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Grapefruit Feminized Marijuana Seeds

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The Grapefruit Feminized cannabis is known for its terpene profile, which is boosted by its unnamed fruity sativa landrace parent strain. Another popular sativa dominant hybrid, the Cinderella 99 variant, was crossed to the sativa landrace to produce this sativa leaning variety, which will be able to deliver various cerebral effects.

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Grapefruit Feminized Strain Specifications

Type: Sativa dominant hybrid, Feminized
Genetics Parents: Cinderella 99 x Sativa landrace
Flowering Period: 8 – 10 weeks
Climate: Continental, Mediterranean, Sunny, Temperate
Yield: 300 – 400 g/m2 – indoor | 350 – 450 g/plant – outdoor
Flavors: Citrus, Fruity, Lime, Sweet, Tropical
THC Level: 15% – 20%
CBD Level: 0.7%
Height: 60 cm – 70 cm
Harvest Period: October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate

What are the Flavor and Effects of Grapefruit Feminized?

Smokers can already expect that the Grapefruit Feminized strain has a mouthwatering terpene profile. With sweet, citrusy, and subtropical fruit flavors, like lime, bursting in your mouth, which will remind you where its name was derived from, you will definitely be craving for more.

This weed has a THC level that ranges between 15% and 20%, so its effects can get pretty intense. It enhances the focus and creativity of the tokers, which is excellent when they need to accomplish their tasks at hand, may it be an artistic chore or not. Since this is not a pure sativa strain, indica genes can also be found. As a result, smokers will also be able to experience a relaxing body buzz.

What are the Medical Benefits of Grapefruit Feminized?

The Grapefruit Feminized marijuana is also popular among medical tokers. This Mary Jane has the ability to stimulate the brain and ban negative ideas from entering the mind while under its influence. These pessimistic thoughts will be replaced by a bright and positive outlook, which is beneficial for those who suffer from anxiety, depression, and stress. In addition, it has analgesic properties that many use for relieving aches, discomforts, fatigue, and inflammation. When your mind and body are both calm already, it becomes easier to fall asleep, so even the insomniacs will find this ganja beneficial.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Grapefruit Feminized

It is true that the feminized Grapefruit cannabis has plenty to offer. However, it does not mean that it does not have unwanted side effects. Like most weeds, this variant can cause dry mouth and dry eyes. Luckily, these are minor discomforts only, which can be driven away easily by keeping yourself hydrated. Take in a lot of water and apply eye drops when necessary.
There is a slim chance that smokers will suffer from serious side effects, but be wary of slight headaches and paranoia. Over smoking may lead to these, so always keep your dosage in check.

How to Grow Grapefruit Feminized?

The Grapefruit Feminized plant is not exactly an easy strain to grow, but beginner cultivators can still grow them. However, they may find it challenging to nurture this herb. With a manageable height that ranges between 60 and 70 centimeters, this can be grown indoors and outdoors. When it is planted outside, it will appreciate it if it will receive plenty of sunlight. On the other hand, when you choose to sow it indoors, the humidity level and temperature should be regulated. Luckily, regulating these are not complicated. As it grows, the buds will have a strong smell. A proper ventilation device will be needed to control its pungent aroma.

After 8 to 10 weeks of flowering indoors, growers can expect to have a harvest that ranges between 300 to 400 grams per square meter. When planted outdoors, its buds will be ready for collection by October, and the gathered buds can weigh up to 450 grams per plant.

1 review for Grapefruit Feminized Marijuana Seeds

  1. Avatar for Byron H.

    Byron H.

    It smells a lot like grapefruit, which I like a lot! Aside from being tasty, its pain-killing effect is superb; it really helped me with my migraine. I had to keep an eye on this plant though because it is prone to molds. Anyway, despite demanding time and attention, I was able to enjoy its decent yield. Highly recommended for experienced cultivators.

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