The cannabis strain God’s Gift is an indica bearing a mixed flavor of grapes and lavender with an undertone of diesel and aftertaste described as citrusy. Its smell is similar, often leaning more towards an over-ripe berry scent. When ready for harvest, its dense buds bare vibrant purple hues and overlaid with crystals.
Its parents are the strong and potent strains of Granddaddy Purple, an indica, and OG Kush, a hybrid. God’s Gift became popular in California in 2005 where it first blossomed.
God’s Gift is a highly potent indica, with THC levels reaching an average of 18% and topping off at 22% in some crops. Its high is instantaneous, giving the consumer a full-bodied euphoric feel that reviewers note relieves aches and pains and for women, PMS symptoms. It does couch-lock and leaves most in a dream-like, sleepy stupor which makes this strain good for nighttime use.
Some reviewers have stated this strain will induce fits of giggles and/or immobilize the consumer into extreme relaxation and sleep.
This indica strain grows just above four feet and takes eight to nine weeks to flower, requiring little devotion during vegetation if grown indoors and making it a good crop for beginners.
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