What Does Gorilla Glue Mean?
Gorilla Glue is a popular brand of adhesives used in the construction and renovation industries. It is also a hybrid strain of cannabis that causes a strong feeling of relaxation in its users due to it being high in cannabinoids like THC and CBD.
The origin of the Gorilla Glue strain is said to be based on the effects it has on the user. Users report feeling glued to their seats after smoking Gorilla Glue, and the name stuck.
Maximum Yield Explains Gorilla Glue
There are three popular types of gorilla glue. The Gorilla Glue #4 strain is a 63% indica and 37% hybrid strain known for its intense potency and making users reach a state of euphoria.
Buds of Gorilla Glue marijuana plants are best described as "chunky" and covered in resin, which is what results in a pungent and earthy aroma. The roots of Gorilla Glue #1, Chem’s Sister, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel, also contribute towards its sour aroma.
Gorilla Glue #5 is a cross between Gorilla Glue #4 and Gorilla glue #1, which is said to be even more potent than Gorilla Glue #4.
Gorilla Glue is a popular strain, and given the obvious confusion with the adhesive company named Gorilla Glue, the producers of the Gorilla Glue marijuana strain, GG Strains LLC, reached a settlement with the adhesive company in which they will avoid using anything that is similar to the Gorilla Glue Co. marketing materials, such as the logo, by September 2018.