A rare strain that stems from unknown breeders, Gorilla OG is poised to become a top-shelf bud in no time. Many also call her Gorilla Mango due to some of the rumors about her genetics, but her exact lineage is a bit fuzzy. Most are certain that Gorilla Glue #4 is at play, but whether OG Cookies or Mango Kush is the other parent in the mix remains a secret.
Due to her GG#4 association, Gorilla OG tops out at 22% THC with a high that’s pretty powerful. Round nugs are a dusty green tone and feature nearly clear hairs and tons of resin that’s accompanied by thick trichome coverage. Flavors of mango aren’t as strong as one might think, yet while this fruit is still present, hints of leather, earth, diesel, and spices all play into her taste and aroma, offering an experience that feels luxurious, to say the least.
A true stoner strain, Gorilla OG’s high builds slowly and brings about a sensation of euphoria that lasts for hours. Your mind and body will be buzzing and thoughts may not be quite as clear as they were a few hours ago once her effects fully take hold. The most prominent part of your experience will be the strong sensation of couch lock, making it difficult for you to satisfy the munchies that have crept in. Our advice is to get yourself set up ahead of time with a blanket, pillow, and plenty of food within arm’s reach.
Gorilla OG tends to be one of the more popular choices when it comes to medical ailments, as her strength overpowers all types of issues with ease. Insomnia usually tops the list, as most users feel so tired after a few tokes that they simply pass out no matter how hard they try to fight it. Physical pain is numbed fairly easily with this bud, and your euphoric state of mind won’t allow any negative thoughts associated with stress or depression to come creeping in.
The next time you’ve had a rough day and want to numb yourself to the world, Gorilla OG is the strain to do it with. Potent enough to send you into a state of bliss without being overwhelming for newer users, this strain can be considered as a milder version of GG#4. All in all, we’d say that’s a pretty good sales pitch.