Glueball, also known as Glue Ball or GlueBall, is a slightly Indica-dominant strain bred by crossing Original Glue with Snowball. Its genetics consist of 60% Indica and 40% Sativa, making it have a dominant relaxing effect that can cause couchlock. This hybrid marijuana strain is very potent, with THC averaging 25-26%.
Glueball Strain Review
Glueball marijuana strain is a relatively short plant, growing to about 30-60 cm indoors or outdoors. At maturity, this hybrid strain produces heart-shaped buds. It has medium-sized, bright green water leaves. The nuggets are covered with a layer of sticky white crystal trichomes and bright orange hairs. You can also recognize its buds from their sticky resins.
Since Glueball comes from easy-to-grow parents, we can safely assume that it is easy to grow. According to sources, this hybrid marijuana strain cultivation difficulty is rated easy to moderate. Glueball shows high resistance to pests and diseases. But since it produces dense buds, pruning is often necessary to encourage ventilation. The only downside of growing Glueball is that it takes a long time to flower. You will wait about 9-10 weeks to flower, and the yield is relatively low. Expect about 0.5-1 ounce per square foot indoors and 10-15 ounces per plant outdoors.
Glueball is an aromatic hybrid strain with a diesel-like scent that may turn pungent on exhale. It also has undertones of zesty citrus and fresh woody pine. Its flavor profile also takes after the aroma but is dominated by zesty citrus and fresh pine. These become more pronounced as the buds burn in smoke. Some users have also reported notes of diesel and subtle hints.
Glueball is a highly potent marijuana strain with a fast-acting high characterized by a fast rush of cerebral effects. When this initial feeling of amplified strength subsides, you will be giggly and uplifted. As it fades further, an unfocused bliss sets in, and your entire body gets numb. You can blackout into a buzzing, sedated couch-lock if you take a relatively high dose of Glueball.