Hybrid

Grape Marmalade

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About this Hybrid Strain

Marmalade is defined as a fruit preserve made from the juice and peel of fruits boiled with sugar and water. The Grape Marmalade cannabis strain holds some of that flavor from mom’s peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as a child. This fruit flavored, evenly-balanced hybrid, comes from crossing Blueberry Cheesecake with Sour Tsunami.

The Grape Marmalade buds appear to be a golden-amber color due to the coat of trichomes covering the forest-green leaves, making the buds look to be covered in a yellow moss. Long bright orange-pistils are plentiful among these furry buds.

Breaking the sticky buds open releases a sweet, honey odor amid a fruity smell of berry and citrus, with hints of pine. Smoking or vaping Grape Marmalade brings to life that sour grape flavor, with a delicious aftertaste akin to grape soda.

This soothing hybrid was originally bred as a medical strain. It has excellent reviews from those who say the suffer from chronic pain, anxiety, PTSD, cramps, migraines, and appetite loss. Users report a euphoric bliss, with a trippy psychoactive sparking of creativity. Artists and musicians take note as this potent hybrid tests around 25% THC on average and reportedly opens up the mind for greater interpretation of sensory input. Smells, sounds, sight, and touch reportedly become enhanced making users recommend this strain for jamming out to music, writing creatively, cooking, or holding someone dear to you. The mind-muscle connection is also reportedly enhanced, making the blissful relaxation of the skeletal muscles only a thought a way. This gives the user a confident feeling of coordination and mastery over the body with some users preferring to use this strain prior to an exercise session.

Grape Marmalade is naturally more resistant to mildew and likes warm temperatures with lots of sunlight. This makes it a relatively simple strain to grow. It produces generous yields especially when grown outside. It is not uncommon to get up to 50 ounces of flower per plant in under 9 weeks with a mid October harvest.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 24.74%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Limonene: 0.410%
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.302%
Linalool: 0.098%

Genetic Lineage

NYC Diesel - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid NYC Diesel
Indica Afghani
Afghani Origin
Sour Diesel - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Sour Diesel
Sour Diesel - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Sour Diesel
Chemdawg - Sativa Cannabis Strain
Sativa Chemdawg
Nepalese Origin
Thai Origin
Blueberry - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Blueberry
Indica Afghani
Afghani Origin
Sativa Purple Thai
Thai Origin
Sativa Thai
Thai Origin
Cheese - Sativa Cannabis Strain
Sativa Cheese
Skunk #1 - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid Skunk #1

Frequently Asked Questions About Grape Marmalade

What is Grape Marmalade?

Grape Marmalade is an evenly-balanced hybrid cannabis strain, known for it’s potency and delicious flavor.

What does Grape Marmalade mean?

Grape Marmalade is a fruit preserve made from the juice and peel of grapes boiled with sugar and water.

Where does Grape Marmalade come from?

Grape Marmalade comes from crossing Blueberry Cheesecake with Sour Tsunami.

What does Grape Marmalade smell like?

This strain smells like pungent grapes and sweet honey, with hints of citrus and pine.

What does Grape Marmalade taste like?

Many say the flavor is of sour grape, with an aftertaste similar to grape soda.

What color does Grape Marmalade have?

The Grape Marmalade nuggets appear to be a golden-amber color due to the coat of trichomes covering the forest-green leaves, making the buds look to be covered in moss. Long, bright orange-pistils are scattered throughout.

What effects does Grape Marmalade have?

Users report a euphoric bliss with a trippy psychoactive sparking of creativity, as gateways in the brain responsible for the interpretation of sensory input open up. Smells, sounds, sight, and touch reportedly become enhanced. Blissful relaxation of the skeletal muscles, and enhanced mind-muscle connection.

Is Grape Marmalade an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Grape Marmalade is an evenly-balanced hybrid, approximately 50% Sativa and 50% Indica.


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