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About this Hybrid Strain
The sativa-dominant hybrid GG#4 was created by accident under the care of GG strains when an accidental pollination occurred. Its genetics stem from multiple strains, including Sour Diesel, Sour Dubb, Chem’s Sister, and Chocolate Diesel.
GG#4, got its name from the sticky trichomes that collect on scissors when it’s being trimmed. The massive amount of trichomes make the scissors tacky and hard to handle. This strain’s popular effects have won it multiple awards and become a favorite for many consumers.
The diverse genetics of GG#4 give it a unique terpene profile that causes it to smell mostly of diesel and pine, while having a distinct chocolatey and coffee-like aftertaste once inhaled. Users report its effects might glue you to the couch, so consuming this strain towards the evenings may ensure you don’t become too lazy during the day when needing to get things done. Despite being sativa-dominant, the synergy between cannabinoids and terpenes is believed to help relax the body, often creating what people have described as a body buzz. Users also say that GG#4 will influence cerebral activity, so expect a pleasant head high that releases overthinking and improves overall mood.
This strain’s THC percentage levels can vary tremendously, ranging anywhere from the mid-teens to the high 20s, so make sure you check your batch levels to ensure you use the proper amount. Dominant terpenes found in GG#4 are Beta Caryphyllene, Limonene, and Alpha Humulene.
Cultivators say you can grow GG#4 both indoors and out and can expect a flowering time of 9 weeks.