Grapefruit is a Sativa marijuana strain with above average THC levels. Often used to relieve stress, this upbeat strain will leave marijuana enthusiasts feeling happy and energetic.
Grapefruit is an upbeat Sativa cross that stems from Cinderella 99. While the effects of this marijuana strain are overwhelmingly euphoric, new cannabis consumers should proceed with caution. This strain can produce THC levels as high as 25%.
Grapefruit is a Sativa-dominant hybrid cross between Cinderella 99 and an unknown Sativa. The latter strain is supposedly where this fruity bud inherited its signature citrus flavor. Cinderella 99 is an upbeat hybrid with strong Sativa-dominant effects. The THC content in this strain is high, ranging from 20 to 25%.
This herb’s experience is overwhelmingly cerebral. In true Sativa form, this strain inspires a happy, uplifting mood. Great for daytime use, this strain provides a similar mental energy to a cup coffee. In large quantities, marijuana consumers may find the experience a little dizziness. Though, Grapefruit is not commonly associated with the raciness or anxiety caused by some pure Sativas.
It doesn’t take a marijuana connoisseur to pinpoint the primary flavor of this strain. With all the sour citrus taste of a grapefruit, this strain is just as good a way to start the day as it’s namesake. While the aroma is much the same, there is a pungent element to it that most weed consumers don’t note in the taste.
This strain’s seeds, available from many different breeders, produce incredible dense nugs. Marijuana enthusiasts will be taken aback by this strains lime green leaves, which are knotted up with deep orange pistils and coated in a generous heaping of trichomes.
Due to its energetic experience, this strain is an excellent daytime option for medical marijuana consumers.