Flav Gorilla Glue is a potent Hybrid bred from Chocolate Diesel and Chem’s Sister. Gorilla Glue is known for its strong pungent scents of heavy earth. The taste of Gorilla Glue releases earthy pine flavors that playfully play on the tongue.
Medicinal: Gorilla Glue is used to provide quasi head highs and strong body relaxation.
The Gorilla Glue 4 vape cartridge by HONEY® is an evenly split hybrid that gives you the best of both worlds. Users report a buzzy head high that ascends into total body relaxation. This strain has a sedative effect and, as the name suggests, can have you glued to the couch. It can also produce feelings of giggly euphoria, perfect for relaxing evenings.
The rich taste with undertones of spice and sandalwood gives Gorilla Glue 4 an aroma that keeps you coming back for more. The essence of this strain speaks to indulgence, which is precisely the sensation this strain presents.
Primary Terpene: Caryophyllene
Mood: Relaxed, Happy, Euphoric
Common Uses: Stress, Pain, Depression
Energy Spectrum: Calming
The Story Behind Gorilla 4 Glue
Gorilla Glue 4 entered the scene when accidental pollination occurred between the strains Sour Dubb, Sour Diesel, Chocolate Diesel, and Chem’s Sister. Gorilla Glue 4 gets its name from the severely sticky buds. They’re so adhesive it makes trimming the leaves incredibly difficult, building up sticky residue between the blades of the scissors.
The combination of cannabinoids and terpenes makes this hybrid strain more relaxing and soothing than others. The spacy head high is accompanied by Gorilla Glue 4’s ability to uplift your mood, giving you a mellow, calm sensation. Because of its sedative effects and low CBD content, Gorilla Glue 4 is great for mild cases of anxiety and insomnia.
This award-winning strain is very dense, sticky, and spongy. The buds have a mix of light and dark green leaves with orange hairs and an incredible amount of trichomes.
Gorilla Glue 4’s most prominent terpene is Caryophyllene. You can thank Caryophyllene for Gorilla Glue’s rich earthy scent and flavor. You can find Caryophyllene in cinnamon, cloves, and black pepper. This terpene is a triple threat since it provides a fantastic taste, smell, and numerous medical benefits.
Caryophyllene works with the body’s endocannabinoid receptors, specifically the CB2 receptors in the internal organs. However, interacting with CB2 receptors is rare for terpenes since most of them work with CB1 receptors in the brain and nervous system.
When bound with the CB2 receptors, Caryophyllene assists the body in reducing inflammation, anxiety, and depression. While research is still ongoing to determine the medical benefits of Caryophyllene, several studies suggest it has a bright future in medicine.
A study conducted by the National Library of Medicine suggests that Caryophyllene could prolong lifespans by reducing stress on genes. A similar study claims Caryophyllene could reduce alcohol cravings and assist with addiction recovery.