It’s absolutely a nighttime strain, causing sedative sensations and making it difficult to get off the couch.
Whenever I pay a visit to the dispensary, I checkout the current products available. I always pay attention to whatever occasions are featured for the biweekly deal. I use particular strains and consumption methods for help with sleeping, relaxation, pain relief and social enjoyment. With hundreds of strains on the market, finding the ideal fit for my needs and preferences can be both fun and challenging. On my last trip to the dispensary, the budtender talked me into trying Gorilla Glue. Although it’s a well-known strain that I had absolutely heard of, I’d never tried it before, then gorilla Glue was popular in 2014 and has won quite a few awards. According to the budtender at my local dispensary, it’s still one of the most consumed hybrids. It is created from sativa and indica cannabis families, chem Sis is a sativa that is bred with Chocolate Diesel, another sativa, and then it’s crossbred again with a hybrid, Sour Dubble. The result is particularly thick and almost waxy buds and some particular effects. The most abundant terpene in Gorilla Glue is caryophyllene, which offers a spicy, sort of pepper-like odor and flavor. Caryophyllene has shown promise in reducing inflammation. With the added benefits of limonene and myrcene, the strain provides some particularly attractive effects. It’s absolutely a nighttime strain, causing sedative sensations and making it difficult to get off the couch. However, despite the sleepiness, I’ve also observed a sense of euphoria, peacefulness and positive feelings. It’s wonderful for combating insomnia, stress and anxiety. It helps to alleviate the pain I occasionally suffer at the end of a long afternoon.