The indica-dominant cannabis strain dubbed Gorilla Dosha is bred by crossing two highly sought-for strains. GG#4 and Do Si Dos. The slow-acting onset of effects is uplifting but sedating as reviewers have claimed. Though the effects tend to creep up slowly users say it’s a potent and potentially psychedelic high. Some were left with difficulty maintaining a stream of thoughts.
Gorilla Dosha’s color pallet is both diverse and vibrant. It produces dark shades of purple and fiery orange hairs embedded in dark forest green leaves. Properly cultivated batches of Gorilla Dosha will produce large and dense resinous buds. In Gorilla Dosha’s round, pistil-packed calyxes are where you’ll find the majority of its amber-colored trichomes. Beneath its unique visual characteristics, users are welcomed by a pleasing and pungent aroma. When opening a freshly cultivated package of Gorilla Dosha, you’re instantly hit with a fresh and fruity scent that’s accompanied by a robust earthy, nutty and herbal taste.
Because Gorilla Dosha’s slow onset of effects tends to creep up, reviewers have warned to take caution when preparing a serving because of its potency. Taking small and controlled doses in moderation might reduce the risk of being completely “couch-locked” and lethargic as users tend to agree. Gorilla Dosha has been recommended by some consumers to help with insomnia, appetite, and stress. Dominant terpenes found in Gorilla Dosha are Alpha-Pinene, Beta-Caryphyllene, and Beta-Myrene, and THC content averages at around 25%.