Effects: This OG plant combines a sedating cerebral effect with a numbing physical response. It is a pleasant, smooth, and long-lasting ride you don’t want to get off from. I have had a friend use a vaporizer and he has told me it has given him better results, but either way you intake this kush, it is guaranteed alleviate the distress of insomnia or chronic pain.
Taste: Very tasty smoke; mild yet expansive. There’s an undeniable dankness way down there, but it’s overpowered by a very fruity taste. A little tingle on the exhale.
Effects: Almost perfect blend of sativa and indica effects. Starts heady and euphoric, and melts into a lazy body high without sleepiness. Potent enough for patients with high tolerances as a daytime medicine.
Smell: kerosene,citrus and woodsy
Good Strain For: A.D.D, A.D.H.D, Anxiety, Appetite, Arthritis, Asthma, Back Pain, Bipolar Disorder, Body Pain, Cachexia, Cancer, Cramps, Crohns Disease, Depression, Epilepsy, Fibromyalgia, Gastrointestinal Disorder, Glaucoma, Headaches, Hepatitis C, HIV/Aids, IBS, Inflammation, Insomnia, Joint Pain, Migraine, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscle Pain, Muscle Spasms, Nausea, Neck Pain, Phychosis, PMS/PMDD, PTSD, RLS, Seizures
Strain Name: Blue Dragon (Sour Diesel x Blueberry
Smell: Very sticky distinct smell, Grade A smell the moment you grind it up
Type: Indica/Sativa hybrid
Looks: Very fluffy and sticky. Hint of lime green with hairs spread thoroughly throughout the bud. Crystals very uniform looking on the inside and caked near the stem of the bud.
Sticky weed strains Strain Name: Holy Ghost Grade: AAA+ Type: Hybrid : Satori+Amnesia Haze+PitBull+Durban Poison Looks: Dense,Light Green with presence of orange hairs and
The Maui Haze mother was so sticky, the Afghan pollen stuck to those pistils with ease. This produced Afgooey, a super gooey strain which may stick to your nostrils upon smelling those incredible citrus and tropical aromas. This 70% indica and 30% sativa strain induces super powerful cerebral and psychedelic experiences. Creative minds shall embrace the highs and stickiness of this strain, and create some sick masterpieces.
This strain derives from a Brazilian Manga Rosa sativa and a South Keralan indica father. Let’s just say that these two strains knew how sticky their offspring would become, and therefore decided to join together in holy matrimony to produce a super shiny, trichome-abundant lovechild. Upon savouring White Widow, the highs leave you with time-bending and glorious experiences.
Lemon Skunk and Amnesia Haze, with their adhesive nature, joined together in an unshakable bond, producing the magnificent Lemon Shining Silver Haze. This strain is definitely that sticky dank you’ve been seeking. The lemon aromas and flavours are bountiful. If you’re making sticky lemon chicken, infusing it with Lemon Shining Silver Haze will make it extra sticky. Aside from its delicious syrupy glaze covering the buds in true perfection, this strain is quite potent, reaching up to 21% in THC content.
When the plants are harvested, they go through the drying and curing stage. During this process, the buds evaporate moisture and mature. Sticky buds are usually considered higher quality because they contain more trichomes, which implies more terpenes, cannabinoids, and delicious flavours. However, when the buds are not cured properly, they can be very sticky, but for the wrong reasons. Excess humidity, mould, and the like are not signs of the “good kind” of sticky weed.
When it comes to making hash, the stickier the buds, the better. Sticky buds means lots of resin, and lots of resin means more hash is possible per gram of weed. When a bud is smothered in trichomes—those resin-bearing glands that coat cannabis flowers like a dusting of icing sugar, and which contain all the goodness like cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes—you can be sure that the strain will make copious amounts of hash. These top 5 sticky strains are each carpeted with swollen trichomes, which gives them their pungent scents, powerful effects, and top hash-making potential.
Anyone who has trimmed those freshly harvested cannabis plants understands their adhesive power. Upon touching those heavenly buds, one can feel a powerful sticky substance cling to one’s fingers. Buds are sticky because trichomes secrete terpenes and essential oils, which have a gooey texture. Trichomes are those crystals on buds that look like outlandish wizard staffs with orbs attached to them. The terpenes secreted from the buds function as a defense mechanism against pests, and help stabilise the temperature of the plants.
The highs are quite long-lasting— something to consider if one has daily tasks to fulfill (except getting high and embracing sticky cannabis strains). Afgooey is great for sea of green (SOG) systems, where it flourishes with mighty resin-covered buds. This plant becomes quite short and develops bountiful yields, definitely something to consider for an indoor cannabis grow if an abundance of syrupy buds is desired.
The aromas and flavours of Gorilla Glue perfectly supplement the indica-dominant nature of the highs. Both euphoric and physical sensations arise after consuming Gorilla Glue, which can glue the consumer to the couch if consumed in large quantities. The flowering time lasts approximately 8 weeks, and the plants become super tall like King Kong. Sticky ganja explorers should definitely acquaint themselves with Gorilla Glue. If you’re into sniffing glue, replace it with Gorilla Glue; it’s better for your physical and mental well-being.
With its sweetness and spectacular highs, Lemon Shining Silver Haze allures cannabis connoisseurs with uplifting and energetic highs, creating experiences that stick. This sativa-dominant strain has a relatively short flowering phase of 8–9 weeks. When the buds are ready for harvest, it’s important to prepare yourself for their sheer gluey-ness; otherwise, you’ll be stuck to the plantation for a while, which actually doesn’t sound so bad.
Sticky strains are ideal for cannabis enthusiasts who want syrupy buds, or those who want to make hash. Explore the 5 stickiest specimens available at Zamnesia.