Delta gets Gorilla’d Cheese right March 8, 2022 By Dr. Yes This is the third of a new weekly series of reviews of Arkansas medical marijuana strains. Strain: Gorilla’d Cheese 50/50 Sativa/Indica Hybrid Genetics: GG #4 x Clementine Cultivator: Delta THC: 27% Price: $49.99 per 1/8 oz before tax Since I first got my Arkansas medical marijuana card a couple of years ago, I’ve found that Delta delivers high quality cannabis more consistently than any other cultivator in the program. Although the price is also higher than average, I am rarely left with a case of buyer’s remorse. So when I saw that Native Green Wellness in Little Rock had a new batch of Delta’s Gorilla’d Cheese in stock, I couldn’t wait to try it out. I absolutely love cheesy strains, but there haven’t been many good options available in the Arkansas medical marijuana program. My jar contained three large fluffy nugs that were completely encrusted in trichomes. The trim on the buds could have been a bit better, but I didn’t mind because they were so wonderfully grown and cured. The smell was very pungent and reminded me of a fresh container of grated parmesan cheese mixed with overripe citrus, but the flavor was a light, creamy citrus. The effects hit me fast with an uplifting, euphoric head high and then a wave of physical relaxation that started in my head and went down my whole body. It felt like I melted into the couch for a couple hours of foggy, unproductive bliss. Gorilla’d Cheese is one of the most potent and effective 50/50 hybrids I’ve had the pleasure of trying. You get mental and physical effects in equal measure, and it all combines into a very relaxing, enjoyable, long-lasting experience. I highly recommend this strain for everyone, but beginners should approach with caution because of the high THC content. Delta’s Gorilla’d Cheese easily holds a place in my top five strains available in the Arkansas medical market. Dr. Yes is not an actual medical doctor, so take his prescriptions for what they are, insight from a longtime stoner who lives and thrives in the straight 9-5 world.