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Grape Ape

Grape Ape

4.3| 975 Reviews

Strain Highlights

Grape Ape, propagated by Apothecary Genetics and Barney’s Farm, is a mostly indica strain that crosses Mendocino Purps, Skunk, and Afghani. Named for its distinct grape-like smell, this indica is known for providing carefree relaxation that can help soothe pain, stress, and anxiety. Its dense, compact buds are wreathed in deep purple leaves which darken as this indica reaches full maturation following its 7 to 8 week flowering time.



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Strain Attributes

Relaxed
Happy
Sleepy
Euphoric
Uplifted
Pain
Insomnia
Stress
Depression
Lack of Appetite
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Headache
Dizzy
Paranoid

Strain Data

Parents of Grape Ape
Flowering Days
52
Average Height
Short
Outdoor Finish
End of September
Recommendations & Notes
  • Best results with excellent air circulation
  • Clearing lower branches can improve circulation and air flow
  • Grows best in temperatures between 70 to 80°F (21 to 27°C) and at 50% humidity

Flavors

  • 1. Grape
  • 2. Sweet
  • 3. Berry

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“Date: 01-05-12 – Strain – Grape Ape – About – This strain is an Indica dominant hybrid. It is a phenotype (which refers to a trait that is visible to the naked eye, i.e. color, shape, size, etc.) of the famous Grandaddy Purple out of Northern California. This particular phenotype is supposedly a cross of Afghani with Skunk #1 that was created by Apothecary Genetics. It won 1st Place in the 2005 and 2006 G...”

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“I think I found a strain I would actually wanna buy in bulk. I've been looking for a strain like this for day pain for my Fibromyalgia and this did the trick. It relaxed my body and my head but I didn't feel heavy or sedated. I actually felt calmly energetic. But it did also help with sleep as well. I felt clear,calm, happy, and focused.”

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