Gorilla Glue Dank Vape


$25.00

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nLikewise, ChechChem Sis x Sour Dubb x Chocolate Diesel
nStory
nTo begin with, Dank Vapes – Gorilla Glue is one of the most demanded strains in the US cannabis market today. Also, Appearing on the scene in 2013, this true hybrid has taken the medical industry by storm. Not only but, There is one famed phenotype that everybody wants: #4. Again, Bred from Chem Sister, Chocolate Diesel, and Sour Dubb, the flavor is tart yet balanced and the effect is phenomenally psychoactive and strong.
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nAppearance
nAnother, Dank Vapes – Gorilla Glue is a medium-density hybrid and finishes with very light green calyxes
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nAroma
nIn the same way, Dank Vapes – Gorilla Glue flower is sweet with hints of sharp sourness that tends to vary from batch to batch. Burnt flowers produce a very strong skunk perfume that is thick in the air and sure to entice others nearby to ask what you are smoking on.
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nFlavor
nEqually important, Bred specifically for maximum THC, the flavor of Dank Vapes – Gorilla Glue can be a bit muted and indistinguishable from other strains. This isn’t to say that it tastes bad, but it certainly doesn’t have the diversified pallet many other strains have.
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nQualities
nToo, Dank Vapes – Gorilla Glue was specifically bred for its THC content. Similarly, it isn’t the best sleep aid but the racing effect some experience will ease into general stoniness after an initial rush.
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nEffects
nIn addition, The effect is typical of most OG varietals with an early onset of a euphoric rush and a gentle relaxation easing in thereafter for up to several hours. Consequently, Dank Vapes – Gorilla Glue is sure to touch on several symptoms including pain management and is sure to trigger appetite stimulation.
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nBeta-Caryophyllene
nBesides, Best-known as the kick behind black pepper, cloves and cinnamon, Caryophyllene is a strong anti-inflammatory agent.
nTaste:
nSweet, woody, spicy, clove dry scent
nEffects:
nFights Pain
nAnti-Inflammatory
nCalming
nFocus Aid
nUplifting
nAnti-fungal
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nBeta-Caryophyllene
nHumulene
nFurthermore, First found in the essential oils of Humulus lupulus (hops), from which it was named.
nTaste:
nEarthy, woody aroma
nEffects:
nFights Pain
nAnti-Inflammatory
nCalming
nUplifting
nHumulene
nLimonene
nMoreover, Common in all citrus, this terpene helps boost mood (antidepressant) with potential gastrointestinal benefits.
nTaste:
nCitrus and sour lemon.
nEffects:
nLastly, Anti-Inflammatory
nCalming
nFocus Aid
nUplifting
nAnti-fungal
nEnergy Lift
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nLimonene
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