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Sour Grape

Taste & Smell

  • Fruity
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Calm
  • Happy
  • Hungry
  • Tingly
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth

Pairs Well With

  • Eating
  • Knitting
  • Spa
  • Walking in the City
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Hybrid Strain

The Sour Grape cannabis strain is an evenly-balanced one, known for its sugary, grape flavor, reminiscent of children’s cough syrup. This hybrid comes from crossing the infamous Sativa, Sour Diesel, with the tasty Indica, Grandaddy Purple. A similar Sour Grape strain, made with Grape Ape, is also available from Apothecary Genetics.

Sour Grape is a unique strain, in that it is primarily purple, with bundles of fiery-orange pistils. Only about 10% of the buds’ surface area is made up of green leaves. A coating of trichomes gives the appearance of a white frost on the purple buds.

Like its Sour Diesel parent, Sour Grape is rich in diesel fumes, with undertones of fruity berries. Smoking or vaping this strain releases the rich Sour Grape flavor, triggering flashbacks of childrens’ grape cough syrup as a child. The tasty smoke is smooth and rich, leaving a sweet treat lingering on the palate.

This versatile hybrid has a reputation among users who describe its narcotic-like body buzz and pain-killing effects, making it a popular choice among those suffering from chronic pain, arthritis, cramps, and migraines. This is most likely due to the dominant terpenes, Beta-Myrcene and Alpha-Pinene. These terpenes are often recommended by consumers for their sedative effects and are believed effective in combating pain and inflammation. Sour Grape may not be the best choice for dieters, as users have reported ravenous cravings for food from this strain. The mellow and relaxing high can reportedly boost spirits and improve mood.

If you’re ready to be happy, hungry, and super comfortable, then this tasty hybrid may be the right choice for you.

The Sour Grape cannabis strain is an evenly-balanced one, known for its sugary, grape flavor, reminiscent of children’s cough syrup. This hybrid comes from crossing the infamous Sativa, Sour Diesel, with the tasty Indica, Grandaddy Purple. A similar Sour Grape strain, made with Grape Ape, is…