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Glue on Fire

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Sour

Effects

  • Calm
  • Creative
  • Dry Mouth

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Doing Nothing

About this Hybrid Strain

When you take a look at the nugs of Glue on Fire, they may actually look like glue on fire. The buds are covered with a thick layer of trichomes that give it a white tone, while thin orange pistils give it a seemingly fire-like appearance. But the name doesn’t just refer to its appearance, it also refers to its lineage, this indica dominant hybrid being the offspring of the strains Gorilla Glue #4 and Face on Fire.

Reviewers have consumed Glue on Fire and reported it creates an extremely relaxed state of being, allowing the mind to focus better on the moment while easing tension and pain in the muscles and joints. A few like using Glue on Fire to stimulate their creative capabilities. Some medical users have used Glue on Fire for stress, chronic pain and occasionally appetite stimulation.

This strain has been found by consumers to have a sour but earthy scent and flavor.

THC levels average around 20% while CBD levels are just slightly higher than your average strain.

When you take a look at the nugs of Glue on Fire, they may actually look like glue on fire. The buds are covered with a thick layer of trichomes that give it a white tone, while thin orange pistils give it a seemingly fire-like appearance. But the name doesn’t just refer to its appearance, it…