Dispensary Introduces Godzilla Glue
Part of the Budget Buds line-up, this was created as a high-yielding specimen from its parent strain Chem Sis that was accidentally crossed with Sour Dubb, the second plant. Even though this unintentional combination gave rise to an excellent strain, researchers explain that the outcome was not as perfect as it should have been. As a result, researchers proceeded to add into the mix, some King Kong genetics. This final combination made the already impressive strain even better, with a reduced flowering time, that is, between 8 and 8 ½ weeks. This strain flowers in bright green foliage that boasts of shade of fluorescence. These buds are dense and compact, yet beset by high volumes of psychoactive resin and crystal trichomes. The sugar leaves that surround its budding sites are covered with this viscous substance. This makes Godzilla Glue an outstanding strain of choice with regards to crafting your personal supply of hash. The strain’s resin is packed with aromatic molecules called terpenes that account for its unique and potent smell of cannabis. Godzilla Glue flowers are responsible for its pungent scents of diesel, pine, and sweetness. One can smell these flowers from afar, so try to store them in an airtight stash jar if you need to.
Godzilla Glue, part of the Budget Buds line-up, also has a high THC content that results in an immediate psychoactive impact when smoked. The average THC concentration of this strain is 17%, which firmly places it in the middle of the pack in comparison to other strains. The onset of its high is felt as a head rush that takes root in one’s psyche, lifting their mood to new horizons. This experience manifests as a head high that is euphoric, motivating, and mood-boosting. This strain will always impress growers in terms of quality and quantity. The strain in grown while considering optimal nutrition and light parameters, with frequent pruning and topping to ensure that the plants produce their best. Indoor specimens are able of putting out monster produce that is, approx. 1500g/m².