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Super frosty!!Though generic versions of Grape Gas exist, sources say the original comes from a collaboration between Cannarado Genetics and Compound Genetics. The two renowned breeders developed the Grape Gas cannabis strain using two grade A cultivars from their own stock: Grape Pie and Jet Fuel Gelato.Colorado-based Cannarado Genetics created Grape Pie by combining Cherry Pie and Grape Stomper. It’s an indica-dominant (70:30) hybrid with a mid-to-high THC content of around 20%. Grape Pie delivers a super chilled body buzz, euphoric head highs, and a sweet and spicy flavor. It’s relatively easy to grow, although it prefers warmer Mediterranean climates. Jet Fuel Gelato from Portland-based Compound Genetics comes from a cross between Jet Fuel and High Octane. It’s a balanced hybrid with high levels of THC (around 23%) and powerful effects to match. The high comes on hard and fast with a focused, uplifted buzz.When comparing Grape Gas strain prices, double-check the genetics, as some cultivars with this name have different parents from the original. One such cultivar crosses The Truth with a blend of OG Chem and Granddaddy Purple. And be careful not to mistake it for Grape Gas #7, a hybrid from True Canna Genetics with a very different lineage.Grape Gas strain attributes:ORIGINGrape Pie, Jet Fuel GelatoEFFECTSRelaxation, energy, euphoricFLAVORSSweet berry, dieselADVERSE REACTIONSDry, red eyes, cottonmouthMEDICALPain, insomnia, appetiteFLOWERING TIME60 – 70 daysHARVEST TIMEMid OctoberTHC CONTENT %18% – 22%INDICA/SATIVA %50% – 50%INDOOR YIELD8-24 oz (Photoperiod)1.7-4.2 oz (Autoflower)OUTDOOR YIELD16-64 oz (Photoperiod)1.7-7 oz (Autoflower)CLIMATEWarmGROWTH LEVELEasyIs Grape Gas strain indica or sativa?The Grape Gas cannabis strain takes after its Jet Fuel Gelato parent, with no lean toward sativa or indica. This evenly balanced hybrid’s effects work equally on your mind and body, leaving you happy and relaxed.

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