The strain is not yet very popular, it’s making its way into the consciousness of cannabis heads around the globe. The strain can easily take you into a state of calmness due to its wonderful range of effects.
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It’s not exactly known how ‘Grease Monkey’ has got its name. However, this strain means business as a cannabis cultivator. It is a hybrid cannabis variety that delivers a taste full of skunk and a head-full of composure.
This unique strain is inherited from its acclaimed parents, ‘Original Glue and Cookies and Cream’. The strain is also called ‘Gorilla Glue #4’. The strain is disreputable for its cough-locking effects that can paralyze even the most well-versed of cannabis-heads.
The deep green samples of the grease monkey look like they are plucked right from the tropical rainforest, and the glittering coat isn’t precisely dew. The strain is responsible for the smell that drives out of the leaves of the grease monkey. The robust pungent odor can be unbearable to most cannabis users and could also frighten a rookie.
The strain is a slow starter perniciously slipping and sliding through one’s system. Taking it more than your system can put you in the state of total body paralysis. The grease monkey starts its experience with a strong skunky flavor with the hints of sweet nectar stabbing through the thick sheet of pungent taste. The strain can wake you up for a while and put your body into a state of tranquility.
Q. What is the grease monkey strain yield?
A. It produces 18 ounces (oz.) per square meter indoors and 21 oz. per plant outdoors.
Q. How much THC (Tetra-Hydro-Cannabinol) does the grease monkey have?
A. Up to 25 to 30 percent (%).
Q. What are the origins of the grease monkey strain?
A. The strain was created from a cross between ‘Gorilla Glue #4’ and ‘Cookies and Cream’.
Q. Can the grease monkey treat insomnia, headaches, migraines, and other forms of chronic pain?
A. Yes, it can treat insomnia, headaches, migraines, and other forms of chronic pain.