Gorilla Glue #4 was developed by GG Strains,and is a very potent hybrid strain. It most well known for its “heavy-handed” euphoria and relaxation, leaving you feeling “glued” to the couch (or “couch-locked”). However, some may find the relaxed and mentally stimulating experience to be just the right thing for finishing up some much-needed chores around the house or other routine tasks.
Its chunky, resin-covered buds fill the room with pungent and deep earthy aromas with just a hint of sour tones which it inherited from its parent strains, “Chem’s Sister”, “Sour Dubb”, and “Chocolate Diesel”. The first place winner in both the Michigan and Los Angeles Cannabis Cups back in 2014, a High Times Jamaican World Cup winner. A heavy-duty strain, it’s supremacy is definitely not a secret, and cannabis consumers will search far and wide to get their hands on this sticky, sweet strain.
Gorilla Glue #4 is one sitting comfortably on its throne as one of the world's strongest strains, with the most potent of buds in the world. In some of the highest tests, this hybrid strain has reached over a whopping thirty percent THC. On average, consumers and growers in legalized states can expect between 18 and 25% of the psychoactive.The extremely high THC levels in this strain give it some serious pain-fighting potential. While this bud can have some mind-bending effects, its indica heritage amplifies the strain’s physical effects.
Gorilla Glue #4 typical flowers around 58 to 63 days, and is known for having a high yield with plentiful buds.It’s fast-growing during its vegetative phase and grows fairly well indoors and out. The best harvests are usually achieved through using screen of green (SCROG) growing techniques and intense lighting. Harvest time comes when the leaves look like they have been sprinkled with salt or snow. Gorilla Glue is a strain that you'll want to top and train to keep the plant in best condition. Putting in a little work early on will help control common issues like the plants notorious height and increase flower density and overall yields.