Grimace Strain

Grimace is an indica-dominant hybrid with unknown exact origins, although much speculation points towards it being a direct descendent of other purple strains. This bud flowers into a purple colored plant that will make you think of the iconic cartoon character it was named after.

Grimace is an Indica dominant strain that will remind you of the iconic purple character from a very famous fast food chain. This bud has many purple qualities both visually and in terms of its aroma, which will make you think of said mascot, making sense of why it was named after it.

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This hybrid has unknown genetics, although it is said that its effects are likely to have come from other purple hybrids. Grimace is mysterious in many ways, but is a very reliable plant when it comes to treating a long list of chronic ailments that are difficult to manage, especially when it is used daily.

Information about Grimace:

ORIGINUNKNOWN
EFFECTSrelaxed – 10
sleepy – 8
euphoric – 8
tingly – 7
giggly – 7
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)dizzy – 10
dry mouth – 4
dry eyes – 3
anxious – 1
paranoid – 1
FRAGRANCEearthy, grape, lime, pungent, spicy
FLAVORSearthy, berry, flowery, grape, lime, pine, spicy, sweet
MEDICALstress – 10
insomnia – 10
pain – 9
nausea – 7
depression – 4
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS8-9 weeks
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORSmid October
PLANT HEIGHTTall
THC CONTENT %15%-19%
CBD %1%
INDICA / SATIVA %55% / 55%
INDOOR YIELD12oz/ m2
OUTDOOR YIELD16oz/ plant
CLIMATEwarm and dry outdoor climate
GROWTH LEVELeasy
RESISTANCE TO DISEASEresistant to common molds and mildew

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest

Effects

Grimace has very relaxing effects, causing you to want to kick it back at the end of a long day in order to treat yourself. This strain is an enjoyable hybrid that will make you think and feel more positively about things around you, and cause you to feel light hearted and inspired.

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This plant can make you feel sleepy over time, so if you have plans to stay awake then you should definitely take it easy on the dosage. Grimace can feel so relaxing that your lids may start to feel heavy, as you will sink into a euphoric state of mind that will encourage you to simply daydream.

Grimace Effects
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Grimace can also make your body feel quite tingly from head to toe, as the effects begin to set in. Your good mood will be obvious as you will find yourself giggling at everything around you, finding all sorts of things entertaining and hilarious, even if they aren’t.

Fragrance

Grimace has a very potent smell that will come across as very attractive and enticing. This bud smells earthy and like sweet shocks of grape mixed with sour notes of lime. A pungent spiciness will be noticeable in this bud, which will also translate into its flavors.

Flavors

Grimace will taste sweet and earthy on the inhale, with an obvious berry and grape flavor to it. Its smoke will taste flowery and slightly spicy, and as soon as you exhale it you will notice a sour lime and pine flavor on your lips that may also taste sweet after a while.

Adverse Reaction

Grimace can have some side effects especially for those who are first-time users. This bud can make you feel quite dizzy, which can last you throughout the entire high, making you feel quite uncomfortable, or putting you straight to sleep.

Grimace Adverse Reaction
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This plant may also make your mouth feel dry and do your eyes feel irritated, further enhancing a feeling of dehydration. Some users have also reported to feeling anxious when smoking Grimace, and in some cases this may even come with a mild feeling of paranoia, although this occurs rather rarely.

Medical

Grimace is highly successful as a medical healer, and is recommended for the treatment of many chronic conditions to date. This bud is first and foremost recommended for the treatment of chronic stress, as it can allow patients to feel less burdened by their racing and negative thoughts.

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Patients who suffer from chronic insomnia may also benefit from the regular use of a this soothing hybrid, as it can allow them to fall asleep without delay. Grimace may also help patients who suffer from chronic and eliminate many other causes that may be to blame for this condition and its symptoms.

Grimace Medical
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Grimace can help those who suffer from chronic nausea by eliminating this sickly feeling, which has made it very popular among cancer patients who suffer from nausea as an adverse reaction to chemo. Patients with chronic depression may also benefit from the regular use of this uplifting hybrid strain

Growing

Grimace is easy to grow and can be cultivated by less experienced growers as well as experts. This blood tends to grow into a tall plant, yielding buds with around 15% to 19% THC levels on average.

Flowering Time

Indoors

Grimace grown in doors can be expected to produce a yield of around 12 ounces per square meter. This bud usually takes around 8 to 9 weeks finish flowering before it is ready to be harvested.

Outdoors

Grimace growing in an outdoor setting can produce a yield of around 16 ounces per plant. This strain should be ready for a generous harvest around the middle of October on average.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own Grimace? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

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Robert Bergman

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