Bold Number 4 has a level of THC 28.2% and CBD 0.041% and harvest date 5/31/2021 followed by test date 6/16/2021. These genetics come from Crossing Gorilla Glue Number 4 to Elite Lemonette, making for a fairly balanced hybrid.
The flower presents with a light green leprechaun hue. The pistil formation seems to be lighter in color than the previous harvest I reviewed. The tricombs look good to the naked eye. AMCO high opinion on look is 9 out of 10.
The nose on this strain presents with a citrus yet gassy aroma. The main terpene that I’m picking up is limonene scent in the background and myrcene giving it a slightly skunky hint. AMCO high opinion on smell is 9 out of 10.
The Cure on this sample is a little bit dry. I plan to put it on a hydration pack to increase the moisture content. I’ve found this helps make it smoke better. I’m very excited to see the tricomb decapitation issue seems to be getting better. I combed over the buds in two 1/8th jars and as you can see in the comparison photographs there is less decapitation. AMCO high opinion on the cure is 9 out of 10 even though it’s a little dry. I’m scoring to reward the fact heads are present.
I rolled a half gram sample of the elite number 4 in a Zig Zag unbleached paper so not to muddle the terpenes. The flavors are very similar to the smell. The terpenes I pick up are limonene, myrcene, maybe even a little linalool. AMCO high opinion on taste is 9 of 10.
In my opinion, the effects of this strain carry mostly are a sativa like cerebral intoxication. This should make it a good product for distraction from pain. The myrcene is effective treatment of pain as well. The limonene terpene, for most patients, will reduce some of the sedation usually caused by high amounts of myrcene and linalool. AMCO high opinion on the effect for pain reduction and PTSD symptom relief is 9 of 10.
AMCO’s high opinion on Elite number 4 by bold is an average of 9 of 10. This has a powerful terpene profile for patients who’s in need of control for pain, PTSD and mood stabilization. The high THC content may be a little much for patients with a low THC toleration. If that is an issue, you may cut the dose two to one or one to one portions with a CBD flower.