Grape Jelly is a indica-leaning hybrid with undeniable bag appeal. This strain is a cross between resinous OG Glue and the NYC Diesel-derived Sweet Purple D. Boasting a mouthwatering fruity flavor and a surprisingly well-balanced high, Grape Jelly may win over indica and sativa lovers alike. Its THC content has been measured at between 18% and 28%.
Grape Jelly is marked by large flowers that adhere in a conical formation, tapering down from a broad base into a pointed tip. The internal makeup of these chunky buds shows a clear indica influence, with leaves twisting tightly inward toward to form a solid core. The leaves themselves are a dappled mix of sage green and dark purple; curly, rust-colored pistils make these colorful buds even more eye-catching. Finally, parent strain OG Glue passes on its propensity for high trichome production, resulting in a thick coating of dewy white trichomes.
As you might expect, a first whiff of Grape Jelly’s flowers will pick up on distinct notes of grape. On closer inspection, this sweet aroma may be undercut by some sour, skunky odors. Grinding up or breaking apart these flowers, meanwhile, may yield some diesel-like fumes. When it’s combusted in a pipe or a joint, Grape Jelly burns with a pleasant-smelling smoke that may nevertheless irritate the consumer’s palate or sinuses. This smoke carries a unique flavor of grape-tinged gasoline on the exhale.
A fruity, enjoyable smoke, Grape Jelly is right at home in a variety of settings. It’s as enjoyable to toke alone as it is to share with friends.
|Typical Effects||Common Usage||THC Content|
|Focused 10%||A loss of Appetite 30%||Highest Test 28%|
|Relaxed 30%||Depression 40%||Strain Average 23%|
|Social 20%||Stress 10%||Hydrid Average 13%|
|Sedated 50%||Pain 50%||Wikileaf Average 18%|
|Euphoric 40%||ADHD Symptoms 20%||Wikileaf Average 35%|