Alexander the Grape

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
13% - 22% 
Yield
312 grams per square meter 
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Strain Information

Alexander the Grape is an indica-leaning strain from the Oregon Microgrowers Guild that builds up rich purple shading on its flowers. A hybrid of Candyland and Mendo Purps, Alexander the Grape is usually a shorter and heartier plant with a fragrance and a taste of grape candy.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Alexander the Grape?

The flavors of Alexander the Grape are grape, fruity, sweet and earthy. Alexander the Grape has a high that mounts gradually, in the end, prompting a deep sensation in the head and body. In light of its moderate onset, those getting a charge out of Alexander the Grape ought to be taken with caution, remembering that a tad bit of this strain can go far. In perfect conditions, Alexander the Grape gives a substantial feeling of both mental and physical unwinding, taking clients into a spacey serenity. As opposed to stimulation, a burst of thoughts, Alexander the Grape offers a full-body stone. Alexander the Grape may leave you feeling like an awkward, sluggish person.

What are the Medical Benefits of Alexander the Grape?

The solid narcotic properties of Alexander the Grape quiet your body down and prompt your psyche to relinquish the negative ideas or thoughts, which makes for a more joyful user. Other than helping restorative cannabis clients reduce their stress level, it also has mitigating capabilities, just as having the option to give release from chronic pain and ache.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Alexander the Grape

One response you can expect is that Alexander the Grape makes you encounter with having dry mouth. There are different responses that may incorporate dry eyes, dizziness, headaches, or elevated degree of anxiousness; however, they are, for the most part, connected with abusing this cannabis strain.

 How to Grow Alexander the Grape?

Alexander the Grape plants might be hard for beginners to develop. Whenever developed outside, the strain will, in general, be impervious to both ailments and bothersome bugs. It tends to be effectively developed indoors.