Grapefruit is a potent sativa marijuana strain made through a cross of Cinderella 99. The effects of Grapefruit are energizing and produce feelings of happiness. This strain features a tropical flavor profile and citrus aroma. Medical marijuana patients choose GF to help relieve symptoms associated with stress, anxiety and migraines.
Grapefruit is a potent sativa marijuana strain made through a cross of Cinderella 99. The effects of Grapefruit are energizing and produce feelings of happiness. This strain features a tropical flavor profile and citrus aroma. Medical marijuana patients choose Grapefruit to help relieve symptoms associated with stress, anxiety and migraines.
The strain is every bit as sour and tantalizing as the juicy and pink citrus fruit for which it was named. It offers a modest dosage of THC, and offers its users a very spacy and relaxed high. After the cerebral high wears off, you will get a boost of energy, so it’s perfect as a wake and bake strain. As we mentioned above, the Grapefruit weed strain is a Sativa-dominant (70%) hybrid. It is a cross of an unknown Thai Sativa and Cinderella 99.
The identity of the breeder is unknown, but we do know that this strain was exceedingly popular at the beginning of the 21st century. The GF marijuana strain offers a powerful citrus scent. You really get sour grapefruit notes that hit the nostrils with a delightful burst of acidity that makes your mouth water. You may need to concentrate a little to also get the subtle earthy and skunky scent, but it is worth waiting for.
If you enjoy the bitter taste of grapefruit, you will adore this strain! While other well-known citrus strains such as Tangie provide you with a sugary, zesty taste, Grapefruit offers sour and acidic notes. Weed smokers know that an earthy flavor is a certainty no matter the strain, but with Grapefruit, the sour flavor cuts out the ashy taste. The sides of your tongue will be assaulted by the juicy, sour flavor which is capped out with a taste best described as spicy tea.
When you have Grapefruit nugs, you should notice their fluffy calyxes and buds shaped like cones. The nugs aren’t particularly dense, and this weed has a light green color with peach pistils and on rare occasions, a hint of purple.
This is a versatile plant, and when you have Grapefruit strain seeds in your hand, you have the option to grow the weed indoors, outdoors, or in a greenhouse. If you decide to grow it outdoors, make sure your crop is exposed to a warm and humid setting akin to a Mediterranean climate. Outdoors, Grapefruit can yield around 25 ounces per plant and could be ready for harvest by late September.