• Brand: Fast Buds
  • Variety: Hybrid
  • Gender: Autoflowering
  • Cannabinoid: Low CBD 0-1 %, Very High THC 20+ %
  • Plant size: Medium (80 cm - 130 cm)
  • Growing difficulty: Easy, Medium
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This strain is making a name for itself as one of the most potent hybrids on the market. Gorilla Glue has an average THC level of 25%. And grown under perfect conditions it can hit 30% THC.

Heritage & Genetics: Gorilla Glue is an award-winning hybrid with roots in three different strains. These being Chem’s Sis and Chocolate Diesel, Sour Dubble. The former are two heavy-hitting sativas and the latter a potent indica. With this genetics, it’s not surprising Gorilla Glue is a notoriously strong strain.

Flavor & Aroma: Gorilla Glue leaves a complex mix of rich, dark flavors on the palate. A heavy diesel-like aroma laces fragrant coffee and chocolate notes. And earthy, pinewood undertones typical of a sativa linger in the background.

Effect: Gorilla Glue is a powerful strain that exceeds typical sativa effects. The energizing feeling transforms into a cerebral-overload. Some find its strength couch-locking, like that of a heavy indica. Because of this, Gorilla Glue is best suited to experienced consumers.

Medical: Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including reducing fatigue and relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own.

Grow characteristics: Gorilla Glue is a fast-growing strain that performs well both indoors and outdoors. A well-lit SCROG setup will get the best results. Gorilla Glue appears to have a hermaphrodite genome in its heritage. So, there is a chance pollen sacks will appear during flowering. Remove these as they form. It is also useful to top and train during the early growing stages.