Chocolate Diesel x Chem Sis/Sour Dub
Gorilla Glue #4 also known as GG4 is an award-winning and world-renowned cross of Chem Sis, Sour Dubb, and Chocolate Diesel. It was created by Josey Wales and his friends from GG Strains out of Las Vegas and quickly spawned the attention of every single person that came across it.
Cannabis Cup Winner Gorilla Glue Lineage
The Chem Sis really delivers the perfect Chem funk for this cross that pairs exceptionally well with the heavy sour gas brought on by the Sour Dubb and Chocolate Diesel. Chem Sis first emerged in the mid-1990s and became extremely popular for her uplifting effects that are noticeably apparent in this champion cross. Although still unknown, Sour Dubb is thought to be a cross between East Coast Sour Diesel and Sour Bubble. Sour Dubb also contributes its energetic uplifting effects to the Gorilla Glue #4. Chocolate Diesel is a cross between Sour Diesel and Chocolate Thai. This cross delivers an energizing euphoric effect that is great for stress and fatigue. The Chocolate Diesel brings the euphoric creative traits of the GG#4 cross.
Gorilla Glue #4 Feminized Seeds – What to Expect
Known for its heavy yields in both flower and hash, Gorilla Glue #4 has extremely resinous flowers that put off a distinct sweet chemy gas smell that will have your most critical friends awing at her aromas. This girl checks all the boxes and has proven herself to be one of the strongest Cannabis genetics in today’s market. As your flowers begin to finish during flush you will really recognize the extremely dense glistening resin heads in contrast to the bright yellows and lime green tones of the leaves. If you enjoy an all-day smoke that still packs a strong punch while not making you too drowsy, this Gorilla Glue #4 S1 release is for you. Don’t miss out on your chance to add this award winner to your garden.
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What Are S1 Seeds?
S1 Feminized Seeds are made when a selected female clone (like the GG4) has its genetics reversed to become a male for the purpose of creating pollen. Then that selected pollen is used on one of the original females plants to create a new cross. This process makes new and exciting variations of the original parents dominant traits.