Elmer’s Glue is a crossbreed of Gorilla Glue #4 and The White. It is said to be an improvement on GG4’s flavor and trichome. This strain still has its sharp astringent, pine, and fuel aroma while being complemented by its sweet and earthy tone. This strain’s plant is relatively average, including its height, yield, and flowering time.
Elmer’s Glue Specifications
Flowering Period: 9-10 weeks
Flavors: Sweet, pine, pungent
THC Level: 18-27%
Growing Difficulty: Novice
What are the Effects of ELMER’S GLUE?
The effects of this strain are best described as high feelings of euphoria, happiness, upliftment and mood boost. Although it is a slow acting strain that usually takes around 10-15 minutes before it takes effect
What are the Medical Benefits of ELMER’S GLUE?
Elmer’s Glue can also have many uses for medical cannabis patients. Its initially cerebral effects can help those with attention deficit disorders to concentrate on a single task. Its later sedation, meanwhile, can temporarily treat the symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety. Elmer’s Glue can also dull physical pain, whether it’s serious and chronic or everyday inflammation like a headache. In the right set and setting, this sleepy bud can even help insomniacs enjoy a restful sleep. Because of the intense, introspective thought patterns that come at its onset, patients who are prone to panic or paranoia should consume this strain with some caution.
What are the Negative Effects that you can expect from ELMER’S GLUE?
The negative effects of Elmer’s Glue are a lasting dry mouth, moderate paranoia, dry eyes, anxiousness, and slight dizziness.
Tips for Growing ELMER’S GLUE
Elmer’s Glue is sold online by Relentless Genetics but is not as widely available as other strain’s seeds. Therefore, most growers opt to do cloning from clippings from mature plants. This strain can be grown indoors or outdoors and can survive the typical cannabis greenhouse setup. Growing this strain outdoors calls for adequate daytime and sunlight with a semi-humid climate. This bushy plant also requires pruning and trimming of the broad fan leaves that can block the plant. In the 9-10 weeks flowering cycle, this plant can be harvested for an average yield.