Grape Stomper marijuana once went by the name “Sour Grape”, but that original title did little to express the happiness and euphoria provided by a toke of this sativa-dominant hybrid that can make a good time better.
With a hefty dose of THC (this strain can reach up to 26% at its height), Grape Stomper literally stomps out feelings of sadness, stress, and depression. Its fast-acting cerebral effects are uplifting and blissful, with a gentle nod at sedation once the indica genetics kick in. The flavor, predominantly sweet like berries with undertones of sour earth, is beloved among patients who need to banish chronic stress and depression from their lives, or those hoping to naturally cope with chronic pains and muscle spasms.
Indoors or out, Grape Stomper marijuana seeds will thrive in either condition, producing fat, dense nugs in brilliant shades of bright green and purple, accented by twisted orange pistils and delicate, cannabinoid-rich crystals. Preferring a hydroponic set up (which may help to preserve the complexity and brightness of its flavor), Grape Stomper should be ready for harvest after roughly 8-9 weeks spent in the flowering phase, offering up an average to above-average yield of fine, fragrant marijuana for your personal stash.