All About Cookie Glue Weed Strain
Cookie Glue is a hybrid cannabis strain with balanced ratios of Indica and Sativa. The Cookie Glue strain comes from Equilibrium Genetics and has been created thanks to parent strains Cookies and Glue Bx2. The end result is a weed with a lower THC content of 19%, a CBG ratio of 1%, and very low CBD content. All of this makes the buds more suitable for experienced users, but beginners can also try it.
The dominant terpene in this weed is Caryophyllene. The taste of these buds is very fruity, making them more pleasant to smoke. Because of the highly calming effects this plant has, it’s best to use it during the late evening.
Main Effects and Uses of Cookie Glue Weed
The most obvious effect users feel when smoking this strain is that of calmness and relaxation. It takes over the body and mind slowly but ends in sheer relaxation that makes the mind go numb. It also makes users hungry and often very giggly.
Consuming Cookie Glue, whether by smoking it or using it as a wax or oil, may also lead to some side effects like dizziness and dryness of the mouth and eyes.
There are medical uses that come with this weed too. Because of its focus on calming the mind and body, it can help a lot with:
- Bipolar Disorder
Terpenes, Taste, and Aroma
The primary terpene in this cannabis is Caryophyllene. This is accompanied by Ocimene, Sabinene, Phellandrene, and Pinene. What this combination leads to is the generation of a fruity aroma with hints of pine. The taste is also quite fruity, with elements of skunk and nuttiness in there.
After getting the seeds for this plant, growing the buds at home is moderately difficult. The flowering time of the plant is between 50 and 62 days which is on the lower end of the average, so you can expect a decent yield. The yield outdoors is higher than indoors, with the plant reaching heights over 90 inches.