This strain has been a staple in Vancouver Island and may be referred to as different names, but the genetics are the same with GrapeGod. It is produced and bred by Next Generation SC that won 15th place in 2014 for the Hybrid category of the Karma Cup. The plant will start to grow lush green leaves until it changes color to deep purple with light lavender hues. The hybrid strain exhibits a greasy and sticky texture due to its high production of resins, and buds appear to have the same dark violet color.
Enjoy the sweet candy-like grape taste of the GrapeGod. Some say it almost resembles a gummy candy than real grapes, with some earthy undertones and a dank aftertaste at the end of the smoke. You may have to wait a few minutes before you can feel its powerful high, but such a short wait is worth it. This weed is best used at nighttime to enjoy the full body stone fully you’ll get. It begins from the head, slowly creeping down to the back of the neck to your shoulders, easing away all the tensions and down to the tip of your toes.
There are many uses of this weed in the medicine world that accommodate to a variety of ailments. This weed can be used to alleviate pain from injuries, arthritis, or fibromyalgia. This can also be used by patients suffering from depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress, and fatigue. Additionally, this particular hybrid strain is an excellent appetite inducer.
This marijuana is known to cause dry mouth and eyes; it can also trigger anxiety, dizziness, and may increase some patient’s heart rate.
Growing this weed indoors or outdoors is advisable; there just some few tips you need to follow if breeding this particular strain outdoors. This cannabis plant would require a consistently warm and humid climate at the start, but later in its vegetative cycle, you have to make sure that it grows in colder temperature for the dark violet colors to appear.