About Killer Grape
If only all strains were named as straightforward as Killer Grape we’d have a much easier time deciding what to smoke. Crafted by TGA, a name worth knowing if you’re into cannabis, this evenly balanced hybrid brings genetics from both Killer Queen and Querkle. Ideal for afternoons, those with a high tolerance may get away with using this bud in the morning as well.
Killer Grape isn’t quite as killer as you’d think with a THC potency that maxes out at 20%. Nugs are lumpy and resemble pieces of popcorn, however they come in an olive green shade with purple undertones and a fair amount of white crystals. A strong grape smell will instantly hit your nose along with musk and earth, and while these notes do carry over into her flavor, you’ll also experience a spicy herbal quality that tends to make many cough.
Unlike many other strains, Killer Grape starts off with physical effects that are barely noticeable at first. Once you’ve registered that tingles are present, the rest of your high soon kicks in with a euphoric state of mind that infuses a sense of creativity and motivation into your brain. This can be utilized during social activities but also can help you to make a dent in your to-do list at work, so depending on how easily you can focus, this strain may be awesome for that mid-afternoon slump.
Some might describe this strain as offering a gentle strength to medical users, as she’s able to soothe a range of issues without completely knocking you out. Bodily pain including headaches and cramps, as well as other issues like eye pressure, can be alleviated with a few tokes, and stress and depression become a thing of the past as a huge smile erupts on your face. Many users find Killer Grape to impart a serious case of the munchies, so those with appetite issues may want to light up before eating.
TGA has always been known as a home grower’s ally, and they’ve made seeds of Killer Grape available for personal cultivation. While this plant is hearty and great for either indoor or outdoor growth, she does require topping and should be exposed to cooler temperatures at night to allow her purple coloring to shine through. After 7 to 9 weeks of flowering time, individuals will be able to reap a decently sized harvest.
Strains with great flavors and equally great effects can be hard to come by, but Killer Grape had some help with expert breeders by her side. Play around with this bud on the weekends to see how you react, and if all is well, take her for a spin the next time you have a lot of work on your plate. If nothing else, she’ll at least be a great option for your next party.
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