God’s Gift Strain
LINEAGE: Grandaddy Purple x OG Kush
THC: 10% CBD: .54%
APPEARANCE: God’s Gift weed is as the name would entail a very beautiful strain. It has an abundance of radiant orange hairs and beautiful purple buds.
SMELL: Fruity and piney.
TASTE: God’s Gift has a great grape and citrus taste, with a nice piney aftertaste.
BEST FOR TREATING: Pain, Stress, and Insomnia.
CREATED FEELINGS: God’s Gift Strain is a great well balanced and relaxing high. You will feel a little head rush, but will also be graced with a relaxing body high.
DURATION: The high ranges from 1.5 to 3 hours
SIMILAR STRAINS: OG Kush, Irene Kush, and Afghan Kush.
Medical Benefits of God’s Gift
Apart from a powerful sleep aid, God’s Gift is often popular for pain management. The effects may be comfortable, pleasant, and upbeat, but this strain doesn’t skimp as a painkiller. Those hoping to avoid nighttime pain might be particularly attracted to this bud. Though, God’s Gift is also a great daytime selection if you plan on hanging around at home.
As with many cannabis strains, this bud is also popular among patients with chronic stress and depression. Those hoping to take advantage of the more giggly and uplifting side of this strain may want to stick to microdosing.
In lower doses, the God’s Gift strain is less sedative and more silly. If microdosing isn’t your thing, low-temperature vaporization will also do the trick.
Patients with severe medical conditions tend to like this strain.
- Those with cancer, Parkinson’s, and multiple sclerosis often find quality nighttime relief from God’s Gift
- These medicinal qualities are complemented by a pleasant yet pungent berry aroma with hints of cool lemon that can lead to a real sense of mental uplift
- Symptoms of PMS, inflammation and other pain are often soothed by this strain
Possible Side Effects of God’s Gift:
As with all cannabis strains, some minimal adverse effects do exist, with some marijuana types possessing more serious ones than others. Overall, God’s Gift strains has relatively few and minor side effects, but it does also contain a high THC content, which can lead to some less pleasant occurrences. For example, in high doses, THC can produce dizziness, dehydration, and paranoia amongst some consumers. The paranoia is most common amongst those who have a history of mood disorders or are diagnosed with anxiety, as well as those who generally feel quite stressed and worrisome frequently.
For these specific individuals, it is best to start slow with these more potent strains, and build up once feeling comfortable and at ease.
If you know yourself and you tend to react negatively to potent marijuana types, then it is best to avoid a strain like God’s Gift strains altogether. Consider instead opting for an option with a higher CBD content and a lower THC content, for example, ACDC, Cannatonic, Ringo’s Gift, etc. For most people, these more serious adverse effects should not be a real cause for concern, because they are rather rare.
Most frequently, God’s Gift strains causes cottonmouth (dry mouth) and dry eyes. Both are easily manageable with a little extra preparation and planning. By consuming plenty of water before, during and after your high, you can relieve dry mouth. Headaches, dehydration and post-high grogginess are also less likely to arise. By purchasing a bottle of moisturizing eye drops from your local drug store or pharmacy in advance, dry eyes can also become a thing of the past.