Grape Stomper Strain Review – Bonza Blog
Sometimes in life, one needs to stomp out the negative vibes to move on. Pulling through, though, is not as easy as it seems for there are challenges to face and withstand. And that is where Grape Stomper comes in.
The original strain is a creation of Gage Green Genetics using Purple Elephant and Chemdawg Sour Diesel. From stories that circulated, it appears that the breeder gave a ‘cut’ to a friend who then sold it to Blue Sky Collective. Unfortunately, as the story goes, the collective renamed it to Sour Grapes and sold it as their own.
On its genetics, Grape Stomper takes on the Sativa heritage of Chemdawg Sour Diesel. As such, the psychedelic effects it induces is sure to help users tune out the ‘sour grapes.’
|Grape Stomper Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||Purple Elephant x Chemdawg Sour Diesel|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||70 / 30|
|THC %||16% to 18%|
|CBD %||0.1% to 0.48%|
|Flowering Period||10 weeks / Mid-October|
|Average Yield||350 g/m2 / 450 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
Enticing as it can be, the smell of sweet berries and grapes fill the room in just one puff. But it is light and will not overwhelm any new user. This cannabis with its blend of earthy undertone is one of the best smelling strains.
Grape Stomper also tickles the taste buds, but in a subtle way. It tastes sweet and spicy that also reminds the user of eating a bowl of grapes.
Grape Stomper is a Sativa-dominant strain which produces a strong cerebral high. It starts off with an uplifting head buzz. Not only does it promote a sense of well-being, but it also leaves users feeling euphoric. Often, the cheerfulness results in being sociable and having bouts of laughter. As such, it makes for an excellent party strain or one used with a group of friends.
Besides enhancing the mood, the strain also fuels creative thoughts. Coupled with a clear head and boost in energy, it motivates users to focus on tasks.
Soon, a tingling sensation spreads from the back of the head down to the body. As it spreads towards the extremities, the physical effects of Grape Stomper soothe muscles. It results in feeling relaxed without sedative-like effects. Of course, that is if users consume only a tiny amount. Otherwise, it may result in a couch-lock.
One of the nice things about Grape Stomper is that the psychedelic high it induces, while intense, is not anywhere near its predecessor Chemdawg Sour Diesel. In other words, it is not likely to lead to a mental buzz so overwhelming in case of overindulgence that it sorts of cripple users.
The sweetness of this cannabis does not excuse itself from some side effects. One common condition is dry mouth. It may also be followed by having red eyes. Of course, these are nothing new to those who have used cannabis in the past as all strains cause such.
Due to the intense head high, it is possible that some people may experience a moment of dizziness. On rare occasions, some people reported feeling a little anxious or paranoid.
Medical Use and Benefits
Other than recreational use, Grape Stomper is also quite a handy strain for medical cannabis users. It may not have a high amount of CBD for it to be used as an effective treatment of seizure or epilepsy, it still has compounds that have pharmacological benefits.
Smoke this strain and let it stomp out those negative vibes inside the head. Grape Stomper is known for its uplifting effects which help ward off stress and depression.
As the relaxing body sensation spreads to all parts of the body, this cannabis with its pain-killing properties helps ease eases muscle spasms, headaches, and other body aches.
Lastly, this potent cannabis helps sleep-deprived individuals by making them feel sleepy. It is but a natural occurrence after a deep state of relaxation. Hence, insomniacs and anyone else needing quality sleep can indeed have a good use for Grape Stomper.
Growing Grape Stomper
Known to have one of the densest buds among all strains, Grape Stomper can really get chunky when fully grown. This cannabis has dark green leaves with beautiful buds covered with lots of trichomes. The orange pistils contrast the purple coloration which resembles that of a grape plant. This hybrid can grow well in both indoors and outdoors without a fuss.
Grape Stomper, if cultivated indoors, prefers a hydroponics setup. Inside the house, one may use the HPS (High-Pressure Sodium) lights in grow tents to facilitate growth. This marijuana plant can grow 90 to 120 centimeters tall. If all is well, its flowering stage is around ten weeks with a yield of around 350 grams per square meter.
Outside, this strain also grows perfectly well. The bloom stage occurs between the second and third week of October with each plant producing up to 450 grams.
Have you grown or used Grape Stomper? 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.