The Gruntz hybrid is well-known among users who suffer from manic depression due to its ability to even out the most chaotic mood. It was bred by an unknown grower from Gelato and Zkittlez and remains a bit of a mystery as a result of being hard to find on local markets. The Runtz strains in general are bred from Cannabis Cups winners, making Gruntz cannabis royalty when it comes to potent, delicious strains. Provided you can find some.
Gruntz flowers in about 8 weeks, ready for harvest outside sometime in mid-October. It grows in dense buds that glow green and purple beneath excessive trichomes. When grown outside, you can harvest about 18 oz. of weed per plant.
GROWERS TIP: Soil mixture and nutrient content is important for growing any strain and it’s no different with Gruntz. With Gruntz specifically, however, it’s important not to overwater your plants.
The Gruntz buds smell and taste like sour candy when you pull them apart. The fruit and berry flavors combine with sourness and earthy, citrus spice, with a result that reminds users of cotton candy. As the buzz of the Gruntz strain sets in, you may begin to feel it in your spine and head, making you feel tingly and weightless as it stretches into your limbs.
Your arms and legs will begin to relax and stretch in the muscles as you lay back. This makes Gruntz an exceptional strain for people who suffer from stress, depression, pain, spasms, and muscle cramps. Its ability to level out the user’s mood makes it a great treatment for manic depression symptoms.
Gruntz is 70/30 with Indica/Sativa and offers a great flavor profile for users obsessed with Indicas. We recommend growing the strain, if you can find it, only if you have some experience to back it up. In terms of the user’s experience level, we also recommend that savvy Indica users only should apply here, as Gruntz can soar up to 32% THC when grown properly.
This smash of fruity skunk is enough to make anyone feel practically weightless in a haze of Gruntz, relaxed nearly to the point of sedation but not sleepy enough to pass out. Depression doesn’t stand a chance against its full-body buzz of earthen candy spice and sour fruit. If you’re lucky enough to get your hands on Zkittlez’s most illustrious child, you should tell us all about your high. If you ever come down, that is.