Glue (GG4) is widely popular for its aroma of rich chocolate and diesel fuel, and its tendency to be powerfully psychoactive. The chocolate elements in the flavor profile are from the synergy of two of Glue's dominant terpenes, Myrcene and Caryophyllene. Myrcene is sweet and skunky, while caryophyllene is woody and spicy. Those scents combined, produce a delicious rich chocolate aroma, which is balanced by gassy citrus notes from Limonene, another of Glue's significant terpenes. Caryophyllene is a known anti-depressant and anti-inflammatory agent, while Myrcene is known to be extremely relaxing, sedative, and fight inflammation. Limonene can lift the mood, provide energy, and relieve stress and anxiety. Another significant terpene found in Glue is Humulene, which has a gingery herbal aroma. Like Myrcene and Caryophyllene, Humulene can be a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. Glue has an average total THC content of 24%, and that, coupled with its terpene profile, gives Glue the potential to provide a highly psychoactive, relaxing, and mood-lifting high.
Total THC: 24%