Gelato, sometimes referred to as “Larry Bird” and “Gelato #42,” is a well-balanced hybrid strain created by crossing thin mint Girl Scout cookies with sunset sherbet. This strain’s harmonious indica/sativa ratio results in a euphoric high and powerful feelings of relaxation. Customers who have smoked Gelato claim that the strain’s effects start to kick in rapidly. You’ll experience pain, numbness and relaxation, as well as cerebral stimulation and productivity. With a THC content of 17%, Gelato is one of the most potent medical marijuana strains available, providing pain, exhaustion, and sleep-related relief to users. The heavy-handed effects this strain provides will appeal to people with a high THC tolerance, but novice users may want to approach this THC powerhouse with caution. Gelato has a sweet flavour with fruity and creamy undertones and scents. Growers claim that this variety results in buds with dark purple blooms, blazing orange hairs, and a smooth white coating of crystal resin. The cost of gelato is $12 on average per gramme. It’s not surprising that Gelato has been used to create a number of other premium Gelato strains, including Gelato#3, Gelato#33, Gelato#41, and Gelato#45, given that it has attained legendary status among cannabis lovers.
In 2018, the term “gelato” was a popular search term.
“More than any other strain, online consumers looked for the strain details and availability of Gelato at dispensaries around them for approximately 435,000 hours in November alone.”
The powerful effects of gelato, which have been called a “forceful sense of joyful euphoria and physical relaxation that can be quite the ride,” are well known and highly sought for.
Naming a strain after a personality has been the cannabis community’s ultimate tribute.
Breeders in California revealed a variety of phenotypes for the Gelato strain, which are used to identify innate characteristics. The strain is most frequently connected with phenotype number 33, hence the name Larry Bird, which is the former number of the basketball player.
Gelato’s buds are smaller than those of other strains. What the strain lacks in size, it makes up for in appearance. According to Colorado breeders, “her buds typically blossom in dark purple hues, highlighted by blazing orange hairs and a sparkling white layer of crystal resin.”
Gelato is more of a peaceful, joyful head high than it is a “on the couch” type of high. It’s great for settling down after a long day, but you still need to make supper and put the kids to bed, so you take a little trip to feel at ease.
Caryophyllene, limonene, and humulene are the three most prominent terpenes discovered in Gelato, listed in decreasing order. But they vary depending on the producing facility. We’ve provided one of our certificates of analysis with you so you can have a closer look at the Cannavative Gelato in particular (you can ALWAYS ask your budtender to see the COA of any product purchased at a dispensary for future reference). We at Cannavative are proud of ours.
Caryophyllene This terpene has a flavour that is unmistakable and reminds people of oregano, black pepper, cinnamon, and cloves. It has anti-inflammatory properties.It also serves as a cannabinoid.
Limonene exists in lemons. anti-inflammatory and anti-depressant. This terpene has a lemony flavour and increases the effects of THC and CBD by activating adenosine receptors.
Humulene This distinct-smelling terpene is also present in hops, which contributes to the earthy and spicy flavours that some beers have.
If you want to know why something is popular, just compare it to why people enjoy the Italian Riviera in the spring. With its sweet aroma, appealing green buds with rich purple undertones, and blazing orange hairs, our Gelato strain is no exception. Even when you’re just hotboxing your car in the driveway, it usually has a potent substance that will make you feel like you’re on vacation in Italy.
The Advantages of the strain:
This top-shelf hybrid Gelato strain is of the highest calibre.
Why is a strand considered “top shelf”? Most dispensaries categorise their products using the word “top-shelf” (if you don’t believe us, ask your budtender on your next visit)… Top-shelf cannabis flowers will have a pleasing look, appealing terpene scents and flavours, and a high concentration of cannabinoids.
A cannabis dispensary’s flower products often fall into one of three categories: low-, mid-, or top-shelf. These divisions are intended to show quality, and the prices reflect this.
CONSUMER REVIEW OF COLORADO BREEDERS: I realise this is a strange remark, but this strain made me feel fantastic. However, not in that sense. I felt good about myself as a result. The strain rated “raises self-esteem” should have a different label. My first vote would be on this.