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Case: Gorilla'd Cheese Budder (extract)  

 

File Date: 08/10/2019


Case No: 0294

officer Dick Downey's Pot Report Marijuana / Cannabis Concentrate / Wax Product Review

Gorilla'd Cheese Budder

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REPORT:

"Drinking in L.A." By Bran Van 3000








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Method of Extraction: Butane

Form: Budder

Type: Sativa-dominant Hybrid (% breakdown unknown)

Genotype
Gorilla’d Cheese   =   Gorilla Glue #4  X  Clementine #46

This is an in-house bred strain.

Cultivator: Revolution

This an in-house bred strain. 

Purchased On:
07/26/2019​

Packaged On:
07/19/2019​​

Manufactured On:
07/02/2019​

Delivery Method Used(s):
Clean, glass dab rig and a quartz nail

Net Weight:
1g

Purchase Price:
$60, + tax


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Cannabinoids Profile
:
THCa 85.95%; THC 1.85%; CBDa 0.24%; CBD 0.28%  (LK Pure Labs)


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Physical Characteristics:
soft and fudgy.   ​

Terpene Profile:
 I did not request the lab report for this sample, so I will not be providing the specific terpene levels for this product.

Who knew that when you combine GG#4 and Clementine you get cheese-like terps? Apparently, Revolution knew, because that is the result. Yes, in its intact state, this budder imitated (I say “imitated” because there is no Cheese lineage and the effects do not really resemble those of any true Cheese strain.) the smell of a fermented cheese. That said, if you smell it carefully and with intent, you’ll be able to parse out the lineage. The Clementine is the big cheese influencer. If you don’t focus too much, the aroma is cheesy. When smoked, I tasted mostly GG#4 dankness and mild gas with a noticeable cheese on the inhale and sweet, orange citrus on the exhale.

TIPS: I’ve found that this strain of budder evaporates easily, even at lower temps. Low temperature dabbing is mandatory to achieve the most flavorful and potent experience. I’d even suggest ‘cold starting’ a dab with this one. To learn about terpenes, see the Terpenes Library.

Effects:
Starts with an uplifting cerebral boost that meets up with a generous dose of body melt, which culminates into a fairly heavy high that may or may not chill you to the couch, depending on your dosage and tolerance. Can get a little heady at times at moderate and high doses.       

 
Duration of Effects:
2+ hours

May Help With:
Helped with getting stuff done. May also help with depression, mood stabilizer, mild aches and pains, appetite, focus, nausea (and more) ​

Rating:
4.5/5
A creative genetic mash-up that works well together.    


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