Indica

GG #5

Nighttime

Taste & Smell

Effects

Pairs Well With

About this Indica Strain

GG #5 is an Indica-dominant cannabis strain, bred by crossing Sister Glue and GG #4. It has a diverse lineage of genetics, flavors, aromas, and effects. Consumers suggest it to be a slightly more potent strain than its predecessors, due to its rich terpene profile and THC content. Also known as "New Glue," GG #5 was first bred and cultivated by the growers at GG Strains in Las Vegas, Nevada. Its sedative onset of effects is known to leave users in a "couch-lock" state, making it challenging to maintain cognitive functions. Users who've tried GG #5 have recommended it to be used in the evening or before preparing to take a rest for the day.

This strain has tight, compact, fern green buds with wide horn-shaped calyxes, coated with a white frost of crystalline trichomes and vivid orange pistils. GG #5's appearance resembles to its parent strain GG #4. Its aroma can also leave a slight reminiscence of its lineage, emitting a smell that can only be described as potent and intense, with notes of diesel, pepper, and earth, paired with sweet and skunky undertones. Consumers can also expect to be given a sweet, diesel, and earthy flavor, followed by a skunky aftertaste.

Reviewers searching for strains to alleviate symptoms of mild chronic pain, stress, and insomnia have said they have found what they are looking for in GG #5. Some users noted that GG #5 may produce a case of the munchies and dry eyes.

The dominant terpenes found in GG #5 are Beta-Caryophyllene, Alpha-Pinene, and Beta-Myrcene, while THC content has been known to reach levels of up to 21%.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 21.3%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.851%
Alpha Pinene: 0.632%
Beta Myrcene: 0.481%

Lineage


Frequently Asked Questions About GG #5

What is GG #5?

GG #5 is an Indica-dominant cannabis strain, bred by crossing Sister Glue and GG #4.

What does GG #5 mean?

GG #5's name is originated by it's breeder because of it's parent strains Sister Glue and GG #4.

Where does GG #5 come from?

GG #5 is bred by crossing the genetics of the strains Sister Glue and GG #4.

What does GG #5 smell like?

GG #5's aroma has a slight reminiscence of its lineage, with a rich terpene profile, combined to emit a smell that can only be described as potent and intense, with notes of diesel, pepper, and earth, along with sweet and skunky undertones.

What does GG #5 taste like?

Consumers can expect a sweet, diesel, and earthy flavor followed by a skunky aftertaste.

What color does GG #5 have?

GG #5 produces tight, compact, fern green buds, with wide, horn-shaped calyxes, coated with a white frost of crystalline trichomes and vivid orange pistils.

What effects does GG #5 have?

GG #5's sedative onset of effects are often described by users as leaving them in a "couch-lock" state, making it challenging to maintain cognitive functions.

Is GG #5 an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

GG #5 is an Indica-dominant strain.


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