Gorilla Glue #4
- Sex: 3 feminized seeds
- Yield: 500-550g/m2 • 600 g/plant
- Genetics: mostly Sativa
- Flowering time: 9 weeks
- Outdoor harvest: mid of octobre
- suitable for indoors and outdoors
- Height: 140-180 cm • 160-250 cm
- THC: 33%
- Aromas/ flavors: Pine, candy
Gorilla Glue #4, 3 feminized Seeds
We are proud that we can offer Gorilla Glue # 4 as feminized Seeds. Gorilla Glue #4 is at the moment the strongest strain on earth, tested 12 times with more than 30% THC. It was created by Joesy Whales when he crossed Chem Sis with his Sour Dubb. He gave a couple of seeds to his buddy Mardogg, who popped the beans years later and ended up with 4 phenos of the Gorilla Glue. Because of the extraordinary trichome production they decided to take pheno number 4 to breed with it. We got an elite cut directly from the Standard Seed Collective and crossed, backcrossed and stabilized this outstanding strain.
This variety is one of the stickiest and tastiest sativa-dominant strains in the world. Gorilla Glue is the kind of weed that literally gums up your fingers in big clumps when you’re trying to break it up. GG #4 has a piny, spicy aroma and a taste of sandal wood and sweet cherry. When it is consumed it shows its enormous potency with a THC level of more than 30%. It has very clear cerebral effects which lasts more than 4 hours. Gorilla Glue #4 should only be consumed by experienced users! The strain is incredibly resinous. A bane to all trimmers, GG4 got its name from its tendency to clog scissors until they are stuck. This shiny star produces a euphoric, focused and happy high and offers best results in a SCROG-grow.
Growing Gorilla Glue #4
She is ideal for growing indoors but also shows perfect results in sunny conditions outdoors. As it stretches a lot during the 9 week flowering period it should been grown only for 2 weeks before the lighting time is reduced to 12 hours daily. Gorilla Glue #4 produces yields of 500-550 g per sqm or 600g per plant outdoors.
It has reportedly helped medicinal marijuana patients with depression, PTSD, and different forms of anxiety.