Aloha Grape Stomper is a hybrid cannabis strain that was created by crossbreeding Gage Green’s Grape Stomper and ’98 Aloha White Widow (both of which are themselves hybrid strains). The strain was developed to increase the trichome production and grape-fuel smell. It is known for providing a clear-headed high together with light physical sensations.
As the name suggests, the flowers give of sweet fruit like aromas, with hints of berries and trees. The taste is very similar, with berries, sweet and sour grapes, and other types of fruit. When burnt, the smell is highly pleasant and not at all harsh.
Aloha Grape Stomper has relatively high THC levels of between 15% and 22%. As such, the high is euphoric and will often induce giggling. Furthermore, it may be beneficial to those who struggle depression, stress, anxiety and other types of mood disorders. Moreover, it is a highly relaxing strain, so it may help those with tension, muscle aches, or other forms of pain. The strain certainly makes people hungry, so it can also help with appetite problems. As is common with cannabis, when smoked it may cause a dry mouth and eyes. In high doses is can also result in mild paranoia or anxiety.
Aloha Grape Stomper is not a particularly difficult strain to grow, but it will require constant care. The strain flourishes in cold to warm weather, but in high temperatures it will not produce a big yield. As such, it is better grown indoors where it will flower in 8 to 9 weeks.