A small imperfection makes this hybrid strain more attractive. At first glance, the structure of the Grape Head may turn some people off, but such deformity is typical. As you look at her closely, you’ll see the true beauty that she hides. The buds show hints of dark green and deep purple, dotted with long trichomes that sparkles and the bright yellow hairs that accentuate her dark hues. This is the creation of Bohemiaseeds, crossing the Grapekrush with a Sweet Mendo Krush.
This weed will exhibit aromas of sugared grapes that instantly finds your nose as soon as you open the bag. The moment you fire her up, you will get to taste the earthy fuel grapes that will linger in your mouth, and a sharp fruit aftertaste will take over as you breathe the smoke out. Smoking this gorgeous will give you a bumpy ride. It usually starts in ahead; a euphoric rush will catapult you to the top floor. When you thought that all you’ll go is up, a massive body buzz will drag you down. This weed will give you focus and creativity and, at the same time, relaxed. This may also induce munchies, so have some snacks ready.
This hybrid strain is known to be a great pain reliever that patients with a spine injury, arthritis, fibromyalgia, muscle spasms, and inflammation used to help them feel more at ease. This cannabis can also benefit patients who are having trouble sleeping and those with a lack of appetite and also help lessen the aftereffects of chemotherapy.
Grape Head may be one of those strains that exhibit contrasting adverse effects, although most of its users may only get the dry mouth or dry mouth or both, some prove otherwise. Patients are claiming that at the start of the high they have felt or experience either anxiety or increased in their heart rate, then after it mellows, they started to feel very sluggish and with low blood pressure. Paranoia is said to be possible, but incidents are sporadic and close to none.
Beginners may struggle for sometime breeding this plant, but with its forgiving nature, they will still be able to reap the rewards. You may grow this particular weed indoor or outdoor. The recommended lighting for indoor growers is around 240 watts of light, and for the breeding room, the best size would be at 34 to 35 ft2. Overall, it is a robust plant that can resist some pests and diseases, can adapt well to training, and, best of all, a weed that will try its best to grow healthy.