Wild Gorilla

Wild Gorilla Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
Up to 65 days
Sunny and warm outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, creamy, spicy kush

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Wild Gorilla Marijuana Seeds Information

Bred by Sunset Genetics, this Indica dominant variety is known for its amazing quality yields. This strain is made from crossing the GG4 (Gorilla Glue No. 4) strain with an unknown OG Kush, which are both highly potent strains with amazing resin producing buds.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Wild Gorilla?

This weed tastes much the same way it smells – it combines the delicious tastes of both of its parents and provides a sweet and creamy kush taste that has the perfect hints of spiciness. It leaves a slightly chemical aftertaste due to its high potency. With a GG4 and OG Kush lineage, its effects are expectedly very intense. It launches your mind into a forceful euphoria that is very psychedelic in the beginning. Shapes, patterns, and colors will be amplified. This sensation then becomes a completely sedating effect as high progress. The Indica-side will take over, and you will soon succumb to an immovable state.

What are the medicinal benefits of Wild Gorilla?

The strain’s potency guarantees solid pain relief for many complicated ailments, such as muscle spasms, chronic back pains, gum disease, joint pains, chronic migraines, and many more. It is also helpful for combating disruptive bouts of insomnia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Wild Gorilla?

This strain can cause mild cases of anxiety and nervousness.

How to Grow Wild Gorilla?

This plant has been known to grow inside and outside. It does, however, do best when cultivated in an indoor environment using the SOG (Sea of Green) and SCROG (Screen of Green) setups. When cultivated outdoors, it will reach its ideal state under a sunny and warm climate. The plant grows short with medium internodes that surround a large cola. Trimming is required during the first phases of its vegetative state to promote growth across the different nodes.

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