Grape Zkittlez

  • Type:
    Indica Dominant
  • Flowering Period:
    8 to 9 weeks
  • Climate:
    Slightly Cold as a dry environment 
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  • Flavors:
    Grape, Berry, Pepper, and Floral
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Strain Information

This is the true purple weed. The buds of the Grape Zkittlez boast of rich dark purple hues blanketed with white crystal trichomes even to the tips of her fan leaves and scattered with orange hairs. This is highly regarded as a medical strain and was the brainchild of Purple Caper Seeds. This hybrid strain is a cross between the Purple Punch and the Zkittlez BX. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Grape Zkittlez?

Let your mouth revel in the richness of grapes with some purple fruity hints of berry at first hit from this weed. Upon exhale, a dash of spicy pepper and floral flavor will take over its grape overtones. The facade of its effect exhibits more its Sativa content; then, after a few more hits, the indica traits will begin to dominate. Users feel relaxed but in a blissful and euphoric state. The body will be in total relaxation, but the mind will wander in its uplifting cerebral buzz that will keep you alert and focus for some time until you feel sleepy. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Grape Zkittlez?

This weed is best to be used in treating stress, depression, anxiety, fatigue, and insomnia. Since this strain is designed to be highly medicinal, patients suffering from pain, inflammation, and other types of injuries and aches can feel immediate relief after using this cannabis. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Grape Zkittlez.

Grape Zkittlez can cause dry mouth and bloodshot eyes for most of its users. Although very rare, some may still experience slight anxiety, headache, or even dizziness. These downsides vary from one person to another, and results depend greatly on the amount of weed taken. 

How to Grow Grape Zkittlez? 

You may cultivate this hybrid strain indoors or even in a greenhouse where there is a controlled environment, but it doesn’t necessarily mean that one cant grows it outdoors. It is just important to note that this plant prefers an arid and optimal cold temperature, so it would be best to breed here during autumn.

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