Ah, Grape Drink. This refreshing and sweet primarily indica cannabis strain was created as a result of a cross between Kimbo Kush and Grape God. Grape Drink’s THC concentration consistently lands between fifteen and twenty three percent, and it is well regarded for its flavor and its relaxing high.
Grape Drink’s high may take a few minutes to become apparent, beginning with a rush to the head. Saliva may increase as the mind begins to interpret distortions in the senses, including the eys and ears. It is likely that Grape Drink may also cause a case of the giggles and make users quite chatty. Overall, this is not the strain to pick if you need to focus.
Roughly an hour into use, Grape Drink will start to make its effects on the body known, beginning with relaxation that stretches all the way down the spine and into the limbs. This strain is recommended for use late in the day, due to its propensity to create extreme laziness. Medical cannabis patients find that Grape Drink can be very effective in treating symptoms of issues like anxiety, stress and depression, and it can also reduce inflammation, allowing it to treat issues like muscle pain and headaches.