Grape Pupil

  • Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    7 to 9 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and dry environment 
  • Yield:
    Medium to High
  • Flavors:
    Grape, Sweet, Spicy, Fruity, Citrus, and Gas
  • THC Content:
  • Height:
    Medium to Tall
  • Growing Difficulty:

Strain Information

The contrasting colors of purple and white are very evident with the Grape Pupil’s appearance. The fan leaves start pinkish red to violet from the petiole to its midrib that stands out to the overall lime green color of the lamina. The buds are very dark purple and frosted with white trichomes and pistils. This hybrid strain is a mix of Mass Medical Strains’ own grown Star Pupil and the Putang. The growers used a more Sativa dominant Star Pupil from their backcross line. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Grape Pupil?

This weed is just bursting in flavor, with the complex mix of sweet fresh grapes, fruity tropical goodness with a hint of gas. As you savor the initial flavors of this marijuana, you will also have a taste of subtle hints of exotic spice and citrus at the end. As you sail away from reality, distortion of patterns is painted vividly, somewhat dreamy, and psychedelic feelings will emerge. Buckle up for this strain will take you to a blissful hypnotic trance. The main effect of this cannabis is a clear and uplifting euphoria, with some calming and relaxing after effect.

What are the Medical Benefits of Grape Pupil?

This weed is best for treating anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. The Grape Pupil can also be used by patients to cope with pain, muscle spasms, or post-surgery injury. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Grape Pupil.

Paranoia is evident when using this hybrid strain in higher quantities or when beginners try to toy with it, so be careful not to take too much. The regular users or those who can tolerate higher dosages may still experience side effects like dryness of the mouth and bloodshot eyes. 

How to Grow Grape Pupil? 

You can cultivate this specific weed, whether indoors or outdoors. For indoor breeding, training ad trimming ad the use of SOG is ideal, but outdoor growing is where she shines. This weed can stretch more when outdoors, and because of its sturdy structure, any support or stake won’t be necessary.

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