Sativa Dominant Hybrid
70% Sativa / 30% Indica
Grape God is a cross between God Bud, an indica, and Grapefruit, a sativa. The sativa genes are dominant, though the exact numbers are hard to come by. The THC content of this useful strain is relatively modest, about 14%, while the CBD content is low, about 0.6%. But the combination of the two, plus the sativa genetics, makes for a focused head high that’s ideal for anxiety and chronic pain. Grape God gets its name from its parents and from its strong, sweet grape smell, with hints of earth. This strain has a bright green appearance flecked with dark strands of gold. The effect is deeply relaxing, making this a good strain for treating PTSD, arthritis, migraines, and mood disorders. It can also help with insomnia and chronic pain. Its low CBD content makes it less effective for patients with seizure disorders, but it’s a great choice for many other patients. Possible side effects include dry mouth and dry eyes, while dizziness is also possible. Grape God is most popular on the legal markets in Colorado and the Pacific Northwest, while it’s also commonly found in Michigan, Arizona, and on the black market.
What is Budder:
Extremely potent concentrates are a result of the cannabis industry growing quicker than ever. With such high-tech advances within the extraction business. As a result newer forms of concentrated THC are quickly emerging. While many concentrates may vary in consistency, colour and other factors. Budder is a concentrate that is familiar to most cannabis users. In fact Budder is a solvent-based THC concentrate. Specifically, another form of Butane Hash Oil or BHO for short.
While it may differ from shatter (another form of BHO) in appearance or consistency. Budder is essentially made through the exact same process as shatter.
The differences between budder and shatter and their consistencies may lie in other elements. or factors such as:
- extraction methods,
- solvents used
- and one of the most important, the purging method.
An Extract identified by its malleable texture that falls apart, or “crumbles,” when handled. Crumble, sometimes called “honeycomb wax,” is quite versatile, and not limited to dabbing.
Some sprinkle the extract over the top of cannabis buds in a bowl, blunt, or joint. The Crumble texture results from elevated temperatures used during the solvent removal process. Also or by whipping the extract under the presence of heat.
How to Smoke Budder:
The options for taking in budder are endless. It is most convenient and worthwhile to
- Sprinkle a little bit of kief into your bong or pipe bowls
- Mix it in with your joints, and then kick back and relax!
More experienced smokers, or those who are familiar with THC concentrates may prefer “dabbing” which is a method that is most ideal or efficient for medicating.