Sep 072013
 September 7, 2013

God’s Gift Cannabis Strain Review And Pictures

A strain that became popular in California dispensaries in 2005, Gods Gift contains flavors of grape, citrus, hash. Parents of this strain are Granddaddy Purple and OG Kush. No matter what you believe in, this strain is a “gift” with its strong THC content of 18-22%. Flowering usually takes approximately 8-9 weeks. Best for stress, pain relief and insomnia.

“Gods Gift is a great pain reliever strain and help tremendously with my stress and anxiety. It’s a very smooth smoke if grown properly and has some what of a sweet after taste that I enjoy very much.” – Greengiant420

Check out the God’s Gift marijuana strain on THCFinder.Com, and see what people had to say about God’s Gift, and how God’s Gift affects various ailments.

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  6 Responses to “God’s Gift Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures”

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    Really nice looking, anyone checked it out? My favorite for pain and sleep in Herijuana, its around 22-25% Thc, It has 2 basic phenotypes, 1 being a little better tasting. I crossed a purple mango with the pollen from a Herijuana and it is the shit! It looks almost just like this bud at the bottom. Has anyone out there smoked herijuana? Is it even still around?
    The one I grew were at 28% thc.

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    There’s a possibility I may change my mind on the existence of God…

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      Hello!
      I am a Christian (Lutheran) who loves to share and debate such issues. Of course, exchanges should be made in a civil fashion, which, unfortunately, is not often the case. Anyway, I wish you the best on your spiritual journey. May you have peace and love.

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    Very good. I have a long history of mental illness–Generalized Anxiety Disorder with Panic Attacks and Major Depression. Over the past year, I have convinced my psychiatrist to try Marinol to give me a bit of a break from the heavy dosage of clonazepam that I have been prescribed. Of course, I would prefer natural marijuana with a strain grown specifically for anxiety disorder–but, alas, I am in Minnesota and I rather doubt that legalization will happen anytime soon. The Marinol (Dronabinol) has been effective for me; though I build a tolerance rather quickly. Prediction: big Pharma will produce drugs that affect the endocannibinoid system. They are in need of putting new drugs on the market and will produce synthetic cannabinoids for a variety of mental illnesses. Simply put, Pharma has exhausted their options–the serotonergic receptors, along with the drugs that affect norepinephrine and dopamine have been pretty much exhausted. So, in say, seven years, cannabinoid drugs will be on the market. Pharma is aware of the movement for legalizing natural medical marijuana, and they know that there is money to be made.

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    Can you include CBD content in your reviews?

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