Grapefruit Krush

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Indica
  • Flowering Period:
    8 to 9 weeks
  • Climate:
    Warm and semi-humid
  • Yield:
    Medium
  • Flavors:
    Fruity, Citrus, Sweet, and Pepper
  • THC Content:
    20%
  • Height:
    Short to Medium
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Easy

Strain Information

Your eyes will marvel at the beauty of the Grapefruit Krush. The long broad fan leaves exhibit dark purple shades along its blade, and the frosted colas add an impressive contrast. This marijuana is a cross between Grapefruit and Bubba, which was cultivated by Emerald Triangle Seeds. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Grapefruit Krush?

The Grapefruit Krush releases the freshest citrus flavors that will take over your buds tingling you with all the zesty sweetness. The endnote of this strain balances all the citrus taste by providing subtle hints of spicy pepper. The high produces the right and light sedation with a completely happy vibe. At the onset of the effect, the user will feel an uplifting euphoria in the head, with some spacy and reality-bending dimension. Then a calming, almost couch-locked sensation will begin to take over. This will make you sleepy when you stay still and may induce some speech impairment.

What are the Medical Benefits of Grapefruit Krush?

This marijuana is excellent for treating nausea and vomiting, cachexia, glaucoma, spasticity, and movement disorders. It can help induce appetite and regulate sleep. Additionally, this cannabis works great with pain, epilepsy, inflammation, dependency and withdrawal, asthma, and help patients with autoimmune diseases or those suffering from psychiatric symptoms. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Grapefruit Krush.

The use of this cannabis can cause anxiety and hallucinations for new patients, best to take extra caution with its dosage intake. However, even the most experienced user can get dry mouth and beady eyes when smoking this hybrid strain. 

How to Grow Grapefruit Krush? 

You can grow this weed indoors or outdoors. For outdoor breeding, it is best to sow the seeds late of July or the first week of August to be able to harvest in early October. The use of organic fertilizers is highly encouraged, but be sure not to flood her as it can lead to nutrient burn.

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