Artizen Cannabis Galactic Glue Is Potent & Tasty

Learn More About The Galactic Glue Strain From Artizen

The Galactic Glue strain is something I’ve passed over many times, but once I found out what the genetics were, it became something I sought out. Galactic Glue is a cross between GG#4 and Gobstopper. Formally known as Gorilla Glue #4, but was changed to GG for copyright reasons, is one of the most popular strains in the state. It’s common to see four or five different brands offering a GG#4 in the same store.

Gobstopper is the main reason I love Galactic Glue. Gobstopper is a cross between Candy Diesel and Vortex. It has strong berry aromas with a sour-funk on the backend that reminds me of a bag of  Sour Patch Kids.

Galactic Glue has the sour and funky berry aroma like Gobstopper does. The effects will calm your mind and body, allowing you to focus more on the task at hand. The GG#4 influence brings a long-lasting potency to the Galactic Glue strain.

The Galactic Glue strain is useful for post-workout. You can relieve your muscles and body and keep your mind on pace for the rest of your day. Artizen offers this strain for $14 per gram and $45 per 3.5 grams.

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