Grape Inferno in San Francisco

Grown by NorStar Genetics initially, this indica-dominant hybrid strain takes its genetics from parent strains Querkle and Nepali OG. The primary smells of Grape Inferno include grapes, fruity berries, and a strong marijuana skunk smell. However, because of the intensity of the aroma, Grape Inferno may not be a good choice for more private marijuana users. The effects of this strain include some mood boosts and a sense of transcendent bliss, but its primary function is to provide the user with intense bodily relaxation that can lead to total sedation.