Need to toke some sweet smoke that’ll help you wind your day down gently? Then pick up an eighth of the Grape God strain (or some concentrate for your dab pen) and let it bless your body and brain. This indica-dominant hybrid of the God Bud and Grapefruit strains will leave you feeling mentally and physically at peace as it lifts your spirits toward the heavens and coaxes your body onto your couch.
Each puff of the Grape God strain will bless your tastebuds with notes of:
Grape God Strain Information
Grape God is about 60% indica and 40% sativa, with a fairly modest THC content of around 17%. This cannabis strain is also pretty low in the CBD department (it contains roughly 0.5%) and isn’t high in any other cannabinoids like CBG, CBN, or CBC.
Like most indica-dominant strains, Grape God delivers a soothing, relaxing, mood-lifting, and pain-relieving high. But rather than smacking you across the face after a few tokes, it’ll gently guide your brain and body where it wants them to go. You’ll feel moderately stoned, physically and mentally at ease, and don’t be surprised if you find yourself nodding off as your high wears on.
Pairs With Music
The Cure — “Just Like Heaven”: After a few tokes of the soothing, elevating Grape God, you might just feel like you’re in heaven. This snappy track will help keep your feet on the ground.
The Temper Trap — “Sweet Disposition”: This captivating indie-pop track might just mirror your temperament after your heavenly high kicks in.
UMI, Yeek — “Lullaby: Soothe yourself into a stupor with this soft, mesmerizing R&B track and a good dose of Grape God.
Pairs With Food
Chocolate: Ancient Mayans considered chocolate the “food of the Gods,” so why not indulge while you enjoy your heavenly high? Or maybe infuse your chocolate with some cannabis and kill two birds with one stone?
Cotton candy grapes: Wanna blow your tastebuds away? Snack on these little balls of deliciousness when the munchies hit. Then, try to wrap your baked brain around how they actually taste like cotton candy.
Roasted grapes with balsamic & thyme on brie crostini: Can’t decide whether you’re craving something savory or sweet? Then make this delightful (and easy!) dish and hit two targets with one arrow.
Pairs With Spirits
Mead: Ancient Greeks dubbed this fermented honey water the “drink of the Gods,” so it seems pretty darn fitting for a sweet strain called Grape God.
Your favorite wine: If it’s made from grapes, it’ll fit the bill (and pair quite nicely with your grapey smoke).
Grape God Summary
If you’re on the hunt for a strain that’ll help you gently wind down your day, you’ll get what you’re looking for with a few tokes of the Grape God strain. If you can’t get your hands on this strain or love it and want to explore other options, consider Blueberry Cookies, God’s Gift, Sour Grape, and Grape Ape. If you need something similar but significantly stronger, keep an eye out for Triple OG.