If you’re familiar with the curing process of major cannabis chains, you’re familiar with how dry buds tend to be. Drier buds are better for weighing when purchasing because you aren’t paying for moisture that heavies them, but drier buds are also sometimes harsher to smoke and crumble easily.
This isn’t the case with a properly cured batch of the strain Glue. It gets its name from the dense and incredibly sticky layer of trichomes that permeates is surface, which is hard to fully rid of even after it’s been cured and packaged.
Its genetics come from the three strains Chem’s Sister, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel. Given its background, you might think its aroma will be of diesel or chemicals. However, this is just an undertone to a very pine-like scent that could remind you of walking through a moist pine forest.
Effects have been reported by some to to lean towards the cerebral as it enhances mood, rids the consumer of stress, and relieves pain found in the head and down the spine. Energy might surge, along with a creative flow coupled with focus. Some reviewers have described it as creating a stoney-feel that allows you to focus and function easily.
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