Locktite Strain Spotlight

Locktite is the beautiful love child of Gorilla Glue #4 and Mt Rainier. Another exclusive from Green Rush Lead Grower Blake Brush, formerly of RedEyed Genetics. Locktite is a sativa-hybrid that is testing upwards of 24 percent. “Our goal with Locktite was to add structure to the Gorilla Glue #4 and tighten up the internodes,” per RedEyed Genetics on Seed Finder. Gorilla Glue #4 by Josey Whales is a staple parent in many of Green Rush’s exclusive strains. The bag appeal and strong hybrid effects, that will lean sativa or indica, depending on who you ask.

Mt. Rainier is the product of crossing Northern Lights #5 and White Lotus. Named after the Pacific Northwest mountain for the blizzard of trichomes covering the flowers. This strain carries the visual ascetics from the White Lotus and the relaxing indica effects from the Northern lights lineage. Mt. Rainier is a heavy indica-hybrid that is all about effect. The White Lotus has a citrus terpene profile and strong indica effects that aid with depression, via Leafly.

Locktite Strain Spotlight

The Locktite flowers have a large, fluffy structure. The pale green flower allows the thick orange hairs and slathering of trichomes that take center stage. Smoking this, you get a citrus and diesel aroma from the White Lotus that has stimulating mental effects. A powerful body relaxation right behind it from the Northern Lights. This is a good strain for day and night time use, just make sure you clear your schedule to take advantage of Locktite’s potent effects. Just as the name suggests, Locktite will lock you down.

*GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

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