Also known as Grapekrush, this indica-dominant hybrid cannabis plant boasts purple and light green flowers that smell like, well, crushed grapes. The smoke has a surprisingly sweet flavor that tastes like a bouquet of flowers smell.
Lab results show varying cannabinoid levels, but most turn up 12% THC for a mellow, socially friendly buzz.
Perhaps no other strain was so delicately bred to produce relaxation and joy. Grape Crush can get the eyelids heavy, but the brain remains focused even as it gets a little cloudy. Dispel stress, muscle spasms, minor pains, or inflammation with the Grape Crush. If you enjoy passing a fat spliff amongst friends, Grapecrush is a strain to look in to, because it won’t get anyone too ripped too quickly.
Side effects include red eyes, dry mouth, and even spells of dizziness or headaches with high doses.
Growers should expect about 56 days to flower, making this a good strain for short harvest and quick cycles through the grow room.
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Grapecrush was bred by inbreeding two Blueberry parents.