be cultivated inside, and you should expect a flowering period of around 49 to 63 days. Expect flowers to appear between the 20th of September and the 5th of October. 

The strain is very hardy and can withstand high humidity and other environmental difficulties. This makes it suitable for both indoor and outdoor growing. 

Sea of Green and Screen of Green methods are the best to use when growing this strain. The plant has a yield that falls on the lower end of average, at about 12 ounces of bud per plant. 


The name comes from the strain’s supposed aphrodisiac effects on the consumer. Reports state that a lot of people feel aroused after consuming this strain.

Many people report feeling incredibly relaxed and euphoric after smoking. The effects are said to be dream-like and brighten your emotional state. It can be used as a way to aid mind-body relaxation. 

It is also believed to make the consumer feel somewhat hungry, as you would expect from weed. Many people report feeling a strong body buzz after consuming this strain.

Side effects

Some commonly reported side effects of this strain include dry eyes and mouth, increased anxiety levels, paranoia, and headaches. You may also notice feeling more sleepy than usual, thanks to the indicia contained in this strain. 

Medical appointments

This strain can be used as a treatment for chronic pain and depression. It can also help to alleviate insomnia, stress, and muscle spasms. It is a good strain to consume if you are suffering from headaches or a lack of appetite too. 

Other conditions that may be benefitted from the use of this strain include fibromyalgia, arthritis, and PMS. 

It is recommended to imbibe in this strain of marijuana in the evenings and during the night. This is because it can make you sleepy and impact upon your productivity if consumed during the day. 

Similar strains

There are many similar strains to Purple Panty Dropper. Strains with similar effects include White Berry, Rainbow Kush, Black Mamba, White Gushers, Peanut Butter, and Rosetta Stone.

Strains with similar tastes include Jelly Breath, Blue Zkittlez, Skunk No. 1, White Gushers, Cereal Milk, and Venom OG Kush. They are all said to have berry, grape, or earthy undertones.

There are a few hybrid strains that have been bred using Purple Panty Dropper. These include Blood Orange Amethyst, a strain made by combining Purple Panty Dropper and Blueberry Muffin. The Blueberry Muffin strain is itself a hybrid strain of Purple Panty Dropper and Razzleberry Kush. 

Humboldt Dream is a strain bred by combining Blue Dream BX3 with Purple Panty Dropper. Strawberry Cheesecake is another strain using Girl Scout Cookies and Purple Panty Dropper.

Strain cannabinoids 

As well as the THC and CBD cannabinoids mentioned above, there are others found in Purple Panty Dropper. These are CBC (cannabichromene), CBG (cannabigerol), CBN (cannabinol), and THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin).

The CBC content of the strain is between 0.1 and 0.93%. The CBG content is between 0.41 and 1.02%. The CBN content is between 0.05 and 0.25%. The THCV content is between 0.48 and 1.89%.

THC is the main psychoactive compound found within marijuana that gives the consumer the sensation of being high. 

CBD is an essential part of medical marijuana. It is commonly used in anti-anxiety products, such as gummies and teas. It is also believed to be an effective treatment for childhood epilepsy, particularly Dravet and Lennox-Gastaut syndromes. 

CBC is known to increase levels of anandamide in the body. This compound is believed to be useful for treating conditions such as cancer, Alzheimer’s, acne, depression, pain, and inflammation. 

CBG is believed to fight pain and inflammation in the body. It can also help to reduce nausea and slow down the proliferation of many cancer cells. 

CBN is produced as the THC ages. It is said to have anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective effects. This compound is also believed to help with the alleviation of insomnia. 

THCV is an appetite suppressant. As well as this, it is believed to help regulate blood sugar levels, reduce panic attacks, and stimulate bone growth. 

If you enjoyed this article, then you might like to read our post on the Burmese Kush strain.

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