Abusively Grape

Abusively Grape Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
15% to 17%
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 Weeks to 10 Weeks
Warm and Mediterranean Climate
Growing Difficulty
Grape Spicy and Earthy

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Abusively Grape Marijuana Seeds Information

The Abusively Grape,great strain that was created after combining the Abusive OG with Grape hashplant and GG#2. This great idea of the combination was from High Rise Seeds. A strain great for evening use or when you want to have long-lasting effects of balanced and focus. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Abusively Grape? 

Flavors of inviting grape mixed with the spicy undertones and earthy taste. The Abusively Grape has an exceptional cerebral buzz that will crawl out into you back like a tingly effect keeping you in a high from head to toe.  Uplifting effects of this strain can cause a very euphoric high that leads to flooding of many ideas which is ideal if you will be attending and event and goes very well with socializing. When it tones down, just be cautious on not driving yet, take more time in resting

What are the Medical Benefits of Abusively Grape?

The high CBD level of Abusively Grape has been proven to be very effective if you are having arthritis, migraines headache or any discomforts that is manifested by pain. Depression, stress, and fatigue will also be well managed after taking a few of the Abusively Grape. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Abusively Grape? 

There are few usual adverse effects when consuming Abusively Grape, these are the drying of the eyes, puffiness that sometimes lead to irritation then to inflammation. When you have high sensitivity with THC, newbies should be more cautious for it can result in paranoia. 

How to Grow Abusively Grape? 

Abusively Grape is commonly grown indoor for it can easily be controlled and no hassles at all. Installing a temperature controller and lighting that will help a lot with its flowering period. This marijuana must also be pruning to ensure that mold would never attack the stalks. 

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