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the glue strain

This is not the best strain to smoke during a work day.
The GG #4 plant is mostly grown inside, thanks to its extremely potent, neighbor-alarming smell. With high THC levels, somewhere between 25-28%, the pungency is no surprise– don’t let the dainty light green color of the leaves throw you off. By the time GG #4 is ready to be harvested, the leaves will look like they’ve been sprinkled with a dusting of snow or frost thanks to a generous trichrome coating.
Gorilla Glue #4 is often considered top-shelf bud.
If you’d rather just buy cured bud from your local dispensary, it may not be that easy a feat either, though it seems like the strain is picking up in prevalence. Look for it at dispensaries in Oregon, California, Washington, Colorado, Nevada, and Michigan– but be prepared to shell out some cash.
Due to the strain’s immense popularity, however, those instructions weren’t strictly followed and there are some unlicensed growers floating around, as well as a decent number of imitations.
This is no bud for novice smokers.
If you’re hoping to get into growing Gorilla Glue #4, you may be mostly out of luck. Due to its crazy popularity, the originators aren’t likely to give up the secret sauce any time soon. They are, however, working on releasing GG’s #1 and #5, the rumors around which indicate they’ll be more available for sale as cuts.
While both Joesy and Lonie have cuts of the strain, they only released a limited number of cuts to private buyers, with strict instructions that the resulting clones could not be resold.
Gorilla Glue #4 (GG #4), a strain created by a happy accident, was produced by farmers Josey Whales and Lonie Watie and originated in California. Since its inception, GG #4 has only grown in popularity: the Sativa-heavy hybrid was the winner of the 2014 Cannabis Cup, was named “best hybrid” in the 2015 World Cannabis Cup.
Gorilla Glue #4 (GG #4), a strain created by a happy accident, was produced by farmers Josey Whales and Lonie Watie and originated in California. Since its inception, GG #4 has only grown in popularity: the Sativa-heavy hybrid was the winner of the 2014 Cannabis Cup, was named best hybrid in the 2015 World Cannabis Cup. As legend has it,