The flowers from Sour Grape tend to come out olive green with hues of blue, purple, and even violet, the darker shades contrasting nicely with the bud’s sparkling trichome coverage. The aroma given off by these flowers does smell sour, with notes of fruits and jet fuel. When sparked up, these buds taste like sweet grapes and cool soil.
Lab results place its potency at around 10-18% THC and as high as 2% CBD. That’s not enough CBD to make this a strain for treating seizures, but it likely makes for a smoother buzz.
This strain is known to provide energy and clarity in the head, but a tingling body buzz below the neck. Sour Grape is recommended for relieving stress, body pains, muscle tension, mild inflammation, nausea, and cramps. The high is long-lasting and strong, so this one should be saved for day time use. Some experienced patients may find they can handle it in the evening and still fall asleep.
Common side effects from Sour Grape include cottonmouth and red eyes.
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Sour Grape is a cross between Sour Diesel and Granddaddy Purple, two legendary strains.