Grateful Breath

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Indica
  • Flowering Period:
    56 - 63 days
  • Climate:
    Indoor, outdoor
  • Yield:
    High
  • Flavors:
    Grapefruit, pine, fuel, musky
  • THC Content:
    23%
  • Height:
    Medium
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Moderate

Strain Information

It’s used for different strains due to its nice traits. It’s a cross between Cherry Pie Kush and Joseph. It has an alpha-pinene and beta myrcene composed of its terpene profile. It has the amount of cannabinoid profile that can lightly sedate and calm your nerves. It grows dense buds with shades of purple and blues slightly scattered and a thick coating of frosty trichomes. You can enjoy this weed when you engage with your hobby, read a book, hang out with friends, and other tons of activities. So you can consume it at any time of the day. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Grateful Breath?

The flavor of this strain has pine, grapefruit, fuel, and musky taste. As you puff this weed, the potency also extends, and it makes you feel grateful for anything and everything around you. It gives you tingles that go to every nerve of your body as it produces energy. It releases invigorating and tranquil effects, but you will remain alert. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Grateful Breath?

It was said by a study that it can help ease asthma. It can undermine any type of pain, even the chronic ones. It alleviates the symptoms of mental disorders like stress, depression, and anxiety.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Grateful Breath

There’s a dry feeling that can be felt in your eyes and mouth. You can drink water to reverse these minor side effects.

How to grow a Grateful Breath?

It can be grown outdoors and indoors. You have to check the plants regularly to be updated of any changes. You have to water and feed them with the suggested amount to prevent root rot and nutrient burn or deficiency from happening.

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