Grape Crush Strain
The Grape Crush Strain (or Grapekrush) is an indica-heavy hybrid strain with just enough sativa to keep the high energizing and smooth. This plant was bred by DJ Short to be an outdoor grower, but with the right TLC, it delivers indoors as well. The strain comes from Blueberry parents and inherited their purple to blue coloring and their namesake berry flavor. Perfect for those who are looking for a late night smoke that wont have you pinned down to the couch.
Unsurprisingly perhaps, Grape Crush’s predominant aroma is of juicy, slightly sour grapes. There’s also a pervasive sweetness that’s so strong as to border on smelling rotten or fermented. Grinding up these distinctive buds releases a hashy and spicy odor that betrays this bud’s Kush roots. Grape Crush burns with a smooth and agreeable smoke when combusted in a pipe or a joint. This smoke tastes herbal and almost tea-like on the exhale. Those toking in public may want to take some precautions, as Grape Crush can be particularly pungent.
Grape Crush’s high builds slowly and make take as many as 15 minutes after users have savored its fruity smoke before revealing its effects. At first, the eyes and temples may begin to tingle and the face flushes slightly. Grape Crush’s high isn’t entirely sleepy and physical — there are discernible mental effects, ranging from a preoccupation with certain ideas and concepts to a trippy distortion in visual or auditory perception.
For the most part, though, Grape Crush will not be helpful in focusing the mind on a mountain of task-based analytical work. Instead, enjoy this fruity bud as a way to daydream, brainstorm, and pore over the mysteries of life. As time passes, waves of relaxation roll gently down from the neck and out through the core and limbs. In this sense, Grape Crush provides a great excuse for kicking back and starting a binge-watching session. When boosting their dosage, smokers should plan on being pinned to the couch for the foreseeable future.
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