$270.00 – $1,900.00
Gelatti is a rare evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through a cross of the delicious Gelato X OG Biscotti strains. Known for its insanely delicious flavor and lifted high, Gelatti is perfect for any hybrid lover. Gelatti packs a sweet and sour fruity berry high with a touch of sharp menthol upon exhale that intensifies the more that you toke. The aroma is very similar, although with a touch of gassy pungency to it, too. The Gelatti high settles in almost as soon as you exhale, smashing into your mind with a bright euphoria that leaves you feeling energized and focused. As your mind settles into this state of happiness, you’ll feel an influx of creativity and a mental clarity that’s perfect for jumping on your to-do list. A sharp pang of hunger comes next, getting you up and reaching for anything in sight that you can snack on. With these effects and its super high 20-23% average THC level, Gelatti is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as ADD or ADHD, chronic stress, depression, appetite loss or nausea and chronic fatigue. This bud has dense and sticky grape-shaped bright neon green nugs with thin orange hairs, light purple undertones and a coating of light purple crystal trichomes.
Gelatti is a hybrid marijuana strain bred by crossing Gelato and Biscotti. This strain is hard to find outside of California (like most strains from Cookies). The effects of Gelatti are known to be relaxing. Gelatti packs a punch with dense, kushy nugs that come with big oily trichomes.
The straight gas terpenes will make any old school OG lover’s day with a thick mouthful that coats your senses as you exhale into a stoney haze.
25 people reported 150 effects
76% of people report feeling happy
68% of people report feeling relaxed
52% of people report feeling euphoric
44% of people report feeling uplifted
32% of people report feeling sleepy
16% of people report feeling dry eyes
12% of people report feeling dry mouth
8% of people report feeling dizzy
8% of people report feeling headache
4% of people report feeling anxious