Grape Pie

  • Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    8 to 12 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and Dry environment
  • Yield:
  • Flavors:
    Fruity, Berry, Nutty, Spicy, Herb, Sweet, Spicy, and Pie
  • THC Content:
    20 to 22% 
  • Height:
  • Growing Difficulty:

Strain Information

The Grape Pie was a creation of Rado where they combined the Grape Stomper and the gorgeous Cherry Pie. Such combination proves to be a winner when it won the 3rd place for Indica Category in 2018 The Karma Cup. Be amazed as you gazed in her contrasting colors of green and purple. The main stem is thick and appears to be green, with branches displaying dark violet leaves. Her nugs are round and small and have dark olive and purple hues. The pistils are dark orange that blends perfectly with its amber trichomes. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Grape Pie?

Smoking this amazing marijuana is like eating a dessert dusted with some exotic spices and powders. The initial flavors are like a deliciously fruity, mostly berry pie with some spicy and nutty undertones. You can also identify sweet earthy and herb notes that occupy your mouth even after you exhale. This weed is said to have an almost grape juice aftertaste to it. For an Indica dominant strain, this weed will not put you to sleep. It will instead give you so much energy and uplifting effects. The high usually starts in the head with some mild sizzling sensation that spread to both the mind and body. This hybrid strain is best taken with friends to enjoy great laughs, singing, and chatting. With all the euphoric uplifting bliss, it is best to be taken during the day and begin to seize it! 

What are the Medical Benefits of Grape Pie?

This specific hybrid strain proves to have much use in the medical department. This is great for treating symptoms of depression, General Anxiety Disorder, lethargy, lack of motivation, Bipolar Disorder, or mood swings. This can also help individuals who are suffering from stress, fatigue, chronic pain, and insomnia. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Grape Pie.

It is very important to take note of the potency of the Grape Pie, as it can go over 20%, with its great flavor, you might not notice the amount you’ve toked. When taken too much, this weed can increase one’s heart rate and trigger anxiety. To some users with very low tolerance, they may also experience paranoia; however, those who have high tolerance may only experience mild side effects such as dry eyes, dry mouth, or dizziness. 

How to Grow Grape Pie? 

This is a well-loved hybrid strain by beginners and experts alike. She will not require so much from you yet reward you with high crop production. The excellent resistance to disease and pest makes it ideal for outdoor cultivation, and of course, you can always grow her indoors. Feeding her with nutrients is advisable as long as you don’t overfeed her, and the use of organic fertilizers is encouraged.

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