When you break up the dense, round buds of Grape Inferno, you are greeted with the delicious aroma of wildflowers and grapes accompanied by earthen overtones. Well-cured batches can have an array of colors amid its flowers, like lavenders, pinks, and blues.
THC levels average in the high teens, and some batches come out with about 1% CBD. Effects have been described as incredibly calming by reviewers as the mind pleasantly wanders. Some enjoy its potential capacity to create a dream-like state while others have used it for calming symptoms from anxiety or pain. Still others have felt hungry after trying Grape Inferno and have used it to help improve appetite.
Genetics of Grape Inferno stem from crossing Nepali OG and Querkle, making it an indica-dominant hybrid.
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