Strain Name: Grape God
Nose: AAAA – grape, sweet, earthy, grapefruit
Taste: AAAA– grape, earthy
Burn: AAAA – Smooth smoke with a clean ash. Appears to be well flushed.
Visual: AAAA – small to medium buds. Fairly dense nuggets and nicely trimmed. Stem snaps, product is dried properly.
Info: Grape God is an cross between the indica God Bud and the sativa Grapefruit. The high is a strong, long-lasting euphoria that elevates your mood and relaxes your body. The deep relaxation effects make this a good strain for treating PTSD, arthritis, migraines, and mood disorders. It can also help with insomnia and chronic pain.
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Grape God is a hybrid strain of cannabis that resulted from adding grapefruit genetics to the widely popular God Bud cannabis. The Grape God Hybrid was a sweeping success resulting in a unique and robust type of cannabis with singular traits and broad appeal. This strain has a THC content of 15-25% making it a potent form of cannabis on top of its unique characteristics.
Grape God has dense buds and leaves that follow the indica pattern. The leaves are light green with variations of purple coloration that show up as a reaction to the cold. A large number of trichomes make the plant stickier than most other hybrids. The scent is unmistakably grape. When burned and inhaled, this hybrid starts off sweet and then carries earthy tones on the exhale. The complete absence of that skunky undertone is one of the uniquely desirable traits of this hybrid strain.
The effects of Grape God start off with a sense of uplifting happiness. Notes of euphoria set in a little bit later as physical relaxation moves in. This hybrid is also excellent at relieving stress, pain, depression, and insomnia. Over time, the relaxation increases to sleepiness which makes this strain of cannabis ideal for night time usage.
The effects of Grape God can take time to set in and are not as abrupt as some strains. While the effects can take more time to activate, they also tend to last much longer. The results tend to be best when the Grape God is ingested in a controlled and peaceful setting. Work and other activities can be done while under the effects but detail-oriented tasks are not ideal.
Some of the negative side-effects include dry mouth and dry eyes. Dizziness and headaches can also occur, but this is significantly lessened if used while immobile or as a sleep assistant. These effects tend to show up when users stay active after ingesting the Grape God hybrid. While the effects are uncommon, they are often preventable.
Grape God is a durable hybrid combining many positive traits for growers and consumers. It can, however, be more involved than a beginner might want. Because of its small size, Grape God needs a grower to make sure that it gets enough sunlight. To take advantage of that unique purple coloring, the grower will also need to shock the crop with cold exposures late in the harvesting cycle.