God’s Gift Strain Review
In 2005, a potent Indica-dominant strain came into being, and it indeed is God’s Gift to humanity. An offspring of OG Kush and Granddaddy Purple, this marijuana wonder is noted for alleviating pain. Though its breeders are unknown, its two parent strains are among the most remarkable in the cannabis world.
God’s Gift is quite famous in California. It is also known for its high potency and heavy-hitting Indica traits. Clearly, this is a trait inherited from both OG Kush and Granddaddy Purple. As such, not only does it help alleviate all sorts of body pain, this cannabis is also perfect for night time use.
|God’s Gift Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||OG Kush x Granddaddy Purple|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||10 / 90|
|THC %||15% to 25%|
|CBD %||0.4% to 1.46%|
|Flowering Period||8 to 9 weeks / Mid-October|
|Average Yield||300 g/m2 / 300 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
Regardless of religious beliefs, God’s Gift gives off a refreshing scent that will make any user thankful for the Supreme Being’s blessings. It has a mix of berry, lemon and citrus aroma that encapsulates the nostrils after a few puffs. A distinct grape scent also comes into play with an earthy undertone. Its sweetness tickles the senses and lingers inside an enclosed room for a period.
Think of a healthy and delicious Acai bowl with lots of berries and citrus fruits. That fruitiness makes smoking this strain such a pleasure and often make users come back for more.
What most users love about God’s Gift is that the effects come in an instant. It starts off with a full-bodied feeling of happiness all over. Users feel bubbly and become very talkative once smoking with good friends. Of course, that is until the Indica traits creep into the body.
Once the physical effects become evident, it puts users into a state of bliss. It does so without likely causing couch-lock or lethargy. However, use a little too much, and it can put users away.
One of the traits that users have come to love is that it does not cause the mind to go on a psychedelic trip. It does not induce a heavy buzzing that can be overwhelming. Instead, it puts people in deep thought that has a dream-like feel thanks to its Granddaddy Purple heritage.
This Indica-dominant strain will usually make user’s eyes and mouth feeling dry. There are also other possible reactions such as heaving a mild headache or feeling dizzy. Some people may feel a little bit paranoid. In most cases, the symptoms of these conditions become more pronounced if users smoke too much.
God’s Gift is best used in moderate amounts to minimize the rare and possibly uncomfortable effects that come along.
Medical Use and Benefits
Aside from seeking divine intervention, there are other ways of being relieved from discomforts. God’s Gift is blessed to have medical uses that make it a highly sought-after strain in the medical cannabis community.
Among its most notable uses is in its mood-enhancing properties at the onset and followed by the body relaxation which benefits people with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety and depression. By uplifting the mood, it also helps in reducing or eliminating stress.
God’s Gift also has potent analgesic properties that help provide comfort from arthritis, muscle spasms, multiple sclerosis, cancer and Parkinson’s disease. It also alleviates headaches and migraines.
Besides acting as a pain-killer, this cannabis also works fast with its sedative-like properties in inducing drowsiness. As most people end up sleeping, that makes it excellent for night time use. Moreover, it could also be the insomniac’s new best friend.
One thing that it does during the come down is that it causes users to feel hungry. Depending on how much one uses, some may be able to get up and eat some food while others may be too unwilling to move. In that case, they only fall asleep and wake up starving the next day. At any rate, that can make this strain an excellent appetite stimulant.
Growing God’s Gift
Since God’s Gift is such an enjoyable strain, many users love to know how to cultivate it for maximum production. This beautiful marijuana plant has dense purple buds covered with frosty crystals and orange trichomes that makes it a looker.
It is good to know that growing it is relatively easy, even for a beginner. All it requires is a little care and attention. It is not a tall plant and, on average, can reach up to only 120 cm. Growers may need to support its stems and branches, though, due to the weight of its buds.
Grown indoors, it adapts well to Light-Stress Training. It has a flowering time that falls between 8 to 9 weeks. Taken care of properly, each square meter should have a yield of around 300 grams.
Have you grown or used God’s Gift? If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.