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Gorilla Biscuit by Seeds of Compassion is an indica-dominant cut bred from crossing the Turpentine pheno of Sensi Star and Stardawg IX. This rare and rather old school blend is named for Methaqualone, also known as quaaludes, a medication which has a sedative and sensual effect on the body. Its effects behave in a similarly sedative manner, leaving the limbs heavy and relaxed. Gorilla Biscuit has a strong terpene profile, smelling intensely of Pine Sol and espresso beans.
“I found the taste just as previously commented: coffee, cheese, pine. The smoke was smooth but that has more to do with the cure than the strain. The effect, however, is what made gorilla biscuit a standout strain to me. As noted the name gorilla biscuit comes from the slang term for quaaludes. I've only taken quaaludes twice in my life, smoking this strain wasn't like that, but it reminded me of it. Smoking gorilla ...”