Elmer's Glue Reviews
"pretty good strain. easy to control how high you want to get. nice body buzz with a head high that's not too impairing."
"Vaporized in a Da Buddha I’m not a fan of gorilla glue on its own. For whatever reason it does not work with my brain as it does others. The addition of the white, changes it completely. I actually like to use this strain with others to make it more uplifting for daytime or with an indica to help me sleep. This strain always helps with my nausea and headaches. Definitely feels more like medicine in my system rat..."
"Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? This is what you will be asking yourself when you pucker your lips for the first draw of Elmer's Glue. It is so smooth! Gentle on the lungs and a light taste that doesn't leave your mouth feeling like a bowl of cotton! My first hit had me focused on an area of pain in my back, but it went away after a few minutes. As far as head highs go, I think this is a relatively ligh..."
"I have had a surgery recently and the healing process has caused nausea, high blood pressure and pain. This knock it right out. At the end of the high, I went right to sleep. It smells like pine...lol. Earthy tasting. Wish I took a picture. Great crystal on the buds and a beautiful green."
"Very nice. I have bad chronic pain especially when I wake up. I rolled a joint and it’s already helping, very relaxing."
"If you use a bong be prepared to only do 2 hits. This stuff is potent! I love it, less weed and the better I feel. It’s hard to type but my chronic pain flare up is gone, feel focused."
"My dry eyes don’t care. Because I’m stoned stupid right now. "
"I’ve tried a number of different strains and this one of by far my favorite. This is perfect for anyone who has depression, or has been feeling low and like they can’t get outside of the house. For me, all of my worries went away, I felt as if there was no reason to feel anxious or sad anymore, I could think clearly and was coherent enough to interact with others, I wanted to get out and explore (and did not have a..."