Sweet Deep Grapefruit appeals to lovers of unique Indica-leaning strains. After all, the hybrid does belong in that category. Rather than being compact, its towering height of 10 feet fools many into believing that the herb is actually Sativa dominant. Of course, once its smoke is drawn in and the intense body high begins, the no room for doubt of its abilities disappear.
Information about Sweet Deep Grapefruit:
In crafting such an excellent strain, Dinafem used only two of the world’s best. The first one being Grapefruit, a hybrid known for its delicious flavor, high yields, and mold and cold resistant genes. Blueberry was later added to the mix to intensify its powerful Indica effects and enhance its medicinal value.
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Information about Sweet Deep Grapefruit:
|ORIGIN||Grapefruit and Blueberry|
|EFFECTS||Relaxed – 10|
Sleepy – 5
Happy – 5
Hungry – 5
Euphoric – 1
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10|
Dry eyes – 1
Paranoid – 1
|FRAGRANCE||Grapefruit, blueberry, citrus, sandalwood|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, fruity, sour, berry, grape|
|MEDICAL||Stress – 10|
Pain – 9
Lack of appetite – 2
Insomnia – 2
Depression – 1
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||7 to 9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||Mid to late September|
|PLANT HEIGHT||10 feet|
|THC CONTENT %||12% to 19%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||80%/20%|
|INDOOR YIELD||19 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||28 to 32 ounces per plant|
|GROWTH LEVEL||Easy to grow|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Resistant to mold and fungal diseases|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Sweet Deep Grapefruit is a slow starter with a buildable high. At 12% to 19% THC, users can easily adjust their pace and consumption to suit their level of experience. Still, caution must be exercised. As alluded to earlier, the strain has an onset that does not start until a few minutes later.
The initial effects itself are quite subtle. In fact, only a select few feel the gradual psychedelic high that swarms the user with a rush of euphoria. As it reaches the deepest recesses of the mind, its natural mood enhancing effects leave people feeling happy from within.
For convenience’s sake, users may want to prepare some snacks nearby before the body high begins. With the mental stimulation encouraging a big appetite, some may find themselves hunting for their favorite food once the cravings begin.
In time, the uplifting buzz washes over the body through and through beginning from the temples. Its intensity is obvious in its deeply relaxing effects. In all certainty, users end up glued to their couches. And, as they sink even deeper, some eventually fall asleep.
For this reason, it is best to smoke the bud at night either right before dinner or bedtime to end the day on a good note. Used in the morning, it can cause users to feel a little lazy and lethargic throughout the day.
Sweet Deep Grapefruit smells like a basket of fruits. It combines the aroma of grapefruit and blueberry as well as other citric undertones. Enhancing its scent are undertones of sandalwood that become apparent once the buds are ground.
When its smooth smoke is drawn in, a sweet fruit cocktail washes over the mouth along with a tinge of sourness. On the exhale, a blend of berries and grapes leave a lingering aftertaste on the palate even after the last puff.
Marijuana use always comes with drawbacks. The most common of which is dehydration since cannabinoids often interfere with the production of moisture in the tear ducts and the salivary glands. As such, users likely end up with red eyes and a cottonmouth. Most people often ignore such symptoms due to their mildness. However, beginners who experience a little discomfort may down a few glasses of water before and after the session.
Though paranoia is often associated with Sativas, users may experience it with Indica-leaning strains. Apart from individual tolerance, overconsumption is also a major factor in inducing such a symptom. For this reason, Sweet Deep Grapefruit must always be used in moderation and never in exorbitant amounts.
Stress is a common problem that affects everyone but, in chronic levels, it can drastically reduce the quality of lives of those who suffer from it. Some even end up in the emergency due to heart and breathing problems or deal with the hastened onset of mental illnesses like depression and anxiety. As such, people must take time to destress and relax.
A natural mood-enhancer, Sweet Deep Grapefruit works perfectly in managing stress and depression. Its head high temporarily stabilizes turbulent emotions and calms the fast-paced thoughts of an anxious mind. At the same time, its happy high also encourages self-confidence.
One of the best times to use the strain is right before a meal. After all, the same psychoactive compounds also stimulate a hearty appetite even in those undergoing chemotherapy or diagnosed with anorexia.
Sleep is an important step in the regenerative process. Adequate amount of rest can keep mental conditions in check while helping users deal with their physical pain. Sweet Deep Grapefruit’s sedating effects make it an excellent sleep aid.
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Sweet Deep Grapefruit is a worthy addition to the garden of any home grower. It boasts a vibrant red and deep purple hues that only come about once the bud is exposed to cold temperatures. Although, it remains a stunning sight with its green colors and violet undertones as well.
Though Sweet Deep Grapefruit leans toward Indica, it has the stem of Sativas. Each plant has stalks that grow tall and stretch even further once it hits the flowering period. Grown outdoors, some even reach up to 10 feet. For this reason, the strain’s height must be managed using techniques like early topping, bending, and super cropping. But, for truly limited areas, aspiring growers may opt to shorten the vegetative period.
Apart from its stem, the rest of the plant’s structure is notably Indica. It is sturdy and can withstand problems brought about by humidity such as fungi, mold, and mildew. While it does not mind the cold, it prefers the warm and sunny environment of Mediterranean climates.
Typical of Indica, Sweet Deep Grapefruit has a quick flowering period of 7 to 9 weeks. Once mature, it produces up to 19 ounces of buds per square meter. Applying either the Sea or Screen of Green will encourage better yields though.
In a well-aerated garden exposed to a sunny environment, Sweet Deep Grapefruit yields a massive 28 to 31 ounces of buds per plant once it matures by the second or third week of October. At times, though, it may extend up to the last week of the same month.
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