Gorilla Glue #4 Product Description
Gorilla Glue #4 is an award winning sativa dominant hybrid strain cultivated from Chem’s Sister and Chocolate Diesel by GG Seeds. Known for its body-melting euphoric high, it’s no wonder that this strain won the High Times Cannabis Cup in 2014. Gorilla Glue #4 is one of the more potent strains out there. Lab tests come back at 18% THC on average, as high as 25% at its most potent.
Gorilla Glue #4 Strain Details
This strain has strong aroma of diesel with sweet and earthy undertones. The flavor is sour, slightly bitter, and will remind you of citrus fruit, like lemon. This strain has a smooth draw that hardly induces any coughing.
Gorilla Glue #4 Physical and Mental Effects
The effects of Gorilla Glue #4 hit you fast and hard. You can expect to feel mostly relaxed and uplifted at first. The euphoria hits you instantly and lasts for a good twenty minutes. After the initial euphoria and floatiness start to wear off, your body will almost feel as though you are melting into and becoming stuck to your couch, hence where the name of the strain came from.
Large doses of this strain can make users feel tired, and you may end up falling asleep. This is why Gorilla Glue #4 is best when enjoyed in the evenings , or right before hitting the hay for the night. It’s a great strain for chilling out for the evening with a good book or movie. Some negative effects may include cottonmouth, paranoia and general laziness.
Medical Uses for Gorilla Glue #4
Gorilla Glue #4 is most commonly used when treating mood disorders like depression and bipolar disorder. The strain is quite adept at treating ADHD and PTSD. It’s also really effective for dealing with daily stressors and annoyances. It can also be used to treat joint pain and fibromyalgia. If you’re having trouble with insomnia, this strain will have you counting sheep in no time.
Gorilla Glue #4 is a favorite of cannabis connoisseurs everywhere, especially in Colorado. This strain’s potency and heavy body high might be a little too much for first time users. I would wait until your tolerance is a little higher first.