This striking beauty is one to watch out for. Grape Sauce boasts her long forest green leaves with intricate detail, especially on its blade; the top is heavily frosted with long trichomes and some golden hairs crowning this gorg. This hybrid strain was cultivated by Exclusive Seeds using the Grape Crack and the Monster Sauce.
There are two main phenotypes of this strain, which differ in flavors. One has a lemon-lime, and grape notes that masks a sharp, musky undertone. While the other one has a sour top note but exudes a sweet grate and skunk aftertaste. Even though the phenos vary in flavors, the high is very similar. This weed provides a clear uplifting high that can be felt at the back of your head, keeping its users focused and driven with energy and creativity.
This weed is an excellent motivator for patients who are suffering from any pain or inflammation, especially those with fibromyalgia and lupus. It can also help individuals suffering from anxiety, depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and bipolar disorder to get through the day without being hindered by their symptoms.
When using this marijuana, one may experience getting a mild headache or dizziness right before the high takes place. It can also cause drowsiness and paranoia when consumed in a higher dosage. Dryness of the mouth is inevitable whenever smoking or vaping this cannabis.
It is effortless to cultivate this weed, it can survive in harsh conditions and can adapt to all forms of training and techniques. The Grape Sauce has a rigid structure that will not require any support. Additionally, breeders can grow this weed indoors, outdoors, or even in a greenhouse.