Strain Spotlight: Gelonade

Gelonade is a highly sought-after hybrid strain created by crossing Lemon Tree with Gelato #41. On top of its direct parents, Gelonade also boasts legendary strains like OG Kush and Girl Scout Cookies in its lineage – a surefire recipe for an amazing strain.

Gelonade is known for its sweet and tangy aroma, with notes of lemon and berries. The flavor is similar, with a sweet and sour taste and a hint of creaminess. The taste is quite pleasant and it can remind you of a fresh lemonade on a hot summer day. The creamy undertone adds a nice balance to the sourness of the lemonade. It is a pleasant and satisfying smoke that can leave a sweet and refreshing aftertaste in your mouth.

The strain is known for its balanced effects that can provide both a euphoric and relaxing experience. The effects of Gelonade can provide both a euphoric and relaxing experience. 

It may help to alleviate stress, anxiety, and depression, as well as to improve mood. The strain may also provide some pain relief, making it a great option for those who suffer from chronic pain. Additionally, it can help to stimulate appetite, making it a great option for those who suffer from lack of appetite or nausea.

The THC content can range from 22%-26% with the average being 24%, so it may not be suitable for novice tokers. Gelonade buds are usually dense and covered in trichomes with purple hues and orange hairs.

Originally Gelonade was quite a hard strain to come by, common in dispensaries across the West Coast but tough to find anywhere else. The fact you can now find Gelonade weed seeds for sale online is a massive boost for those looking to get their hands on this amazing hybrid.

If you buy some Gelonade seeds then you will have to grow them before you can toke on this tasty bud – but, how difficult is this? Well, it turns out growing Gelonade is pretty easy, even a first-time grower can do it!

Gelonade will grow in around 9-10 weeks, which is pretty much standard, and can be harvested all year round indoors. Outdoors you should plant your seeds with the aim for them to be harvested in September.

Flowers on a Gelonade plant will be noticeable for their amazing, vibrant and varied colors – we’re talking the deepest purples and most lush greens. 

Gelonade will grow indoors or outdoors, however, indoor growing is a tad more convenient due to being able to control the grow climate. Outdoors, Gelonade likes it to be hot with a decent amount of humidity, a climate that can easily be replicated indoors.

Gelonade is a great strain all-round. It’s also a rare strain that offers some of the best quality buds out there while being remarkably easy to grow!