CT Pharma is releasing a new strain and it’s called Saturovex. We have no idea how they came about this name, we can only guest it’s celestial. Maybe this strain is so hazy that it’ll make us all see rings. Who knows? What we do know is what the rest of the world calls this lineage.
So what is this new offering?
Saturovex (H) aka Gorilla White Tangie (GG4 x White Tangie Haze)
It appears that CT Pharma crossed their Obalex strain with their Albivex strain for this newest flower. It’s one thing to grow a seed, but to breed plant genetics is another. It adds a whole new level of complexity to the process. As a result of CT Pharma’s hard work, we have a flower offering and a second cut to follow. Saturovex T31 H 9055 and Saturovex SC T31 H 9056 should be delivered to dispensaries as early as today.
Saturovex T31 H 9055 and 9056
CANNABINOID ANALYSIS: THC-A: 30.60% THC: 0.25% CBD: <0.10% CBD-A: <0.10% CBG: <0.10% CBG-A: 1.83%
TERPENE ANALYSIS: ß-Myrcene: 0.28% Limonene: 0.24% Linalool: 0.13% ß-Caryophyllene: 0.44% Terpinolene: 0.23% Humulene: 0.14%
What is to be said of the strains?
Gorilla Glue #4 according to Wikileaf:
Gorilla Glue #4 (also known as GG4) created by GG strains is a Sativa-dominant hybrid, a multiple award-winning strain, famous for its high THC content. It averages 18 to 25 percent THC, but you may find it as high as 32 percent at some dispensaries. The CBD is very low, ranging between 0.05 and 0.1 percent.
This strain gets its name because of the resin that collects on the scissors when trimming. Gorilla Glue #4 has several parents due to extensive backcrossing – Sour Diesel, Sour Dubb, Chem’s Sister, and Chocolate Diesel.
The hybrid strain has won awards at the 2014 Cannabis Cup in both Los Angeles and Michigan. It has been described as a bunch of trichromes with a few buds, leaves, and stalks sticking out.
The aroma is very strong and is mostly diesel with notes of chocolate and coffee, although sweet and earthy is also used to describe it. You’ll be going back for seconds due to the full-bodied and flavorful smoke. The buds are green with orange hairs. It is very dense, spongy, resinous, and covered in trichromes.
Gorilla Glue #4 makes you chill, medical and recreational users, both. It gives a full body melt, despite the Sativa-dominance. The body effect may be a result of the THC/CBD ratio, the terpene profile, and/or the synergistic effects of the cannabinoids. Along with the body buzz, expect uplifting, cerebral effects. Not exactly a strain to use in the morning, Gorilla Glue #4 is more suited to a day off from work or to end the day.
Recreational users will find that the buzz goes straight to the head. The effect is heavy-handed as this is a couch-locking strain. You will feel the effect immediately and it will “glue” you to the couch and deliver relaxation and euphoria.
With low CBD, Gorilla Glue #4 is not for serious medical conditions such as seizures, cancer, and central nervous disorders. It is good for mild and moderate conditions such as headache and insomnia. The indica provides sedating effects for painful disorders like arthritis and slipped discs.
This strain has a reputation for being able to treat disorders that are more mental in origin such as stress, anxiety, and depression. In particular, people with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) have made Gorilla Glue #4 their go-to girl.
Gorilla Glue #4 came into being due to the accidental pollination of a hermaphrodite and therefore, growers advise that even if you get feminized seeds, you should check each plant for pollen sacs in the flowering stage. This strain flowers in 8 weeks and the yield is heavy.
White OG according to Wikileaf:
White OG is an award-winning child of two celebrated strains, The White and SFV OG Kush, taking home the overall prize at the 2010 and 2014 Cannabis Cup. Between its incredible flavors and hard-hitting effects, this sought after heiress bred by Karma Genetics will certainly be your next favorite go-to strain.
With insanely high THC levels around 24% and famous lineage, it’s no wonder as to why it’s taking home awards and slowly become a top-tier strain. These forest green nugs are covered in milky white trichomes and fiery orange hairs, giving it the facade of being hot to the touch. The aromas are sweet and lemony with earthy pine and refreshing wintergreen on the nose. The flavors are rich in citrus and musk, making this a strain to remember.
The high from White OG can only be described as powerfully sedative. After the first hit, you are blinded by the heavy cerebral rush, leaving you hazy and stoned, with an almost complete loss of functionality. This strong high is perfect for an end of day sleep aid or a brain blackout that will last throughout the night. Enjoy it before bed for the full desired effect.
As mentioned above, this strain is ideal for the treatment of insomnia. Its utterly numbing properties will have you off to dreamland with very little effort of your own. Described as a narcotic-like high, this is going to be an uninterrupted rest, so be sure to give yourself plenty of time for it to wear off during the night. As it is a powerful sedative, it is also great for the relief of pain, headaches, cramps, muscle spasms, and muscle tightness.
This is a popular indoor plant with a flowering time of 10 to 11 weeks and will grant you with a high yield if properly cared for. Recommended for intermediate growers and above, you can expect a medium sized plant that smells of citrus and pine. White OG is great for indoor breeders who require a less pungent odor from their plants.
If you are looking for the best night of sleep you’ve had in a long time, you’ve come to the right place. Not only is this strain incredibly enjoyable because of its flavors, but it is a one hitter quitter that will last you longer than most. Enjoy White OG at night after a long and stressful day and feel your worries melt away into this blissful, couch locked high.
Tangerine Haze according to Wikileaf:
Tangerine Haze is a delicious sativa-dominant hybrid with buzzy, thoughtful effects. Originally bred in the Netherlands, this tasty bud was conceived of as a cross between G13 Haze and regional favorite NYC Diesel. What results is a strain with a complex citrus flavor and the kind of high-flying effects that fans of the Haze family have come to appreciate. Its THC content has been measured at between 11% and 21%.
Tangerine Haze tends to have medium-sized flowers that hold a spadelike formation, almost like miniature pinecones. The structure of these buds, however, tends to vary by phenotype, with some appearing compact and dense and others fluffier, with more ragged leaves. In all cases, the leaves themselves are a dark, mossy green and threaded through with vibrant orange pistils. Finally, a dusting of crystalline trichomes gives these flowers a silvery sheen and a very resinous texture.
When properly cured, the most prominent scent that Tangerine Haze’s flowers carry is a tangy citrus odor. Hanging out underneath is a sweet, almost cloying character reminiscent of cotton candy. Meanwhile, grinding up or pulling apart these flowers reveals their Haze lineage, with prominent herbal and vegetal notes. When burnt, Tangerine Haze gives off a very smooth and fruity that tastes vaguely spicy on the exhale.
Like many other strong sativas, Tangerine Haze hits quickly. Smokers may be struck by a sudden increase in cerebral activity, with certain thoughts and concepts occupying more brainspace than they ordinarily might. Many also report cognitive distortions in navigating space and time; depth perception can be altered and a powerful sense of time dilation may set in. Once adjusted to this new mindset, though, smokers find that they are endowed with the energy needed to accomplish a day’s worth of responsibilities, ranging from analytical, work-related tasks to mundane chores.
Fortunately, Tangerine Haze’s sense of focus persists for the duration of the high, maximizing the strain’s payoff. As time passes, a subtle physical high can creep in, relieving muscular tension and calming down any minds that may have become overly active. This strain is unlikely to weigh users down with couchlock, unless dosage is drastically increased. In fact, Tangerine Haze’s ideal combination of mental and physical stimulation make it a good all-purpose enhancement for activities that involve full body and brain coordination, like exercising and playing video games. Because of its active, productive vibes, this is one strain that’s daytime-appropriate. It can be an excellent wake-and-bake contribution to your breakfast spread.
Tangerine Haze’s buzzy properties can also have many benefits for medical cannabis patients. Its mental clarity and lucidity can sustain focus for those with attention deficit disorders. It can also help those with mild to moderate cases of stress and depression to live in the moment and spend their time more consciously and intentionally. Physiologically speaking, Tangerine Haze may numb mild everyday irritations like headaches and nausea. Because it can induce hyperactive, recursive patterns of thinking, this strains is not recommended for those who are prone to paranoia and panic or who have a low tolerance for THC.
While some digital retailers purport to sell seeds of this storied strain, consumers should always investigate a source’s reputation and rating. Alternatively, home growers can obtain clippings from mature, healthy plants of Tangerine Haze in order to foster genetically identical “clones.” The strain can be grown indoors or out, although success outdoors calls for a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Its sativa roots suggest that Tangerine Haze can grow very tall when flowering; indoor growers may want to keep their crop’s’ height in check by pruning plants back early in the vegetative stage. This strain flowers within 9 to 10 weeks when grown indoors.