Sour Grape: A Relaxed Hybrid With A Mouthwatering Taste

Sometimes, you just want something chill. Not to sedative and not to energizing, this Sour Grape offers a nice balance between mind and body effects.

Sep 23, 2017

Sometimes, you just want something chill. Sour Grape is an excellent strain for just about any daytime leisure activity. Not to sedative and not too energizing, this hybrid offers a nice balance between mind and body effects. It’s easy to go for a bike ride or simply relax on the couch with Sour Grape, so long as the doses are kept in moderation. Here’s the scoop on this relaxed grape-scented bud:

Strain details

Sour Grape is a mouthwatering cross between two world-famous cannabis strains, Sour Diesel and Granddaddy Purple. Sour Diesel is one of the most popular sativas in history, featuring a high THC content and a distinct but pleasant fuel-like aroma. Granddaddy Purple is a popular indica strain with purple coloration and a fruit-like scent.

As the name suggests, Sour Grape is a perfect hybrid between the two. This strain tends to express a deep grape-like aroma with plenty of pungency, giving it a true sour grape aroma. While the aroma will vary from sample to sample, this strain tends to produce a sweet and fruity scent backed by a surprising diesel flavor. All in all, this is one delicious and stand-out flower.

Also like both of its parents, this balanced hybrid tends to produce a substantial amount of THC. When grown with expert care, this bud has been known to produce up to 24 percent of the psychoactive.

Sour Grape, however, does not tend to produce high amounts of CBD. This means that this bud has a strong psychoactive kick and is recommended for those who already have some cannabis experience.

Sour Grape is not to be confused with “Sour Grapes”, which is a cross between Sour Diesel and Grape Ape. While the two names are similar, they are considered unique and will have slightly different effects.

The Sour Grape experience

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Sour Grape is a lovely hybrid that is recommended for the afternoon and evening time. This flower has a slight sedative quality, promoting a sense of easy calmness and ease. However, it is not considered sleepy overall. Instead, the strain produces a very happy, uplifting, and easygoing experience.

Perhaps a little creative, this strain often surprises consumers with a zippy and thoughtful head high. Yet, the body effects of this flower tend to creep up as the experience continues on.

The combination makes for a well-rounded cannabis experience, one which allows you to remain clear-headed and amiable without too much sedation or excess energy.

Like any strain, however, Sour Grape does not come without side effect. In higher doses, this plant can cause some dizziness and anxiety. Some consumers even report headaches from this friendly bud. To avoid an uncomfortable experience, it’s best to start slow and work up over time.

Why do people use Sour Grape?

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There’s no doubt about it – Sour Grape is a good strain for just chillin’. This strain would be excellent for activities like a leisurely bike ride or enjoying along with a mug of hot chocolate in front of a fire. It provides a laidback experience that makes it easy to enjoy the company of others, or simply appreciate the present moment.

Medical cannabis consumers often pick up the Sour Grape strain for relief from mental health ailments like anxiety, depression, and chronic stress. Some may even find that this strain is helpful for improving focus and concentration.

In terms of physical ailments, Sour Grape is beloved for its ability to ease a nauseated stomach, inspire hunger, and relieve unwanted pressure and muscle tension. Those with ailments of the eye, such as glaucoma, may also appreciate this relaxing flower. However, it’s important to keep in mind that this bud will likely become more sedative in higher doses.

Sep 23, 2017