Gorilla glue #4 strain review

The current strain I’ve been using medicinally lately is known as the gorilla glue.  It definitely gets it’s name for the sticky resin covered buds.  I prefer to use this one later at night, especially if I plan on using high doses of it.  It’s definitely a quality strain worth trying if you haven’t already.  It’s a well known strain that has won the 2014 Los Angeles Cannabis cup.  Will be ready to flower in 9-10 weeks in correct growing conditions.  It produces a moderate but potent yield.

Genetics: It’s always noting the parents of a quality plant like the gorilla glue.  It’s a cross between  Chem Sister and Chocolate diesel qualifying it as a indica heavy hybrid.  I think that the diesel contributes heavily to its earthy natural smell.  I can’t imagine what the plants smelled like flowering… Scent control must be top of the line.

Looks:  Huge thick chunky buds that are consistently dense and equal in size.  I’ve seen buds this big plenty of times but usually it’s not the whole bag.  The bag appeal of this strain grown indoors is stunning.  Combined with the smell the light green buds will be disappearing fast.  Also noticeable is the density of the colas.  10/10 on looks.

Effects: The effects hit fast and are impossible to ignore.  Sitting down/relaxing will feel very good and muscles become very loose.  Great for pain management of any kind and a great nights sleep.  Relaxation is the number one word I would use to describe it.    Although it is a hybrid, this one makes me pretty tired if used late at night and cuts homework short on occasion.  If you have a high tolerance, use it whenever but it is definitely a body high.  8.5/10.

Flavor has a bit of lemon but mostly is really piney from the diesel genetics.  Take precaution with the scent if travelling/growing.  Must try for those who haven’t had it and will definitely keep this around for the coming weeks. Let me know what experiences or problems you’ve had growing this one and anything it does medically for you! Love hearing about that.

 

 

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