Gelato

Definition - What does Gelato mean?

Gelato is a strain of cannabis that is sometimes referred to as 'Larry Bird'. The strain is often called Larry Bird because of the famous basketball player's jersey number 33. The phenotype of the Gelato strain is #33. It is an Indica dominant strain with a ratio of 55 percent Indica with 45 percent Sativa. The strain was created in the Bay Area by Cookie Farm Genetics. Creation of the strain involved crossing Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies and Sunset Sherbet. It is considered a strong cannabis strain with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that hovers at around 20 percent.

MaximumYield explains Gelato

Gelato has a sweet aroma when smoked that is reminiscent of lavender, citrus, and a touch of berries. The strain's flavor is a combination of blueberries, orange, and fruit. Gelato marijuana plants produce large buds that are grape-shaped and feature dark green and purplish hues. They are covered with resin and reddish fine hairs. Visually, the buds are very appealing to consumers. The aroma of the buds smells similar to grape soda. Medical marijuana users often use Gelato to treat anxiety, pain, muscle spasms, and fatigue. Novice users may find the strain too sedative. Overall, most users report a mellow, even high.

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