~ Glue Ball gets its genetics from Original Glue crossed with Snowball. This strain’s lineage goes back to big names like The White, Chemdawg, and OG Kush. This 60% Indica dominate hybrid is well known to treat chronic pain, depression, headaches and stress.
~ The look rates 8 out of 10. This eighth of an ounce sample is made up of 3 pingpong sized buds and three marble sized buds. The coloration is pretty similar but the green hues of the leafy green vegetation is broken up by light purple spots. There is a couple bright yellow pieces on the flower that may have been a late formed pollen sack or possibly light damage.
~ The smell rates 9 out of 10. The scent of sweet dark berries and Myrcene’s skunkiness are the most noticeable. There are some sour notes mixed with a little fuel aroma in the background when I cut into it.
~ The cure rates 8 out of 10. This sample has a 15 day cure that left the tricombs milky white and less than 20% are clear. The isn’t a large amber percentage. It passed the squeeze taste as the bud quickly rebounded to its original shape. It has a nice slow burn when wrapped in an OCB Virgin paper than some samples with lesser moisture.
~ The taste rates 7 out of 10. The flavor of this strain is hard to nail down. It’s not as strong of a fuel taste as the last review. It has an almost liquid smoke flavor mixed with berry notes. Its not bad, just not ideal in my high opinion..
The effect rates 8.5 out of 10. The effect is cerebral but there is a body effect that seems to come and go. I find it strange. This sample is effective for muscle relaxation more so than nerve pain.
~ Over all this sample of Glue Ball rates 8.1 out of 10.