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Review of Modified Grapes Cannabis Flower (MUV)

REVIEW

MODIFIED GRAPES FLOWER – MUV

Strain Lineage & Summary:

Brainchild of Symbiotic Genetics, Modified Grapes (MG) is a cross of two highly celebrated cultivars, GMO (aka Garlic Cookies) & Purple Punch. Symbiotic genetics would be proud of MUV’s cut of Modified Grapes, as this wonderful Indica tests at a respectable 22.5% THC, with an appearance & cure straight out of a “High Times” or “Cannabis Culture” magazine photo, a heavenly aroma and taste, and effects desired by medical cannabis patients as well as responsible adult consumers.

Appearance, Structure, Trim, & Cure: 5/5 (Considering Tier 3 Status)

Considering this specific batch is a Tier 3, I cannot be more impressed with the overall appearance, structure, trim, & cure of the flower. As expected, most of the buds qualify as popcorn, all weighing in-between .3 and .6 of a gram. Again, I cannot be upset with the size considering the Tier 3 status and the reduced price, coming in at less than $30 per eighth with my discount. Fortunately, I just ordered another jar of the Modified Grapes, though in Tier 1. Assuming the only difference is that the buds are larger, I will be ecstatic. Heck, I’m ecstatic over the smaller popcorn buds. This flower is stunning, with an almost photogenic quality. Most green is overshadowed by deep hues of purple, as well as a heavy covering of white, amber, and peach colored trichomes. A light orange is present, provided by the sporadic pistils. No description can do justice to the appearance of this batch of Modified Grapes. The photos will speak loud and clear.

Scent & Taste: 5/5

In one word: savory! Normally I do not give a 5 out of 5 rating in the scent & taste category if the flower in question lacks what I call the X factor, a smell so pungent that just opening the jar provides a powerful whiff that knocks you back. However, sometimes that pungent X factor is present in the flower. All it takes to get it out is a little pinch of one tiny bud. This batch of MG qualifies as such flower. One tiny pinch releases an overwhelming scent of grape candy, hints of fruity berries, combined with notes of garlic, and a gassy diesel fuel. Taking all of the best qualities from its parents, Modified Grapes provides a truly unique and delicious flavor that will have you coming back for more.

Medicinal Effects: 5/5

MG has become one of the more popular cuts used in many types of cannabis medicines. Still, sometimes patients require the complete entourage effect that only smoking or vaping flower will provide. I find MUV’s cut of MG to provide a comfortable and euphoric sensation with just enough stimulation to keep you clear headed if the need arises. While I prefer using MG in the evenings, seasoned patients and responsible adult consumers could find MG to be great for relaxing daytime activities like hiking, panting, yoga, fishing, and the like. Patients will find relief of all sorts when using Modified Grapes. As a natural painkiller with anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, anti-emetic, and countless other medicinal qualities, it is no wonder why MG has quickly made a name for itself.

All people can have different reactions to the same cannabis medicine or product. Cannabis is a very complex substance, even more so when using it for specific medicinal purposes. Every individual has a distinct endocannabinoid system, which can make it difficult to predict the effects of cannabis from one individual to the next. For example, a cultivar labeled as a sativa may cause one individual to have sensations of sleepiness, lethargy, or other feelings typically associated with indica strains. The opposite can be true as well. In addition, some believe the sativa-indica-hybrid paradigm is an outdated classification & marketing system. I happen to agree. Instead of relying on broad categories, one is much better off learning the intricacies of his or her individual endocannabinoid system as well as the compounds that make up this miraculous plant, particularly cannabinoids and terpenes. It will be a lot of trial and error to start, taking notice of how one reacts to each cultivar, and most important, the cannabinoid and terpenoid profiles that make up each cultivar. Eventually, the presence of cannabinoids and terpenes will become a useful guide as to what medicines work best for an individual’s particular ailments. Finally, for all new patients starting their journey to healing with cannabis, please medicate responsibly. Always remember and practice the following when first beginning a medical cannabis regimen: “start low & go slow”.

Review of Modified Grapes Cannabis Flower (MUV) REVIEW MODIFIED GRAPES FLOWER – MUV Strain Lineage & Summary: Brainchild of Symbiotic Genetics, Modified Grapes (MG) is a cross of