Gelonade is Sativa-dominant marijuana (70% Sativa and 30% Indica) bred by Connected Cannabis. It resulted from crossing lemon Tree and Gelato #41. These are all potent strains, and their genetics makes Gelonade one of the best cannabis strains on the market. Gelonade cannabis strain is an award winner, taking first place in the 2018 High Times Cannabis Cup in the best Sativa flower category. It boasts a high THC of about 22-16%, but other phenotypes clocks in at 30%.
GELONADE IS EASY TO GROW AND CAN PERFORM WELL INDOORS AND OUTDOORS. IT TAKES 7-9 WEEKS TO FLOWER.
Gelonade Strain Review
Gelonade is a relatively short plant that sprouts in dense, thick nuggets. These are coated by a thick layer of frosty purple-tinted white crystal trichomes and orange hairs sticking out. You can identify this marijuana strain with its grape-shaped minty green nuggets and other features already mentioned.
You might think growing Gelonade is difficult, but the opposite is actually true. This strain is easy to grow and can be cultivated indoors or outdoors, depending on your choice. It takes about 7 weeks to flower indoors and yields 400 g per square meter. Outdoors growers should be ready for harvesting in late September and expect to bag in 500 g per plant.
The dominant terpenes in Gelonade are Linalool, Ocimene, Caryophyllene, and Limonene. These give it its characteristic smell of flowers, sweet vanilla, and citrusy. It also exudes citrus and berry flavors and undertones of doughy, cookie-like flavor. Gelonade produces smooth smoke that is delicious and enjoyable, a characteristic it borrowed from its parents.
The Gelonade’s high is as enjoyable as its aroma and taste. However, it can be deceiving because it acts slowly. It takes time to take over you. So, consider taking a puff and wait for some minutes if you are new to this strain. The high begins with a tingle behind the eyes and at the back of the neck. It then takes the whole of your body captive. It will leave you lifted, energized, sedated, and relaxed. Some prefer it for daytime use just before a social event.
- Dry mouth
- Dry eyes