GRAPE APE STRAIN

GRAPE APE CANNABIS STRAINSEverything there is to know about this potent strain.
PARENT STRAINSAfghani landrace and Mendocino Purps Skunk #1
FULL EFFECTSHead high | couch lock | body buzz
SMELLKool-Aid | musky | skunky
TERPENE PROFILEB-caryophyllene | Terpinolene
TASTEBerry | sweet grape | floral | candy
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS7-8 weeks
HARVEST TIME OUTDOORSLate September to early October
THC CONTENT %18%-23%
CBD LEVELS0.20%
INDICA / SATIVA90% / 10%
INDOOR YIELD16 oz/ m2
OUTDOOR YIELD28 oz per plant
GROWTH DIFFICULTYEasy to grow
SIMILAR STRAINSGranddaddy purple

GRAPE APE STRAIN REVIEW:

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WHAT STRAIN IS GRAPE APE?

Grape ape is an indica dominant hybrid marijuana strain (90%Indica/10%Sativa) with high THC levels and low CBD content. Purple strains were made popular in Colorado and the Pacific North West. This ultra potent strain is a winner of four top awards, including first place at two consecutive Green Cups in 2005 and 2006, and first Concentrate at High Times Medical Cup in 2011. Grape ape tastes great and goes well after a stressful day as a nighttime strain.

GRAPE APE STRAIN INFO:

  • indica dominant hybrid strain
  • 90% indica / 10% sativa
  • 18 – 23 THC percentage
  • CBD 1%

GRAPE APE STRAIN GENETICS:

The lineage is said to be a cross between afghani landrace x mendo purps skunk #1 landrace strains. This cannabis strain created by Bret Bogue of Apothecary Genetics on the west coast.

  • afghani x mendo purps skunk #1 strains

APPEARENCE:

Produces large dense bud with yellow and purple leaves. Some phenotypes show traces of deep purple hues, with copper pistils throughout. The deep green sugar leafs are covered with vibrant white crystal trichomes.

TASTE:

Grape flavor is as much a part of the experience as its strong effects. It tastes like sweet grapes and earth especially overpowering on exhale. Some detect sweet notes of floral and sweet candy that mixes with berries and kool aid undertones.

SMELL:

Strain grape ape weed properly cured nugs have a super pungent and prominent smell. Grape and musky fragrance that is accented by skunky undertones. Known for the hints of lemon and a general grape aroma. Reviewed as having an oder that is reminiscent of kool aid and pine. If you don’t mind the fruity grape smell then you will love this strain.

GRAPE APE STRAIN EFFECTS:

Experienced smokers are quickly struck with a sense of physical heaviness both body and head that may be disorienting in situations that require sense of mobility and or coordination. A mix of happiness and joy inducing a sense of calm and focus. Considered one of the most uplifting indica strains allowing consumers to feel more focused. Famous for providing a palpable sense of both mental and physical relaxation, easing consumers into a spacey calmness. Effects hit even the most experienced smokers with early heady effects that blend with heavy buzz that begins with euphoria followed by serious couch lock. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effects, so have some eye drops and drinks ready.

MEDICAL BENEFITS:

Medical marijuana is known to relieve symptoms associated with anxiety and depression. Reviewed as a best strain for bipolar disorder and chronic pain. In fact, many patients turn to this strain to ease muscle spasms and soreness. These are suggestions and are not intended as professional medical advice.

MEDICAL CONDITIONS:

  • Chronic Stress
  • Pain Relief
  • Appetite Loss

GRAPE APE STRAIN GROW INFO:

Plants can be grown indoors and outdoors, mostly having a flowering period of approximately 7-8 weeks, with outdoor harvest time coming in middle September to early October. This indica strain is grown outdoors due to its short stature with plants reaching around 4 to 5 feet and yielding an above average crop. The indica genetics are obvious when you grape ape grow with an indoor yield of 16 ounces per square meter and outdoor yield of up to 28 ounces or more per plant.

GRAPE APE STRAIN YIELD:

  • indoor yield is 16 ounces per square meter
  • outdoor yield is 28 ounces per plant

We advise consulting the cannabis community for more grow tips.

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