Grease Monkey is an indica-dominant hybrid created by Exotic Genetix, the same team that brought us Kimbo Kush and Starfighter. Grease Monkey is a cross between Gorilla Glue, a couch-locking indica from Exotic, and Cookies and Cream, a mix designed by Exotic. It has a thick and sluggish physical stone with some mild mental stimulation. Greaze Monk also has the sweet and musky flavor profile of strains in the Girl Scout Cookies family. The strength of Grease Monk ranges from 16% to 30% THC.
Grease Monkey is a slow-moving indica strain with hazy, smooth effects. It’s ideal for a lazy day rather than a productive one because of its hazy and relaxing qualities. It’s wonderful as both a morning coffee and an evening dessert.
Grease Monkeys’ buds have a characteristic indica look to them, with medium-size dense and solid buds. The blooms hang in elongated conical formations. The leaves themselves are pale green and are studded with hairy, dark orange pistils. Perhaps most notably, sticky white trichomes cling tenaciously to the bud’s inner and outer surfaces, contributing to its trippy effects and making it difficult to break apart without the use of a grinder.
Flowers of Grease Monkey have a sweet yet skunky scent. The straining, gasoline-like top notes are reminiscent of Chemdawg and Sour Diesel, thanks to the parent strain Gorilla Glue’s influence. A more complex sweetness emerges on further study.
Consumers may detect subtle creamy vanilla scents, as well as a yeasty, bread-like basis. When the flowers are crushed or broken open, they release a little of spice and pepper, which points to OG Kush’s presence in the background of Girl Scout Cookies. Grease Monkey burns cleanly; it smells vanilla-like with the discordant flavor of gasoline. Smokers trying to conceal their habit should be careful since this flower is extremely pungent.
The scent of Grease Monkey is a combination of citrus, tangerine and lemongrass. It’s not too strong but it has a lot going on. The scent combines well with aromatherapy oils; you may mix five drops each of bergamot, lavender, sandalwood and lemon to make an invigorating massage oil or use it to create ambiance by placing candles around the home. Stimuli from the outside world, such as sights or sounds, may acquire new meanings. Furthermore, a cerebral frame of mind might takeover, forcing users to move from one concept to the next. These trippy, contemplative side effects can be used for free-flowing discussion or simply daydreaming.
Grease Monkey’s indica side takes over as the high wears on, pinning users in place and leading them to do more sedentary activities like watching TV or eating – in fact, Grease Monkey has been recognized to stimulate hunger. Although higher doses of the strain can drag users into a deep sleep, it is an excellent choice for morning or daytime use, providing a good balance of mental and physical effects.
Grease Monkey is another name for cannabis-infused lotion. It can be used as a balm to relieve symptoms of minor to moderate stress and despair in medical marijuana patients, taking the edge off their busy days. Its sedative effects can also soothe aches and pains of all types, whether they are temporary or persistent. Meanwhile, anti-inflammatory properties may help with common problems such as nausea.
Grease Monkey seeds may now be purchased from Exotic Genetix online for individuals who want to cultivate it themselves. Indoor or outdoor growth is feasible, although daytime temperatures should remain between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit in order to preserve humidity levels.
Although plants may develop tall, they can be kept at a reasonable height if prunings are taken early on in the vegetative development. When grown indoors, Grease Monkey flowers within 8 to 9 weeks and generates a lot of blooms. This is also an extremely smelly grow, and those that don’t want their operations exposed should invest in measures like exhaust fans to keep the smell under wraps.