Gelato Cake strain
Gelato Cake Strain This dank bud is infamous for its insanely delicious flavor and hugely powerful effects that are fueled.
Even with its slight indica dominance, the high is head heavy in nature and won’t leave you sedated or couch-locked.
It starts with a cerebral head rush that hits you in the forehead with an uplifted euphoria and a sense of slightly focused energy.
These powerful and surprisingly well balanced effects make Gelato the perfect choice for patients suffering from muscle spasms, chronic pain, inflammation, chronic fatigue, and headaches or migraines. Gelato buds have large and lumpy super dense grape-shaped dark forest green nugs with rich purple and orange hairs and a super sticky coating of visible resin droplets.
Wondering Where to Buy Gelato in the USA?
Although Gelato is not the easiest strain to come across here in the USA, it is possible to buy this marijuana type in some of the better-stocked, more well-known cannabis dispensaries (typically recreational shops as opposed to medical).
As is generally the case, your easiest option is probably just to check out the current menu of your local dispensary, as long as you live in one of the legal states out of the 50.
Even if Gelato is not a household name in the majority of pot shops.
Gelato Strain: Aroma, Flavor and Appearance
With an especially prominent and pungent aroma,
It is easy to recognize that there is cannabis in the vicinity when Gelato is near.
For this reason, carrying these buds around is not the most discrete of experiences.
Which might be a dealbreaker for some.
If you don’t mind the sweet stench, though, trust us — it will be worth it.
The cultivators parted ways following its creation, and the cultivator who possesses the most “stable version” of Gelato genetics.
Cookies cultivates a few phenotypes and descendants of the strain named Gelato #42, Dolce Gelato, and a sun-grown Gelato. Sherbinskis grows four stabilized Gelato phenotypes in its rotation as well: Gelato #41 (Bacio Gelato), Gelato #43 (Gello Gelato), Gelato #47 (Mochi Gelato), and Gelato #49 (Acai Berry Gelato). Per Sherbinskis, the #33 phenotype is no longer in cultivation.