God’s gift cannabis
The strain is not a good taste. I don’t know any other way to put it. A relative said the first word that came to their mind when they smoked it was “port-a-potty”. And I didn’t underpay for it either- it was dense, resinous and definitely a vigorous plant. It has neither of its parents good qualities in terms of flavor. But- the medicinal effect is inoffensive and very soothing.
The Name Say’s it All.. The cut I got was a True Cure All.. Appitite,Pain and a Couch Locker lol
Church 1GM CART 82% THC pure sweetness and immediately mind relaxed flowing to body numbing. Helps neuropathy and spinal pain surgery for me. Highly recommended
HHHH don’t smoke a full joint of this and then expect to go to work and remember ANYTHING you did that day!
I need to smoke this but Im in South Florida
Exactly what I was looking for. Intensely relaxing at onset fading to euphoria within an hour.
It was the wrong God’s Gift.
This one is really sticky. Newbies might mistake it for a wet bud because it’s drowning in its own resin. Very tasty, very strong.
Here in Washington State it is said “From Seed To Sale”. which means every single nugget, leaf, trim, whatfuckinever must be accounted for. Perhaps my karma brought me an ounce of God’s Gift that somehow sauntered or schlep out the backdoor of a local and very large growing facility and right into my pocket for the unbelievable price of $70.00 US. This was my first time with this strain and I was not disappointed. Upon viewing the flower, I volleyed a guess of 27% THC solely based on the crusty trichome covered buds. It tested at 28.7%. Damn, I am getting pretty good at this. It took but two hits and a new world unfolded before my aging eyes. How would I rate this weed? well, in a few words “Ummmmm. Yeah, what did you say?” GOOD FUCKIN’ SHIT,REAL GOOD, BUY IT SMOKE IT, BUT EXERCISE DILIGENCE WHEN SHOPPING, NOT ALL GROWERS ARE CREATED EQUAL AND THIS STRAIN CAN BE FUSSY, WELL, LET’S JUST SAY IT CAN BE DIFFICULT TO GET THE TERPENE PROFILE NEEDED TO CREATE THAT AWESOME AROMA AND TASTE. I have seen it in both fashions, Top Shelf version and the lessor. I was fortunate to have it find me the way it did and it has quickly become one of my top ten MUST HAVE STRAINS. I use it for CHRONIC PAIN and everything associated with it. Peace to all, The Indigenous Alien
God's Gift is an indica dominated strain (90:10 indica / sativa ratio) with a staggering 27% THC level. It is the potent offspring of Granddaddy Purple and OG Kush, which should explain its pain-relieving properties. It has an exceptional flavor that most people relish and enjoy, but it tastes qu…
Taste & Smell
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Pairs Well With
- Doing Nothing
- Watching TV/Movies
About this Hybrid Strain
The cannabis strain God’s Gift is an indica-dominant hybrid bearing a mixed flavor of grapes and lavender with an undertone of diesel and aftertaste described as citrusy. Its smell is similar, often leaning more towards an over-ripe berry scent. When ready for harvest, its dense buds bare vibrant purple hues and overlaid with crystals.
Its parents are the strong and potent strains of Granddaddy Purple, an indica, and OG Kush, a hybrid. God’s Gift became popular in California in 2005 where it first blossomed.
God’s Gift is potent, with THC levels reaching an average of 18% and topping off at 22% in some crops. Its high is instantaneous, giving the consumer a full-bodied euphoric feel that reviewers note relieves aches and pains and for women, PMS symptoms. It does couch-lock and leaves most in a dream-like, sleepy stupor which makes this strain good for nighttime use.
Some reviewers have stated this strain will induce fits of giggles and/or immobilize the consumer into extreme relaxation and sleep.
This strain grows just above four feet and takes eight to nine weeks to flower, requiring little devotion during vegetation if grown indoors and making it a good crop for beginners.
The cannabis strain God’s Gift is an indica-dominant hybrid bearing a mixed flavor of grapes and lavender with an undertone of diesel and aftertaste described as citrusy. Its smell is similar, often leaning more towards an over-ripe berry scent. When ready for harvest, its dense buds bare vibrant…