The sea-green, pine-cone shaped buds that grow off the Grape God cannabis plant smell delicious, like freshly picked grapes in a vineyard. This hybrid is a little more indica than it is sativa, and its flowers taste like sweet burnt berries.
Grape God’s THC content can range between 14-28%. The effects from Grape God are long-lasting, simultaneously euphoric with that narcotic effect that comes with smoking an indica. Those wrestling with insomnia or chronic pain may find quick relief in this strain, but PTSD, migraines, and mood disorders are other candidates for treatment with Grape God.
Side effects often include dry mouth, red eyes, and dizziness in high amounts.
Growers should anticipate 50 days for flowering. Grape God is known to produce high yields, and grows more like an indica than a sativa. Sea of green and heavy feeds work well with this strain.
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A cross between Grapefruit (sativa) and God Bud (indica).