Sour Grape Strain
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
For cannabis enthusiasts, there’s nothing better than a nice sour grape vape. Sour Grape delivers on this promise with its pungent hybrid cross between Sour Diesel and Granddaddy Purple. It originated around 2005 in Pennsylvania and received immediate recognition for its grapelike aroma and purple coloration.
Sour Diesel is known for producing an invigorating cerebral effect that lifts moods and relieves stress. It promotes cerebral effects that include euphoria, happiness, and creativity. Medical marijuana patients can use this strain to treat chronic pain, anxiety, stress, and muscle spasms.
The adverse effects of Sour Grape are mild and include dry mouth, red eyes, and paranoia. However, the strain’s mild effects make it a good choice for novice cannabis consumers. The THC level of Sour Grapes is between 19 and 23%. Depending on the dosage, this strain can cause varying effects that range from tension release to sedation.
This strain’s aromas are sour, earthy, and grape-like, with hints of fuel. Its terpene profile is also diesel-like, with a pleasing citrus flavor that will leave you wanting more after each exhale. Growing this strain is straightforward with its moderate amount of necessary nutrients.
In addition, it is resistant to bugs, mold, and mildew. It will yield you up to 500 grams per square meter if grown properly and ready for harvest in roughly 6 to 8 weeks. Sour Grape can grow just about anywhere outdoors but is most successful when grown in a warm, dry climate with full sunlight. Indoor planting is possible, but it will take longer to mature.