Don’t be deceived by the name of this Indica strain. It is not derived from seafood, but rather from its scent that resembles bubble gum. Users enjoy its sweet and fruity aroma, which carries over into its flavor when smoked.
When observing the Gumbo buds, one may notice that they are mostly round and covered in deep shades of green with burnt orange pistils. The THC levels typically range from high teens to low 20s, and both experienced and novice users have reported enjoying its effects.
According to reviewers, Gumbo tends to induce sedation or increase appetite. Some individuals have utilized this strain to aid with insomnia, eating disorders, as well as pain management and muscle spasms.
Gumbo contains higher levels of the terpene Beta-Myrcene, which could explain its sedating properties, as Myrcene has been associated with sleepiness or a “couch-lock” effect.
Cannabinoid Lab Data:
– THC: 18.71%
Terpene Lab Data:
– Beta Myrcene: 0.0836%
– Alpha Pinene: 0.0348%
– Beta Caryophyllene: 0.0305%
My Review of the Gumbo Strain:
Man, this Gumbo is something else, dude! I mean, take a big inhale and let those flavorful spices and seasonings dance on your taste buds. It’s like a potent concoction of a Cajun party in my mouth. The rich, smoky flavors from the Andouille sausage and the tender chunks of chicken are insane, man. And don’t even get me started on the okra and the perfectly cooked shrimp, it’s like a psychedelic trip into flavor town. It’s hearty, warming, and just plain mind-blowing. This Gumbo is the ultimate munchies cure for those who seek a taste explosion worth going green for.