Gorilla Glue Strain
gorilla glue strain which also goes by Gorilla Gelato Glue, is an indica cannabis strain that’s considered potent by today’s standards with an average THC level of 28%.
Reviewers enjoy this strain’s reputed ability to first relax the body and mind before easing into a happy and creative state of mind. Those that have tried Gelato Glue sometimes report becoming sedated off this strain, and consumers have claimed to use it in helping with cramps, arthritis, chronic pain, insomnia, and even depression. Others have noted that Gelato Glue can cause the munchies to arise.
The scent of Gelato Glue is an odd combination of chocolate and diesel, while its taste on the exhale tends to be spicy and slightly fruity.
This strain is the result of combining genetics from the popular Gelato Glue #4 and Gelato strains, which have both gained reputations as being potent.
Harvested on Day 76 before sunrise. Wet buds weigh 105grams. I expect around 1 Oz dry. Been drying for two days with a fan at nights since humidity rises up to 80% and i want to avoid mold. Some fast dry buds that i tried hit hard and taste good.
This mystery seed was grown 12/12 from seed outdoors, After some research I just assume it was GG4 but who really knows. What matters is that it is some great marihuana. I used Fafard ultra mix soil and 5 gal pots.
This specific plant I believe was weak since it got spider mites very early and I could never get rid of them, just controlled. She was sleeping along two other plants, and to this day, those are safe and sound and did not get the mites. Anyways this was my first grow and you just keep learning from your mistakes.
Give your opinions! Update. Made cannabutter with barely 15 grams of sugar leaves and it resulted very potent and long lasting. Update: this plant provided 30g dry of potent weed.
UPDATE: buds dried after 4 days and they’ve been curing in jars for five days already with this weird smell like fresh cuando and dried leaves. They feel and look dry. Not moist at all. I hope it fades away with time and it gets back its citrus smell.