Triple G: Prepare For Liftoff
Triple G was born into a prestigious family. Her title serves as a tribute to her powerful and famous ancestors: Gorilla Glue and Gelato. Both of these varieties have taken the cannabis world by storm. They’re known internationally for their superior strength, mind-blowing flavour, and high productivity. We took our own versions of these legends—Green Gelato and Royal Gorilla—to create Triple G.
Our breeders wanted to create something that would rival the world-class genetics of her parents. Triple G is precisely that. She features a massive THC level and dessert-like flavours to please the body, mind, and taste buds in kind. Overall, she’s a formidable indica-dominant beast (85% indica).
EFFECTS, FLAVOUR, AND AROMA
A word of warning: don’t underestimate Triple G! Novice smokers should approach this strain with the utmost caution. Take things one toke at a time. Her bulbous flowers appear like they’re ready to release a sea of shiny resin. This psychoactive nectar contains a THC content of 26% that will elevate your mind within seconds. Experienced smokers will feel an immediate rush of euphoric energy light up the central nervous system. Although these feelings are enjoyable, they might cause anxiety in less-experienced smokers.
If you can handle the high, get ready for a fantastic ride of deep contemplation, creativity, and introversion. Triple G also offers profound therapeutic potential for those seeking symptomatic relief. Give her a shot if you experience appetite loss, insomnia, or chronic pain.
Tastes of rich chocolate, berries, and candy augment these effects. The sensory bombardment doesn’t stop there. Expect pungent aromas of earth, spice, and diesel.
GROWING TRIPLE G
Triple G forms a dense canopy of narrow, spiky flowers. These buds are laden with bright orange pistils and a thick coating of trichomes. Her heavy indica dominance results in a bush-like shape, which makes her easier to manage than most. Growers can utilise topping and pruning to expose her bud sites to equal light. She deals with indoor and outdoor conditions equally well and provides a medium yield in both environments.