About Grape Inferno
A name to know in the cannabis world, TGA Subcool has put out yet another amazing strain by crossing Nepali OG and Querkle. This lovechild was named Grape Inferno, and thankfully, her moniker clues users into what to expect in terms of flavors and effects. An indica-dominant bud that’s best for nighttime, she’s become a favorite of recreational and medical smokers alike.
Topping out at 23% THC, Grape Inferno definitely has some power behind her pretty little nugs. While they tend to be rather flat, their mint green color is accented by some of the most amazing shades you’ve ever seen along with delicate trichome coverage that’s like sugar topping your favorite treat. Grapes and berries will invade your senses right away, and while Grape Inferno has some sweetness to her, users will also detect spices that help to balance things out.
Although this strain does have some sativa genetics to brag about, users typically don’t experience much in the way of energy during their high. Instead, a cerebral boost of joy comes in quickly, leaving you to calm any racing thoughts and fully relax from head to toe. Tolerance levels will dictate if you actually fall asleep or not, but one thing is for certain - Grape Inferno will make you hungry. Grab some snacks before you toke and prepare to pretty much zone out with your favorite foods all night.
Some medical issues require intense treatment, but for individuals who struggle with occasional bouts of stress and depression or physical pain, Grape Inferno is just the thing to take the edge off. Given that her CBD levels aren’t much to write home about, users should approach this bud with moderate expectations and enjoy whatever relief comes their way. Smoke enough of Grape Inferno and insomnia could be a thing of the past, or simply enjoy a reasonable dose and watch worry and discomfort say goodbye.
Grape Inferno isn’t too terribly difficult to cultivate at home, but we wouldn’t recommend leaving her alone for months on end either. This strain does well both inside or outdoors and only takes between 8 and 9 weeks to fully mature. Her claim to fame comes along with incredibly dense and heavy buds, and while it hasn’t been explicitly recommended, you may want to think about offering extra support for branches as she continues to grow.
Tasty flavors and relaxing effects make Grape Inferno a strain to try at least once, assuming you can find her in your local dispensary. She seems to be a bit elusive, although users who really have their heart set on this strain may want to check out California shops to see if she’s there. If you’re successful, pair this strain with some good stinky cheese and get ready for a great night.