Gelato Profile

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SKU:
TTP-PN-GEL-30

Product Overview

Strain: Hybrid

Fragrance: Sweet, pungent, berry like, creamy

Effects: Soothing, euphoric, happy, giggly

This hybrid strain is named for its dessert-like aroma. A blend of Sunset Sherbet and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies, Gelato is a potent deliverer of restfulness and euphoria. Sweet, pungent, flowery scents bring creativity. Also known as “Larry Bird.”

Fragrance: Sweet, pungent, berry like, creamy

Effect: Soothing, euphoric, happy, giggly

True Terpenes is a leader in precision botanical terpene blends using pure, food grade isolated compounds derived from non-cannabis sources. Each profile is curated using quality analytics to positively reflect their namesake plant. The following information is intended to inform our audience of the origins and cultural significance behind our botanical strain profile.

At starting forward, out of Cookie Farm Genetics, it’s Gelato!!!

Pardon the attempt at introducing this strain like an NBA legend, but Gelato actually has ties to a one of the game’s greatest. Namely, The Hick from French Lick himself, Larry Legend, a/k/a Larry Bird. Unlike other NBA players like Cliff Robinson and Dennis Rodman, among others, this NBA great doesn’t have any ties to the delicious indica that sometimes shares his name. However, Gelato #33 is regarded as the pick of the litter and has since tied itself to the NBA legend’s jersey number. A stretch? Yes, but still cool, right?

Aside from the grasping at straws connecting to professional athletes, Gelato is a strain that is held in high esteem for its stellar lineage and effects that leave consumers in varying states of calm pleasure. Stemming from Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies and Sunset Sherbet, Gelato packs a pungent punch filled with sweet scents including berry and cream. Once combusted, Gelato offers the previously mentioned berry flavor, as well as other possible citrus hints. In fact, its flavor profile is one of the most well-liked strains today. Be warned: this is not a strain for discreet consumption despite how good it will smell.

This indica brings with it a range of effects primarily centered around improving your attitude. From general happiness to having a bout of the giggles to euphoria, Gelato is known to provide a bit of each while helping soothe consumers. Others noted heightened feelings and felt more creative after using Gelato. However, it is worth remembering that this is a strain that packs an above average potency. Additionally, its effects usually kick in rather quickly. So, if you are a beginner or have a lower tolerance, it may be best to work your way up before trying Gelato.

As a strain that is often difficult to grow, Gelato is an always-in-demand flower that leaves consumers feeling the effects early and often. While you won’t melt into the couch like heavier indicas, it certainly leaves consumers with some of the indica effects while filling the room with a pungent aroma that is hard to top. Whether you call it Gelato or Larry Bird, there is a high probability that you’ll end up calling this strain one of the best around.

Gelato-Specific Certificates:
Product Spec | Certificate of Analysis | Safety Data Sheet | Food Safety

Company-Specific Certificates:
ISO 9001:2015 | GMP Certification | FSSC 22000


 

Storage Requirements
Keep in original container, lid securely tightened and away from heat, open flames, sunlight, combustible materials and hot surfaces. No Smoking. Store in a cool dry place. Improper storage can cause terpenes to degrade.

Dilution
Terpene Strain & Flavor-Infused Strain Profiles, Effects-Based Terpene Profiles & Terpene Flavors:
The Terpene products above must be diluted prior to use. (1-5% by total volume). Terpenes are oil soluble and mix well with plant extracts, coconut oil, and more.

Viscosity Extract Modifier:
The Terpene product above must be diluted prior to use. (1-3% by total volume). Terpenes are oil soluble and mix well with plant extracts, coconut oil, and more.

Handle With Care
Can cause skin irritation, do not use PRIOR to dilution.

 

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