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Out of the dank genetic oven of the San Francisco Bay area comes the hottest Cookies hybrid ever.

By crossing Thin Mint Cookies with Sunset Sherbet, a new era of dessert cannabis has dawned.


#33 “Larry Bird” proved to be the magic pot number for Gelato—the standout specimen from the best of the best of Cali’s dessert cannabis.

Crosses went in all directions in pursuit of the perfect hybrid blend. Gelato is a connoisseur-grade treat.

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All these make Gelato buds highly pungent and therefore difficult to carry around or use discreetly. The smoke smells fruity with notes of fuel, and leaves an aftertaste of sweetness and earth.

Our worldwide delivery will leave no grower behind. You can order Gelato seeds to be shipped anywhere in the world, including places as diverse as Canada, Australia, South Africa, and the USA.

The medicinal value of the Gelato strain is determined by its high THC level. This cannabis is effective against chronic pain and insomnia, combats nausea, and stimulates appetite. Thanks to its uniquely mellow high, you can also smoke this cannabis if you feel anxious or depressed, or to keep stress at bay. Reviews also say Gelato is great for seizures.

Growing Gelato Strain Seeds

The family tree of Gelato seeds includes two dessert strains that have been trending in recent years – Sunset Sherbet crossed with Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies. The mouthwatering names of both parents and the hybrid itself speak of the outstanding organoleptic qualities of this lineage.

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Some Gelato strain variations exist between the different phenos, with considerable differences in the genetic breakdown. Often, seed producers don’t even specify the exact Sativa/Indica composition. However, most Gelato seeds are Indica-leaning, with only a few crosses that have an equal ratio of both or lean slightly to the Sativa side.

There’s a lot of information regarding the origin and history of the Gelato strain, but, as often happens, there’s also much controversy. What’s undisputed are the following facts:

The flowering period lasts as little as 8-9 weeks and produces extremely dense, sugar-coated nugs that are vivid green with orange highlights of numerous pistils. There is a genetic predisposition to purple colors as well, but you’ll only see this when growing outdoors. Outdoors, you can harvest Gelato in mid-October, but please note that this strain is meant for climates like California or the Mediterranean.