The dense Gelato Split buds are made up of an even mix of coiled olive-green and purple leaves. Bushy bundles of bright, orange pistils, are generously scattered throughout, while a frost of white crystal-trichomes cements the buds together.
The odor is rich with orange-citrus and pine, and even has hints of mint. The taste is even fruitier, with a tangy, orange flavor, and a pleasant mint-chocolate aftertaste.
Part of the popularity of this strain has to do with its potency, as it rarely, if ever tests under 20% THC. Considering the massive amount of cultivators that grow Gelato Split, that kind of consistency is extremely reassuring. 2 hits is all it takes for many users of this slightly indica-dominant hybrid to begin to experience its magic. 2 more is all it takes to soar into a blissful cerebral euphoria, as described by our very happy reviewers. This potent hybrid is highly sought after for stress and pain relieving characteristics that many use it for. It is no surprise that the dominant terpenes are Humulene and Linalool, which have been associated with pain relief, anti-inflammation, and stress/anxiety relief.
Scoring extremely high in user reviews for anxiety and pain reduction, this delicious hybrid is one of the rare indica-dominant strains that consumers say suppresses appetite. This makes is an excellent strain to consider for those users watching their caloric intake. Its potency also reportedly gives users a trippy euphoria, with an uncanny ability to focus, which was great news to reviewers with ADD! A potent hybrid that feels like it has sativa-dominant edge, with positive reports on uses for pain and mood, has caused Gelato Split soar in popularity recently. Now, it is grown by many cultivators and available at dispensaries all over the United States.