Sour Grape Strain
Sour Grape is named after its sour grape taste, which is not the most pleasant. It is a cross between Granddaddy Purple and Sour Diesel. This is the ideal strain for a quite evening to wind down or to talk to friends in a low-key setting, as it may put you in a low-key mood. Sour Grape is an odd mix between energy and relaxation and users may find themselves going from relaxation to energetic moods during the high. It is unique in that it calms the muscles without completely draining the body of its energy, as is typical of Indicas. It has a varied THC range between 14-24% and has perfectly balanced mental and physical effects. It has a relatively short flowering time and is a 50/50 hybrid with a moderate yield. Sour Grape has small to medium-sized flowers that appear spherical in shape when fully cured. The tiny buds adhere in a dense and heavy Indica structure, with the leaves tightly coiled around central stems. The leaves themselves are a dull, earthy shade of dark green; although many phenotypes boast vibrant streaks of purple.
Why do Patients Use Sour Grape?
Sour Grape is perfect for treating chronic pain, anxiety, nausea, insomnia, and stress. Due to its perfect balance between Indica and Sativa it has a number of different applications. More commonly, its uplift in mood and temperament may allow temporary relief from acute symptoms of anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Sour Grape’s long-lasting, clear-headed focus can even help patients with attention deficit disorders to focus on a single task. Because its cerebral effects are limited, Sour Grape comes with a decreased potential for inciting anxiety or paranoia.
Medical Uses of Sour Grape
Side-Effects of Sour Grape
Information about Sour Grape
50% Indica 50% Sativa
Cross between Granddaddy Purple and Sour Diesel.
Sour Grape has a rating of 9.0 on the stoned meter.
Sour Grape has a THC range between 14-24%.
Approximately 10-11 weeks
Ideal Growing Method
Unknown. Expose to cold nighttime temperatures if looking to bring out Purple hues.
Sour Grape has a moderate yield.
Sour Grape requires moderate growing experience.
Needs a Mediterranean type climate if grown outdoors. Has a very pungent smell from the flowering stage onwards which could cause difficulties.