Smell: Crazy Glue is more distinct on the nose than its Glue forefather, carrying sweet vanilla notes of Kush with a slight metallic funk. The creamy and sour battle is rounded out with a chalky soil aroma, adding some much-needed earthiness.
Ever come up with a joke or an idea that seemed great, only to find out that someone else had thought of the same thing? While the discovery doesn’t kill every original fiber in your body, it’s pretty deflating — and just about unavoidable in capitalism. Consider the craft-beer industry, which is so heavy on pun-filled names that lawsuits and cease-and-desists have created lifelong enemies within it. If cannabis genetics and names could be registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, there’d be plenty of assholes lining up with legal action in this field, too.
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Colorado’s Crazy Glue, a child of the Bank Genetics, is known for taking users on a bungee jump: One minute you’re falling down a pit of stony confusion, the next you’re ready to clean the kitchen. That up-and-down high and heavy THC content can leave even regular users blunted like a rookie, including your boy. I couldn’t help but judge myself as I cleaned out a tub of Trader Joe’s cookies and a frozen pizza, high as a college space cadet.
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Looks: Like Gorilla Glue, Crazy Glue is oozing with trichomes and flocked in white. Crazy Glue is generally a darker forest green, though — almost like a lighter, more resin-glazed version of Bubba Kush, with circular, dense buds and wide calyxes.
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Effects: Crazy Glue’s potency intensifies a multi-layered high that zaps concentration and decision-making, so anything more than stereotypical stoned activities is a challenge. You’re not necessarily devoid of energy, but you might lack the ability to direct it. And prepare to be hungry, no matter how full you were before toking. Medical benefits have included treating certain eating and sleeping disorders, as well as stress and minor aches and pains.
Colorado’s Crazy Glue, a child of the Bank Genetics, is known for taking users on a bungee jump: One minute you’re falling down a pit of stony confusion, the next you’re ready to clean the kitchen. The strain is a potent hybrid of Gorilla Glue and Bubba Kush.