Grape Crush Marijuana Strain
The indica genes win out in this hybrid (the exact sativa/indica ratio is unknown), though the sativa keeps the high energized and easy. Grape Crush is a descendant of indica blueberry parents, so its distinct purple coloring and sweet berry flavor are no coincidence. This strain produces a euphoric, lazy sensation with both head and body effects. The high is happy, focused, and occasionally sleepy. Grape Crush is effective as a treatment for anxiety and stress, as well as sleeplessness, chronic pain, and migraine headaches. Dry mouth is fairly common, as are dry eyes and dizziness. Headaches and paranoia are more limited. THC levels can vary considerably in this strain, but available tests peg them at slightly more than 20%. CBD levels, meanwhile, are just 0.28%, not enough to recommend Grape Crush as a treatment for epilepsy or other disorders that respond to CBD. This strain can be found on legal medical markets in California, Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, and Canada. It may appear on the black market in some places, so while it’s relatively popular, it isn’t exactly a staple among patients.