Gorilla CBD is a hybrid-looking plant with clear Indica predominance. Her internodes aren’t particularly long and her leaves aren’t as thick and as broad as they should be, though. Instead, they are rather sharp and thin. Yet she does look like a bush. In fact, she is super leafy and compact, of medium height.
As for her buds, they’re quite spiky and showcase a very special colouring. During the last days of flowering, they become tinged with a beautiful white shade as a result of her amazing resin yield, which hasn’t been at all hampered by her crushing CBD levels.
Gorilla CBD is a monstrous resin yielder. She’s inherited the massive amount of trichome glands of her predecessor, so her flowers are incredibly sticky. It’s a common belief that high-CBD genetics are unable to produce lots of trichomes, but this strain proves them wrong. It couldn’t really be otherwise. A strain derived from cannabis hybrids as resinous as Dinamed CBD Kush, Dinafem Seeds’ first strain to prove a CBD pure plant can pose as a THC feminised classic, and Gorilla, one of the most resinous varieties in our catalogue, had to be full of resin.
The tastes and aromas of Gorilla CBD are out of this world. The gassy scent inherited from Gorilla is boosted by the classic Kush flavour of Dinamed CBD Kush, making every drag of this amazing strain a memorable experience. It’s very common for CBD genetics to have rather similar tastes due to the CBD strain in them. In this case, though, we’ve managed to modify the terpene profile using an in-house bred CBD pure variety whose flavour is totally different from the one we all associate with CBD. Thanks to this cross, the taste of Gorilla CBD is one of a kind: a delicious mix of Kush and Gorilla. In fact, her taste is as intense as the one found in THC pure strains.
Here’s where this strain really shines: her CBD levels diminishes the amazing power of Gorilla, a hybrid testing above 25% THC that delivers a devastating high. Her 1:2 THC:CBD ratio makes her incredibly balanced. How is this possible? Because her CBD levels being higher than the THC content means that psychoactivity is kept down, and so the narcotic effects of the original strain are now milder.