Sour Grape Feminized

Sour Grape is a Grapefruit and Sour Kush hybrid that is indica-dominant. Because of its 18 percent THC content, this drug gives you a fast, long, and powerful high, followed by a relaxing feeling of relaxation. With this well-rounded herb, you’ll have a great time.

Thankfully, these strains are not as harmless as a fruit unless the fruit contains some sort of toxicity. The taste of a strain is not the main decider of how potent its high should be, as it is for all cannabis varieties. There are times when a strain’s sweet and fruity taste hides a powerful high just ready to burst.

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Description

Sour Grape Feminized Strain Specifications

Type: Sativa-dominant
Genetics Parents: Grapefruit x Sour Kush
Flowering Period: 8-10 weeks
Climate: Sunny, Mediterranean
Yield: 500g/m2 indoors/ 500-1000g per plant outdoors
Flavors: Sour, Lemon, Citrus, Grapefruit
THC Level: 18%
CBD Level: 0.01%
Height: 100-150cm
Harvest Period: September
Growing Difficulty: Easy

What are the Flavor and Effects of Sour Grape Feminized Strain?

Although the typical sharp, spicy taste of marijuana is well-loved, a strain of fruity flavors is no less delicious. Sour Grape, for example, has intriguing fruity and fuel tastes that are reminiscent of grapes and diesel. The smoke of Sour Grape is smooth and straightforward on the palate when exhaled, which consumers would undoubtedly enjoy.

The soaring high starts as a headrush, placing consumers in a pleasant and generally invigorated mood almost instantly. This head high is efficient, allowing users to go on with their everyday activities while remaining alert and free of any psychedelic effects. A soothing and calming feeling can gradually creep in as the high continues. On the other hand, this body buzz does not overpower consumers to the extent of couch lock. Instead, consumers will be compelled to rest and may even experience the cravings. Since the strain will stimulate both the mind and the body, it’s a good option for a mid-day pick-me-up or a late-afternoon treat.

What are the Medical Benefits of Sour Grape Feminized Strain?

Sour Grape’s significant surge of positive energy makes it a powerful stress reliever and antidepressant among consumers who are trying to clear their minds of any negative thoughts. Patients who are struggling with certain health conditions that cause them to experience extreme pain and nausea may benefit from the analgesic and sedative properties of Sour Grape to alleviate these symptoms.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Sour Grape Feminized Strain

Another advantage of Sour Grape is that, considering many of the unavoidable side effects of cannabis, the set of adverse reactions that typically accompany it is incredibly manageable. To put it another way, the most common side effect recorded by users is dry mouth. Any of these people may have also noticed symptoms of dry eyes. Dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety are some of the other side effects of the pressure. These symptoms, on the other hand, are uncommon for inexperienced users with a high tolerance.

 How to Grow Sour Grape Feminized Seeds?

There is still very little information available to the public about the strain’s cultivation. Since Sour Grape Feminized seeds do not appear commercially available, potential growers will have to make do with clippings from the actual plant and grow them as clones. The good news is that the plant will live both indoors and out. If the plant is grown outdoors, a Mediterranean climate with average temps between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal. To bring out the purple hues, growers can need to expose the plant to cold temperatures at night during its late vegetative stage. Even if grown indoors, carbon filters should be used inside the grow tents or grow rooms to prevent strong odors’ build-up.

Sour Grape’s exact indoor flowering period is also uncertain. However, it’s worth noting that both of its parent strains have a flowering period of up to 8 to 10 weeks. They’re both heavy yielders as well. So, on that note, Sour Grape is likely to have the same characteristics. The same can be said for the strain’s average yield and outdoor flowering time. The parents of the Sour Grape are harvested in September, and both produce high yields. Prospective growers may use this knowledge to make their estimates.

 

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