With its powerful pain-fighting and mood-boosting abilities, some medical marijuana patients consider God’s Gift to truly be a blessing from a higher being.
A cross between popular cannabis world staples Granddaddy Purple and OG Kush, God’s Gift has inherited the anti-inflammatory properties of its parents. Born in California in 2005, during the purple marijuana boom, God’s Gift is most prevalent on the West Coast of the U.S.
Much like its predecessor Granddaddy Purple, God’s Gift has a sweet, berry smell with touches of earthiness. This marijuana strain boasts the shelf appeal common in the purple marijuana family, with hues of violet blended into densely packed, light green buds.
God’s Gift manages to blend the heavy-hitting physical qualities of indicas with the euphoric, sociable nature of sativas. God’s Gift makes it easy to rest and relax—if that’s what you need. However, its sociable nature also means that some consumers may find it well-suited to a mellow hangout in good company.
God’s Gift has body-numbing effects that make it a boon to medical marijuana patients with severe pain. This, combined with its uplifting nature, can make God’s Gift a good fit for patients with serious, long-term illnesses that are both mentally and physically taxing, such as cancer, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis.