Gelato #33 is a hybrid strain, which got its name after an NBA player Larry Joe Bird who played under the same number. The kush is pretty balanced between and Sativa; thus, it has rather good fame among smokers.
Originally, it was bred by the Cookie Fam Genetics of the Bay Area, and it represents a crossing between Sunset Sherbet and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies (GST).
The strain contains a level of about 19%, which can look a bit deceitful because even if the level is not the biggest, it has a super-strong effect. That’s why Gelato #33 is not the best way to get high for beginners and those with a low tolerance. However, experienced smokers usually find it quite entertaining.
Users often describe the flavor as sweet citrus and fruity, while the scent is rather earthy and produces notes of orange.
The affects both body and mind and starts with a powerful energy boost, which makes you very happy and uplifted. After some time, the person begins to feel more relaxed, and when the buzz stops, it will progress to an enjoyable and relaxing high. We suggest you consume it in the second part of the day, or better after dinner. Larry Bird’s kush can also be very useful if you have any kind of mental concerns, like depression, anxiety, or excessive stress.
Both seeds and are available for purchase on the Internet. Gelato #33 is rather demanding, especially to the temperature. It can be grown either outside or inside, but it will affect the height of the plant, which can significantly increase when growing outside. When growing indoors the flowering period requires about 8 to 9 weeks and when growing outdoors, you can harvest it in late September.