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About Grapefruit Diesel
Grapefruit Diesel is an indica-dominant hybrid that rewards smokers with soothing physical effects and a refreshing tropical aroma. A straightforward cross between Grapefruit and landrace-derived NYC Diesel, this strain delivers a long-lasting high that may appeal to cannabis newbies and veterans alike. Grapefruit Diesel’s THC content has been measured at between 15% and 20%.
Grapefruit Diesel is marked by impressively large flowers that have a chunky, tapered formation. These buds maintain a decidedly indica internal structure, with a solid core composed of close-growing leaves. The leaves themselves are bright yellowish green, with occasional phenotypes showing patches of blue and purple as well. Curly orange pistils provide a striking textural and visual contrast, as do plenty of translucent white trichomes.
Unsurprisingly, Grapefruit Diesel’s flowers give off a tangy aroma marked by grapefruit and other tropical hints of citrus. A closer inspection will also reveal some astringent fumes of diesel. Grinding up these buds, meanwhile, may release a deeply skunky odor. When it is burnt, Grapefruit Diesel gives off a thick and acrid smoke that may be somewhat harsh on the lungs and sinuses. On the exhale, this smoke leaves behind some fruity and slightly herbal flavors.
Unlike some other indicas, Grapefruit Diesel takes hold fairly quickly. Its initial effects take hold in the face, creating a feeling of warmth and a slight tingle around the temples and cheekbones. Slowly, these strange sensations dissolve, giving way to body-wide feelings of relaxation. Limbs and eyelids may feel weighed down in equal measure as any pressing concerns tend to fade into the background. In terms of mental properties, Grapefruit Diesel has more of an effect on the senses than it does on cognitive processes: smokers may be prone to slight visual and auditory distortions and may experience trippy phenomena like a feeling of time dilation.
Fortunately for those looking to maintain productivity, Grapefruit Diesel’s physical effects won’t typically entirely incapacitate them. Under moderate dosage, consumers may still be able to achieve work on basic tasks or errands; if intake is increased, though, feelings of immobilizing couch lock may set in, rendering any further physical exertion unlikely. At this point, Grapefruit Diesel is best suited to passive activities like snacking or binge-watching. It can be an especially fun way to pass the time with like-minded friends, as it can encourage good vibes and giddy conversation. Because of its mostly laid-back, sedative effects, Grapefruit Diesel is recommended for afternoon or evening consumption, when it can be fully enjoyed.
Grapefruit Diesel’s wide-ranging effects can have several uses for medical cannabis patients as well. Its mood-boosting properties can temporarily lessen the severity of stress, depression, and anxiety. On the physical end of the spectrum, it may dull aches and pains, whether they’re temporary, as due to injury or chronic, as due to conditions like fibromyalgia or arthritis. In properly relaxed circumstances, Grapefruit Diesel may also counteract anxiety, leading to deep and restful sleep. This strain’s ability to induce the munchies may even make it a good appetite stimulant for those struggling with digestive conditions or undergoing chemotherapy. Because it comes with a fairly low risk of overly cerebral thinking, this bud is a good option for patients who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance.
Fortunately for those looking to grow this fragrant strain at home, seeds of Grapefruity Diesel are available for sale online. Once obtained, it can be grown indoors or out, although successful outdoor cultivation requires a hot and humid climate. Plants tend to be of average height and may call for gardeners to occasionally trim away their broad fan leaves. Those looking to bring out this strain’s eye-catching purple potential should stimulate the plants’ anthocyanins by exposing them to cold nighttime temperatures just before flowering begins -- which happens at around the 7-8 week mark.
With a high that’s said to last longer than average, Grapefruit Diesel is an excellent all-purpose smoke for indica lovers. Its unique combination of fruity and diesel scents may also make this hybrid of interest to terpene chasers.