Buy Gruntz Online
Gruntz is a (70%Indica/%30 hybrid) With Zkittlez and Gelato genetics, a consumer should expect a fruity experience that also delivers on potency. This weed strain can be used at nearly anytime during the day as it is not going to put you to sleep, although you might feel a bit sedated.
Everything You Need To Know About: Gruntz
Gruntz is an indica dominant hybrid marijuana strain created through crossing the delicious Zkittlez X Gelato strains. This bud packs a mouthwatering taste and a long-lasting high that will have both mind and body buzzing with happiness. Gruntz combines the best of both of its parent strains in the flavor department, with a sweet and fruity berry candy flavor with hints of sugary cotton candy, too. The aroma is of earthy spice and sour fruity candy, with touches of skunk here and there. The Gruntz high is one that will have you feeling lifted yet relaxed from start to finish, with soothing effects that are filled with stimulating tingles and weightless bliss. You’ll feel the physical buzz almost as soon as you exhale, starting in the spine before inching its way forward throughout your entire body. Sore limbs will relax and muscles will stretch, allowing you to really kick back and enjoy yourself. In combination with its super high 25-32% average THC level.
Medical Conditions Gruntz Strain Can Help
Gruntz can help with the following medical conditions:
- Chronic Pain
- Bipolar Disorder
- Mood Swings
Even though Gruntz doesn’t have massive levels of CBD, it still has medical benefits. Adding CBD to your routine can change your life if you suffer from pain or anxiety.
Gruntz GROWING INFO
This strain can be grown indoors or outdoors depending on your preferance.
Outdoor grows usually have higher yield but there are more variables that need to be managed when compared to an indoor grow. With Outdoors you can expect around 18 ounces per plant
Indoors you can expect 14 ounces per square meter which is a healthy yield overall.
The flowering period of Gruntz is estimated 7 to 9 weeks. Outdoor crops should be ready for harvest in the middle of October.