hey buddy, have a look at this blog..... https://www.lucky13seeds.com/post/why-is-my-weed-bleeding, excerpt from with in the blog......This substance giving the fluid it’s deep purple colour is anthocyanin, a phytochemical that gives blueberries, blackberries and other dark fruit their signature pigment. If you were to taste it, it is quite bitter.
They are actually conducting very interesting studies with anthocyanin and finding it to have intriguing medicinal properties. In fact they have shown it be incredibly effective at fighting obesity in rats.
In Cannabis, this high concentration of anthocyanin in the sap during the vegetative state is actually quite rare. It is more typically seen in late bloom when the plant is exposed to colder temperatures. It acts as a kind of antifreeze for the plant, and is the substance responsible for turning some plants purple. Only a few strains display this adaptation, and even fewer display it during veg........stay safe man and happy growing
you got a lot going on homie! everything looking good. berry's and cream looks like great white shark from back in the day with those jagged leaves. accidentally fat fingered the unsubscribe button. dropped my phone trying to put my headphones on at work. I quickly remedied the situation. happy growing my dude