About Grape Ape Marijuana.
Grape Ape is a strain propagated by Barney’s Farm and Apothecary Genetics. It is an Indica dominant hybrid achieved by crossing the hybrid Skunk and the Indica Afghani Landrace with the Mendocino Purps. It is about 80% Indica and 20% Sativa, which gives the strain dominant Indica qualities. It has a THC level in the 15 – 23%, giving it a moderately high potency. Grape Ape is one of those purple strains that make you say “Wow!” Buy Grape Ape Marijuana. For more of such products visit our shop now.
Furthermore, it is commonly confused for Grand Daddy Purple, it has dark hues of purple with orange pistils and trichome-laden buds. These dense nugs have a fruity smell and taste like grape bubble gum or Kool-Aid. Buy Grape Ape Marijuana. Although not as crystal-covered as GDP, this cannabis strain packs a big punch. This is many people’s go-to nighttime strain as it produces a mellow clear-headed high that is deeply relaxing.
The strain is very popular around the Pacific Northwest, created by Bret Bogue of Apothecary Genetics in California, USA. While the plants are short which makes them very suitable for indoor cultivation, the strain can be grown outdoors too as they are resistant to fungus, molds, viruses, and bacteria. The leaves are a tightly bundled pack with dark purplish hues and orange hairs. It’s thick white frosting full of trichomes, pleasant grape, and lavender fragrance also contributes to its popularity and makes for a sniffing delight.
Possible Side Effects Of Grape Ape Kush.
Most Grape Ape consuming patients have reported the following common positive effects:
Commonly reported side effects of consuming Grape Ape as reported by patients to include the following:
- Dry Eyes
- Red Eyes
Rare side effects reported by patients include:
- Anxiety Attacks
Grape Ape reportedly packs a strong body buzz, with some users finding relief from migraines and insomnia. A relaxing effect, relief from anxiety, and stimulation of appetite were also noted by consumers.
Some have reported bouts of paranoia after consuming too much, but normal side-effects such as cottonmouth and dry eyes are to be expected.
Though this Indica rarely hovers above four feet tall and only takes six to eight weeks to harvest, it’s not recommended for first-time growers since it requires extra attention during cultivation.