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Grenadine can be added to any drink to make it sweet much like the Grenadine strain can be a sweet addition to any bowl. The potency of the strain is immense though so understand this before consuming. You might drift off to sleep if you consume too much of this strain.

Sweet strains are all of the rage especially when they come with massive potency. Seed breeders like Cookies Fam keep their genetics private and seeds are almost impossible to get for certain strains.

Below will be all you need to know about Grenadine in its cannabis form.

Lineage Of The Grenadine Marijuana Strain

Is Grenadine strain an indica or sativa?

Grenadine is a 70/30 indica-dominant hybrid of Miley Cyrus and Karmarado. If you want a happy high then this strain is for you. The added physical relaxation makes it a balanced high so many consumers will love.  

Miley Cyrus is going to be very potent and have a taste of cookies. The potency could be too much for new smokers so be careful. This strain truly shows how great genetics in cannabis have become. 

Karmarado is going to let you relax and enjoy a decent case of the munchies. The potency is reasonable at a little under 20 percent THC. Medical patients have found this strain to be great for addressing inflammation.

Yield You Can Expect From The Grenadine Pot Strain

Growing Grenadine is going to be rather difficult so it should be reserved for those with growing experience. The yield is rather large so a few mistakes won’t leave you with almost zero yield.

Indoors you can expect up to 2 ozs. per square foot. Outdoors you can expect over a pound a plant during harvest if the growing process went smoothly.

Large yields combined with potency gives a grower the most return on their investment. Growing marijuana can be expensive when you purchase seeds, nutrients, soil, and curing equipment.

Flowering Phase Length Of The Grenadine Weed Strain

The flowering phase lasts 6 to 8 weeks which is relatively short. The look of this weed is definitely a selling point as it has amber hairs and trichomes that cover dark green nugs.

Harvesting too late can lead to a negative impact on the potency on the plant. Harvesting too early can lead to a difference in effects. Research signs of when you should harvest a particular strain as there might be some telling signs you can easily see.

THC Content Of Grenadine Weed

Grenadine is going to be relatively potent with a range of 18 to 24 percent THC. The high is beautiful as your mind will be uplifted as your body slowly relaxes.

Flavor And Aroma Of Grenadine

The flavor is very sweet of fruit and cherry. The aroma is nearly identical and is of berries/fruit. Look for the terpenes Valencene, Geraniol, and Ocimene to be present in this strain.

Valencene is named after Valencia Oranges which is a great description for the taste and aroma of this terpene. People suffering might find relief from this terp while enjoying the flavor. Strains that have this terpene are Dragon Fruit and Alien Rock Candy.

Geraniol has a beautiful aroma and taste of roses/fruit. Purple Punch and Kimbo Kush both contain this terpene which is rather rare. The terpene has even been shown to inhibit growth in cancer cells.

Ocimene has a sweet taste and aroma of wood. You might find that you are energized when this terp is in a strain you smoke. Strains that have this terpene at high levels are Ice Cream Cake and White Runtz.

Medical Conditions This Marijuana Strain Can Help

Finding that weed can help you medically might come as a shock to some. Grenadine can help with the medical conditions below:

  • Appetite Loss
  • Chronic Pain
  • Depression
  • Headaches
  • Migraines

The CBD content is low in this strain but this can be easily supplemented with flower, gummies, or oil. Don’t discount the medical benefits of THC either as it can help with so much medically.

Grenadine Strain Seeds

Finding Grenadine strain seeds online is possible. Cannabis seeds are illegal to ship federally although some seed banks still ship them regardless. There are other options that you can use to find quality seeds that have great genetics. 

The local dispensary that you go to might have connections to get quality seeds. These places work with commercial growers that could have access to the best seeds available. A nursery could be a great place to visit if you want a clone or clipping.

Price Of Grenadine Flower

Grenadine is going to be quite expensive at up to $300 per ounce. The rarity of the strain likely impacts the price with 1/8th of an oz. costing up to $70. Local taxes and laws will likely impact the price as taxes in states like California are incredibly high.

Looking online at various dispensaries can help you save money if you prefer to have your weed delivered. Inventories can change daily although there might be some deals that are only available inside of the dispensary.

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Final Thoughts On The Grenadine Weed Strain

Grenadine is a sweet strain that can act as a way to unwind. Getting rid of those aches after a long day is something this strain can deliver on. Investing in seeds or flower of this strain could result in your finding your favorite strain to end the day.  

Growing marijuana can be tricky depending on the environment you can create. You cannot control the weather so pick strains that thrive in your environment. The durability of plants can be very important if you are not the most detail-oriented grower.  

Grenadine is named after a favorite additive to an alcoholic drink. White Russian is another strain named after a drink. Zprite is another so maybe you can mix this with Grenadine for a virgin Shirley Temple. What is your favorite strain named after a drink or food item?

Gavin Kushman. Cannabis strain writer in a cannabis garden
Gavin Kushman

Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.

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