GMO Weed Strain
History and Genetics
GMO has the buzz behind it, backed up by THC, for smokers who are insanely obsessed with tasting its unique, fiery flavor. The strain can knock you out and put you down, using a somewhat obscure genetic lineage to combat the strains of your broken brain.
Divine Genetics developed GMO with the goal of targeting experienced users who don’t mind a bit extra spice (and a lot of extra kick). The abbreviation for the strain’s name technically refers to a genetically modified organism, but not the kind you should avoid eating in fast food.
We’d like to believe it stands for garlic-mushroom-onion because that’s sort of what it smells like.
You’ll be able to detect its alleged roots as a phenotype of a hybrid between GSC and Chemdawg when you get your hands on this prize gem. THC values of the strain range from 22-30%.
Appearance, Aroma & Flavor
The distinct scent has earned GMO the label “Garlic Cookies.” The aroma begins with a coating of rubber, gas, and chemical deliciousness, which evolves into earthy spices, reminiscent of grassy, spicy pine.
All of these strange odors add up to the aforementioned “garlic, mushrooms, and onions” odor. Let’s put it this way: this is a strain for folks who are used to funk and are ready for more.
When it comes to GMO’s effects, you should take advantage of it at night when you don’t have anything else going on. Relaxation will be persuaded by 24% THC levels (some report as high as 30%), leaving you blissful and tired.
You can stay in the ecstasy for as long as you like, even hours if necessary, but you’ll be laying down couch roots and falling asleep before you know it.
Prices are as follows:
- 1g – $5
- 3g – $15
- 7g – $25
- 14g – $45
- 28g – $85