It thrives better under a warm and temperate outdoor climate, and should obviously be kept away from any risk of frost or rain. It yields an average of 450 grams per square plant and should be ready for harvest around early October. Meanwhile, indoor growing produces 500 grams per square meter with a flowering time of 8 to 9 weeks.
Coming from a troop of heavy-hitting strains, Gorilla Glue #1 emerged in the cannabis scene back at 2016 as a phenotype from its more popular sibling, Gorilla Glue #4. Although both are an offspring of Chem’s Sister and Chocolate Diesel, this little brute produces a smoother aroma and a drowsier high compared to its livelier sister.
Due to such uplifting properties, users are now in the mood for some light chatter. This is best suited for low-key conversations though as the buzz makes it easy for users to be distracted.
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by Bonza · Published September 8, 2018 · Updated January 29, 2020
Medical patients who need a break from the tiring routine of life can find instant relief in this strain. No matter how high the stress has built up, this ganja can knock it all to the ground. As expected of such uplifting qualities, one puff is enough to lighten the load of depression.
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Additionally, any form of stress will cower away from its pervasive relaxant. A light, euphoric feeling spreads through, clouding the mind in a dreamy haze. Leftover burdens from work are now lost in the fog, and users may find themselves having a lazy smile all throughout.
With a monstrous THC volume, Gorilla Glue #1 acts as the tougher and drowsier counterpart of its more popular sibling, Gorilla Glue #4.