The flowers on this cannabis plant are otherworldly: faded green flowers interspersed with neon fuchsia calyxes. The dense trichome coverage over the Grape Krush #2’s indica-dominant hybrid buds give the fuschia petals a glowing effect.
The aroma resembles red fruit punch mixed with grape-flavored drink, and the flavor carries heavy overtones of the grape qualities.
The experience from the Grape Krush #2 is pretty typical of a heavy indica: couch-lock, sleepiness, and a deep body buzz that’s borderline narcotic. This strain’s a good one for dealing with chronic pain issues, cramps, spasms, headaches, or restlessness. Definitely a strain to avoid for early day use.
Common side effects are dry eyes and dry mouth, though high doses may make even an experienced cannabis smoker pass right out.
Grape Krush #2 grows bushy and produces high yields, making it perfect for a sea of green type grow.
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This strain was developed by the famous grower DJ Short, although its genetics are unknown.