Gorilla Glue is a relatively recent addition to the cannabis pantheon, first being created and grown in 2016. It has a close cousin in Gorilla Glue 4, although people say that the scents are different, with Gorilla Glue having a fresher, more pine-laden scent than any of its relatives. It flowers in a short space of time, although the yield can be variable. This plant is not suitable for an indoor grow due to its height and scent – while the smell is fresh and earthy, it is also very strong. The smell will fill the room and the building with its presence.
Gorilla Glue is bred from two sativa strains – Chem’s Sister and Chocolate Diesel. People report that it is a very heavy experience, and do not recommend it for first-timers, but also say that the effects are guaranteed to work. The major effect of Gorilla Glue is relaxation, closely followed by happiness, euphoria, drowsiness, and a feeling of being uplifted. Because of these attributes, medical and recreational usage tends towards using the strain for relief from stress and extreme pain above anything, with many recreational users stating that when they want pain relief, they will automatically go for Gorilla Glue. Closely following onto this, Gorilla Glue is used by both camps as a means of stimulating the appetite, and relieving the symptoms of insomnia and depression. The sativa content of the strain means that it can be used for depression without any fear of making things worse.
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