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Gorilla Glue 4
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Gorilla Glue 4
Gorilla Glue 4, also known as Gorilla Glue or Original Glue, is perhaps one of the most famous cannabis cultivars. This multiple award-winning strain has inherited its strong character directly from its ancestors. Created from the crossbreeding of Chem's Sister, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel, it boasts a high THC content (20-25%) and dense, sticky trichomes, hence the name Glue. Its sweet, earthy aroma and the relaxing yet uplifting high have undoubtedly contributed to Gorilla Glue's worldwide fame. Patients report its relaxing properties that can be helpful for stress, mental strain, and pain. GG4 is recommended to be enjoyed by experienced users, preferably in the afternoon or evening, as it can have physically relaxing and euphoric effects.
Chem's Sister, Sour Dubb, Chocolate Diesel
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