Grapefruit is the name applied to two distinct Sativa-dominant strains. The first is known as BC Grapefruit and the second as Nectar's Grapefruit. Both strains provide powerful uplifting feelings of euphoria and impart energy, with Nectar's Grapefruit often described as also exhilarating. Although their Sativa heritages produce similar effects, the strains differ in other ways. The Nectar's strain's effects tend to be more internal, often giving rise to deep thought, while BC Grapefruit causes users to feel more social and talkative. Both strains have common negative effects: dry mouth and eyes, dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety.
These strains can be good as daytime medication, especially for relieving stress and anxiety, though Nectar's may need to be relegated to times when users do not need to focus. The cerebral effects are good for battling depression and some forms of insomnia. Patients may also find that Grapefruit makes their minor aches and pains more manageable. It is not recommended, however, for severe chronic aches and pains. More Indica-heavy strains are usually prescribed for that purpose (see strains most frequently prescribed for pain here.)
BC Grapefruit comes from a clone of unknown genetics. Breeder Steve from Spice of Life found the clone, which had been labeled the one to grow. It gained some popularity in the 80s but was clone only. Other breeders have created seeds by back-crossing the strain. True BC Grapefruit has since become very scarce. The strains derived from BC Grapefruit carry a THC range of 15% -20% and grow well both outside and indoors. They flower for 55 to 60 days.
Nectar's Grapefruit is a cross between C99/Cinderella 99 and an unknown landrace Sativa devised by Nectar Seeds. Like BC Grapefruit, it can grow both indoors and outside but has a longer flowering time of 60 to 69 days.
One of my favorite sativa strains next to the classic Jack Herer. This strain is everything I want in a sativa. Helps me focus, clear headed, helps with fatigue and headed aches. Anxiety and depression is all gone with this strain. I don’t like sativa strains that out off a “hazy” effect. They usually would give me a headache. I was able to enjoy it from loudpack out here in California when they had it in stock. Can’t forget how awesome the fruity earthy flavor was and how smoooth it is. I hope to see this strain and Jack herer around more often.
J’adore cette sorte vraiment énergique et heureux
Although the high doesn’t last very long, thisi’d without a doubt one of the best strains I’ve ever had.
Grapefruit by CRU is a Sativa containing 24% THC. The packed Kelly green buds with golden undertones have thin amber pistils & crystal trichomes. The scents & flavors are budlious. Sweet & sour, grapefruit, citrus, & tropical. Head high made me happy, uplifted, & energized making this a strain best used for the day light. Happy Sedation :)
Never actually had Grapefruit specifically but one of my all time favorite sociable/work highs comes from Grapefruit Durban. It's uplifting and energizing in a euphoric manner (which I don't say lightly, IMO too many strains say euphoria and fail to produce.) The high is extremely energetic and even the body high has a racy note to it. If too much is smoked the user can expect a lack of desire to sleep, a racy heart, and off putting do by sensations. I recommend this strain 10p% to anyone wanting a clear headed yet racy energetic high.