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Ape diesel seeds

Another finely crafted strain by Colorado growers at Joseph Arthur Botanicals, Sour Ape is an 80/20 indica-dominant hybrid cross between the legendary Sour Diesel and Grape Ape. With fast-acting, long-lasting cerebral effects, Sour Ape is very popular among medical patients. Hints of purple peek through from under a heavy blanket of crystal resin, and its aroma is just as enticing. Sweet fruity flavors soured by pungent diesel notes introduce Sour Ape’s potently uplifting effects.

Another finely crafted strain by Colorado growers at Joseph Arthur Botanicals, Sour Ape is an 80/20 indica-dominant hybrid cross between the legendary Sour Diesel and Grape Ape. With fast-acting, long-lasting cerebral effects, Sour Ape is very popular among medical patients. Hints of purple peek through from under a heavy blanket of crystal resin, and its aroma is just as enticing. Sweet fruity flavors soured by pungent diesel notes introduce Sour Ape’s potently uplifting effects.

Watching Grape Ape while high on Grape Ape? Inception. This indica-heavy strain (a combo of Skunk #1 and Afghani) is actually named for its grape-like smell rather than the fact that it’s reminiscent of the purple-hued primate, and it’s known best for its carefree and relaxing effects.

Ideal for patients looking to treat stress and anxiety, chronic pain, insomnia, and lack of appetite with something all natural. With 21% THC, Grape Ape marijuana isn’t necessarily for first time patients, so go easy on it, or consider microdosing.

Description

Indica-rich Grape Ape marijuana seeds have a fruity flavor and are adept at easing stress and anxiety, chronic pain, and insomnia. This high-THC strain isn’t for the faint of heart, but it is great for most growers!

Grape Ape marijuana is beautiful in the garden, with dense, compact buds paired with deep purple leaves, a color that darkens as the plant matures. After a relatively short flowering period (between 55-65 days), Grape Ape is ready for harvest with indoor gardeners yielding upwards of 600g per plant.