Dispensary: Fat Buds Weed Shop
Rating: 4.5 leaves
The wedding glue bud I am reviewing is a thing of beauty. It is a large, dense, sticky, dusty, hairy, light green and orange mass of cannabis goodness. Cannabis does not have to be beautiful for me to enjoy or be tempted by it . . . but this bud is something special.
The essence of this bud is as alluring as the aesthetics. The first and most evident odor is a pungent vanilla with strong citrus accents; a very rich, fancy, uptown smell. Wedding Glue is for sure a highso girl. It is easy to imagine this bud walking around EmQuartier with some poor schmuck boyfriend lagging behind carrying her purse and shopping bags.
When vaped, the initial flavors are of citrus and vanilla which give way to a more piney and menthol finish. The menthol finish was surprising, but welcome as it brings this strain away from the realm of dessert and back to the world of cannabis.
The initial effects of Wedding Glue are a light and gradual head high and slight relaxation in the body. Users will feel uplifted and happy, engaged, satisfied and content. There is no initial burst of energy or creativity, but users will maintain the same level of energy they had prior to partaking in their herb. The high plateaus for a while, and users may be tempted to sample more of their herb. However, this plateau is just a delay, before the more indica effects of the strain set in. Indeed, once the indica effects begin they move faster and incorporate the entire body. A strong and pleasant tingling will descend and fully relax the user—eventually moving to a clean and deep sleep.
I would recommend Wedding Glue to experienced indica fans. The taste and odor have deep characters which are worth experiencing. The effects are very light on the sativa side and more developed, though not overly heavy or incapacitating, on the indica side. Indica lovers will be thrilled by the strain. Novice users should approach this strain with a bit of caution—the effects of this strain are deep, pleasant, and long lasting, but they need to be aware of the early plateau of effects.