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Cannabis oil review: Brass Knuckles Gorilla Glue

Brass Knuckles promotes its wares with much street savvy ad copy (“We don’t fuck around when it comes to Purity, Potency and Product Integrity! Knuckle Up!”), rowdily active use of social media, and occasional public events around the country. All this fronts the notion their products pack an exceptionally heavy-lidded punch suitable for listening to old funk or techno tracks in some abandoned warehouse.

Brass Knuckles Gorilla Glue. (Courtesy photo)

In the case of the BK pass at one of this summer’s most popular hybrid strains, this image is very close to the truth. As flower, Gorilla Glue has exactly what serious tokers look for in a top-shelf hybrid strain — mellow potency that delivers a crisp, long-lived high.

My usual three hits of this oil produced a one-two punch that closely replicated the clean, well-structured and energetic high of GG No. 4 flower. Those three hits left me with a taste for three more and then another three, then a ravenous case of the munchies before I finally had to desist for the sake of deadlines.

Most carts test as high as 70 percent THC, so this is, puff for puff, the cheapest, most effective way to get the compound into your system. The slightly sweet and candylike taste makes this hard to put down.

Brass Knuckles Gorilla Glue

Price: $55

 

 

 

The wrap: When it comes to vaping, this is the knockout punch.

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