Anyone who has been smoking cannabis for the last few years has no doubt come into contact with a member of the Glue family, a set of strains that are as potent as they are famous. Crafted by GG Strains in Las Vegas, Nevada, GlueChee is just another part of this well-known group. By crossing Original Glue, which was once known as Gorilla Glue #4, with Cheese, the team has developed a well-balanced hybrid that’s powerful in just about every way possible.
Unlike her ancestors, GlueChee doesn’t offer an out of your mind level of potency, but she will top out at 24%, making her ideal for more experienced smokers. Her nugs tend to be fairly large and spade-shaped, boasting a mint green color, very thin pistils, and a layer of bright white crystals. If you’re looking for a strain to take you gently by the hand and ease you into your day, this one isn’t it, as one toke of GlueChee bursts onto your palate with flavors of diesel and cheese. She’s strong, to say the least, so if you’re a fan of either type of taste, you’re in for a treat.
Despite her potency, this gal won’t necessarily offer an insane high like many assume. Instead, GlueChee typically starts slowly with a tingle in your body that’s accompanied by a huge rush of euphoria. This mixture of cerebral and physical effects tends to continue, and users often share that they’re able to tap into an advanced state of creativity, focus, and even a bit of energy that leans toward socialization. Take advantage of these effects while you can, because although you won’t likely experience a super crazy comedown, this bud does sometimes include feelings of relaxation that could rob you of your productivity.
GG Strains partners with other retailers across the United States and we’re led to believe that you could potentially find GlueChee seeds there, but upon first glance, your hopes for home cultivation might be dashed. Reports on her growth are limited at best, and it’s assumed that she would do well inside or outdoors, but no one has seemed to confirm that. It’s said that this strain is somewhat difficult to cultivate and matures within 7 to 10 weeks, but beyond that, we’d recommend consulting an experienced grower before going any further.
Since the chances of people successfully cultivating this strain at home seem slim, make sure to keep your eyes out for GlueChee at your local dispensary. It’s a strain that’s popular due to her intense flavors, balanced effects, and of course her nearly famous lineage. After all, when you combine great genetics, would you expect anything less than perfection? Give GlueChee a try when you’re working on projects around the house or, if you’re bold, take her to the office and see if she can help you to get just a few more things crossed off of your task list.