Gorilla Glue created by GG strains, Gorilla Glue is Sativa dominant marijuana is a popular strain with a high THC content of 18% – 25% average, but can be as high as 32%. A Cross Between Chem Sis, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel, Gorilla Glue has a taste and smell of coffee and chocolate, but also with a hint of diesel. The perfect way to describe it is earthy but with a sweet and sour aftertaste. Its buds have a bunch of trichomes making it look like it is covered in sugar.
Even with a small hit from Gorilla Glue, it can pack a punch. The high THC content from this marijuana strain provides an immediate high that is long lasting and profound. Gorilla Glue also a multiple award winning strain that gives its users a powerful, body buzzing, and sedating high. The reason why it has glue to its name is because the user will be “glued” to the couch. If you are a beginner, you should be cautious and deliberate when it comes to using Gorilla Glue because it might produce some unpleasant side effects when not used moderately.
The most common effect of Gorilla Glue is the surge of euphoria followed by laughter filled with joy. After this high, the user will feel sedated and almost tranquillised, numbing your senses. As this effect wears off, you are left with calmness and relaxation. Some even said that Gorilla Glue helped them with their focus and energy. Other side effects of Gorilla Glue are the common dry mouth and dry eyes, so it is best to keep a water bottle and eye drops near you.
Due to its numbing power, this medi kush is used in combating chronic pain.It helps instantly and manages the pain with no worries. It can also help with insomnia, depression, and anxiety.
Donald Skunk –
This may be the best and long lasting high of my life! It gave me such a body buzz and made me comfortably numb. Definitely lives up to its name!
Nice buds with an organic feel to them. Smell is unique with that wonderful sour. Gets you up and ready to take on the day no matter what time. Get outside and enjoy.
This strain doesn’t disappoint….would recommend….it’s hardly available