About Candy Glue
Candy Glue is a powerhouse, fast-flowering strain bred by Lineage Genetics from a couple staple favorites, Gorilla Glue #4 and Zkittlez. Not to be confused with Kandy Glue, which has some Kush in it, Candy Glue is ideal for fans of extracts and fast-flowering, high-THC crops with powerful effects to back them up. It’s tasty and high in trichomes to ensure your evenings will never be boring when Candy Glue is around.
Green Fire Genetics listed the indoors as the preferred growing environment for Candy Glue, with a mid-flowering time of around 57 days and an average yield. The strain produces a high volume of terpenes and trichomes, making it ideal for experiments in new extracts and concentrates. These terpenes include ample amounts of AlphaPinene, BetaCaryophyllene, BetaMyrcene, and BetaPinene. This gives the strain its piney, outdoorsy flavors mixed with spicy herbs on the exhale. It also borrows a touch of nuttiness from its Girl Scout Cookies lineage, which it comes to honestly by way of its Zkittlez parent.
We recommend using the strain at night for the best experience, as its strong high can induce a powerfully tasty feeling of sleepiness. Its 25% average THC levels should be your clue to use Candy Glue in the evening when you can handle it. You can use this strain to pacify your overactive brain and feel refreshed and relaxed physically as you drift off to sleep. People sometimes talk about “revelations” when they’re high, you know? This is a strain that can produce those.
The sweet, earthy flavors with hints of skunk, nuts, and pine have been helping people feel euphoric, pain-free, and hungry since 1937. This strain is an old-timer. If you suffer from a loss of appetite or an excess of stress, your evenings could use a dose of Candy Glue to hold them together. She’s physically soothing in any form you can buy some, including vapes, edibles, tinctures, flowers, and concentrates.
This mouth-watering strain leans Sativa and leaves its users always wanting more. Stressful evenings when you don’t necessarily want to go outside can be invigorated using Candy Glue to give yourself a full dose of pine and herbs. Outdoor growers passionate about getting a September-flowerer high enough in trichomes and a ton of concentrates may flock to Candy Glue. However, indoor growing is best, especially if you’re in the heart of mid-California and you have some Candy Glue on hand.