God’s Gift

OG Kush
Granddaddy Purple
We're lucky to be graced with God's Gift. Regardless of your spiritual beliefs, you'll feel blessed after a few puffs of this powerful indica. This strain is great for severe pain or for those that need help winding down in the evening.

The original breeders behind God's Gift are a bit a mystery, but it's lucky that this strain somehow made it into the hands of growers. California-born, God's Gift entered the scene in 1995. A cross between Granddaddy Purple and OG Kush, this potent strain is an excellent painkiller.

With THC levels hovering between 18% and 22%, it's not surprising that those with chronic pain conditions find relief with God's Gift. The high from this strain is quite unique. Strong indica lineage provides a fast-acting, full body sensation. Yet, many users can also expect to feel talkative, giggly, and all around happy.

In this sense, God's Gift provides all of the physical sensations of an indica. But, many find that they still have plenty of mental wherewithal to enjoy good company. Patients with severe medical conditions tend to like this strain. Those with cancer, Parkinson's, and multiple sclerosis often find quality nighttime relief from God's Gift. These medicinal qualities are complemented by a pleasant yet pungent berry aroma with hints of cool lemon.


Pain Relief



Flowering Period

60 to 65 days

Average Yield

Moderate: (actual yield N/A)

Outdoor Harvest Date

Mid October

Average Height

Short: 4 feet

Growing Tips

Expect some nice, purple buds from this indica. Though, you'll need to do some light stress training (LST) with this squatty strain. Flowers may need a little extra support. Indoors, God's Gift likes to suck up nutrients. So, make sure to give her plenty of food. Expect the flowers from this strain to bulk out toward the last few days before harvest.


Bellevue, Washington
Everett, Washington
Seattle, Washington
Spokane, Washington
Spokane Valley, Washington
Tacoma, Washington
Vancouver, Washington
Portland, Oregon
Los Angeles, California

Grow Difficulty


Food Pairing

This strain has hints of sweetness with plenty of robust pungency. Pair God's Gift with something like a stir fry that uses plenty of greens, garlic, and fish sauce.

May Help

Lack Of Appetite
Multiple Sclerosis
Muscle Spasms


Caryophyllene - Pepper
Humulene - Hops
Myrcene - Musk, mango
Terpinolene - Wood

Negative Effect(s)

Dry Eyes
Dry Mouth
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