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Strain of the day:
Gorilla Glue (Indica) – Packing a punch with even the smallest hit, Gorilla Glue (also known as Gorilla Glue #1) has quickly become a favorite for users seeking a super powerful and sedating high. Coming onto the cannabis scene during the summer of 2016, those at GG Strains created a hit with this 50/50 hybrid strain. Chem’s Sister mixed with Chocolate Diesel gives you Gorilla Glue, and it takes on a strong yet pleasing scent while instantly hitting you with its effects.
Gorilla Glue shares a lot of Chocolate Diesel’s attributes, giving users both a smell and taste that’s reminiscent of coffee and mocha notes. However, don’t let the yummy tones fool you, as this strain also packs a sour punch with diesel flavor that stays in your mouth long after you’re through. It’s recognized for its earthy and pungent attributes that many compare to its sister strains.
Those who want the most bang for their buck tend to favor Gorilla Glue, as its super powerful THC levels give you an instant high that’s deep and long-lasting. Measuring near 28% THC at times, new smokers should go easy with this strain, as it can produce some unpleasant side effects if you aren’t careful.
After smoking, you’ll instantly feel happy and uplifted, easily forgetting the stresses of work and allowing you to get ready for a relaxing night. The dark olive green buds tend to be pretty frosty, almost making it have a tranquilizing type of effect. As you melt into the couch with joy the giggles might come up, and while you’re experiencing a complete mind and body numbing high, any chronic pain will be washed away.
Individuals who struggle with insomnia, depression, or anxiety depend heavily on this strain, as it’s widely known for being one of the hardest hitting highs that combats nearly any medical symptoms. As your mind slows and your body relaxes, you’ll notice that mental clarity is hard to come by, which is often a desired effect for many.
When you’re looking for an ultra-relaxing high that fights off stress, pain, and worry, Gorilla Glue is the ticket. Clear your evening plans and get ready for a night of calming euphoria and a deep restful sleep.
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Captain Kush Inc. Strain of the day: Gorilla Glue (Indica) – Packing a punch with even the smallest hit, Gorilla Glue (also known as Gorilla Glue #1) has…
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It never was overtly potent and despite lasting a long time, we sort of lost track of the effects at times because they were mild and unobtrusive. In many senses, this is a good thing (this was a pretty clear-headed med suitable for a day of work), but we think that this one is best saved for newer patients and those seeing moderate relief which last a long time but doesn’t ever feel pushy.
Slender spearhead-shaped wasabi green sepals, tightly opened pinecone calyxes, with frequent bursts of saddle brown pisitls, and above average coverage with average-length, thick-stalked hooked trichomes with average heads
While the aroma wasn’t particularly pungent, it did develop a bit when ground up, releasing a crisp, clean, sweet pine-citrus aroma that definitely brought to mind Snowcap and other similar strains (NL #5-Haze, Jack Herer, etc.).
Softly sweet and piney, the flavor was fairly similar to the aroma on the first few hits, but declined from there and just because neutral and smokey. It never really tasted bad, but the flavor just disappeared rather quickly — we think that the dryness level may have had a lot to do with the way the flavor declined, as well as the way the smoke tickled the throat. The flush certainly wasn’t to blame for any harshness, because the final ash was mostly white with some black flecks, showing a very quality flush prior to harvest. This one ultimately just fell short of its potential.
A moderate pulsing throughout the body and limbs was the signal that effects had begun, coming on rather smoothly and creeping up in potency over the first 20-30 minutes. While we didn’t really feel much of a change in mental energy or mood, but rather a gentle relaxation which had us able to concentrate on non-interactive activities, but fading out a bit when deep concentration and attention was required. Several members of the staff commented that this med was almost invisible at times throughout the experience — it’s certainly not a “punch in the face” type of med, but rather a smooth Sativa that kept us between mood elevation and relaxation with no negative effects or abrupt comedown. Some staff were left wanting more peak potency, but the duration was very good, lingering out to over 3 hours for all of our staff.
It never was overtly potent and despite lasting a long time, we sort of lost track of the effects at times because they were mild and unobtrusive. In many senses, this is a good thing (this was a pretty clear-headed med suitable for a day of work)