What are the effects of God’s Gift cannabis?
With its divinely intoxicating effects, God’s Gift strain, which contains 90% indica and 10% sativa, just might have agnostics believing in a deity and atheists shifting to agnosticism.
Appearing on the scene in the mid-1990s by way of the best coast of the West Coast, God’s Gift is the result of parent strains OG Kush and Granddaddy Purple being crossed with one another to create this truly special strain.
God’s Gift marijuana seeds can be easily cultivated into plants that contain heavenly high levels of THC that can top out at 27% which may be too strong for those with a low tolerance to THC.
To say that this near-pure indica has deeply relaxing effects is akin to an understatement. That said, before God’s Gift effects have you locked to your couch, its 10% sativa content is enough to raise your spirits to the point that you feel your mood uplifted. In fact, this happy-making strain will initially have you so blissed out that you’re likely to find yourself grinning from ear to ear and giggling with giddiness.
However, don’t mistake its initially rousing effects as meaning that God’s Gift is a good strain for going out and socializing as eventually it will shift to sedating body effects that will have you peacefully drifting off to sleep on your couch.
This indica-dominant strain is so tranquil and mood-elevating in its effects that its potent properties could be described as soothingly transcendent as it relaxes your body and lifts your mind to the realms of feel-good goodness.
What are the therapeutic benefits of God’s Gift cannabis?
As a medical strain, God’s Gift has the potential to serve as an alternative natural remedy in treating various adverse effects related to mental and physical health ailments.
Thanks to its euphorically uplifting, happiness-inducing, and soothing effects, this near-pure inside is considered to be a powerful antidepressant for people who struggle with depression and PTSD. In addition, these same effects are also said to alleviate chronic stress and anxiety.
For medical marijuana patients who are experiencing chronic pain, inflammation, headaches, migraines, joint pain, fibromyalgia, and even symptoms related to multiple sclerosis, God’s Gift has a reputation for providing long-lasting pain relief.
Finally, its potent sedative effects also make this indica an effective chemical-free way to combat insomnia.
What are God’s Gift fragrance and flavor profiles like?
God’s Gift plants give off a distinct and irresistible aroma that smells of earth, spice, and the sweetness of grapes. Perhaps the only “drawback” of its pleasing aroma is that its sweet smell is sure to linger in the room long after you’re done smoking it, making it a far from discrete strain.
As for the taste of God’s Gift, it offers users a delectable array of delicious flavors that taste of berries and earthy hash blended together with its more dominant citrus grape flavors.
How do I grow God’s Gift cannabis seeds?
As a strain that’s highly resistant to disease, God’s Gift is a joy for beginner growers to experienced cultivators to grow. In addition, since Pacific Seed Bank only sells feminized seeds, the chances of ending up with all-female plants are generally 90%.
If you are going to cultivate God’s Gift outside, you will need to do so in a place where the climate is both warm and dry. Also, no matter where you cultivate it, remember that this near-pure indica requires a lot of nutrients in order to properly thrive.
What do God’s Gift cannabis plants look like?
While God’s Gift short and compact plants do produce gorgeous purple nuggets, what really makes its tightly-packed buds stand out is its thick glistening coating of white crystal trichomes.
When to harvest your God’s Gift cannabis plants
Whatever God’s Gift yields may lack in quantity they more than make up for in quality–after all, this potent strain is a one-and-done for many a user.
Grown inside, this indica generally starts its flowering stage in about 8-9 weeks, after which its indoor yield should be about 280 grams per square meter.
Cultivated outdoors, God’s Gift should provide growers with an easily-attained harvest of approximately 300 grams per plant sometime around the middle of October.
Similar cannabis strains to God’s Gift
- OG Kush: this stress-relieving, classic indica-dominant Kush is one of God’s Gift’s parent strains
- Granddaddy Purple: this bone-deep relaxing, old-school pure indica can also claim God’s Gift as one of its offspring
- Grape OX: one more super potent grape-smelling hybrid that also has an indica-to-sativa ratio of 90:10