Guava GLTO: Strain, Effects, and More

If you love rich, fruity cannabis strains, Guava GLTO is the strain for you. As you can tell from the delicious-sounding name, this cannabis is sweet, flavorful, and tropical. Interested in trying it out? Explore our guide to discover Guava GLTO's background and effects.

What is the Guava GLTO Strain?

Guava GLTO is a hybrid cannabis with a balanced blend of Indica and Sativa effects. It's from the popular cannabis company Sherbinskis and shares many commonalities with their trendy GLTO strain.

However, Guava GLTO stands out from other hybrids due to its complex flavor and intense effects. This cannabis strain has high levels of limonene and caryophyllene that create a strong guava taste with notes of pineapple and citrus.[4] Hints of creaminess and earthiness provide a satisfying finish to this tropical flavor. Guavo GLTO is also one of the hybrid cultivars in our line of Live Rosin pods for PAX Era available in select markets.

Why is it Called Guava GLTO?

Guava GLTO gets its name from its parent strain. This cannabis is a phenotype of GLTO, so it's a unique variant that shares GLTO genetics but has its own distinct features.[3] Sherbinskis made GLTO by crossing fruity Sunset Sherbert with tangy Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies strains.

In the original GLTO strain, this cross led to sweet, vanilla flavors. However, in the unique Guava GLTO variant, the crossbreeding led to a cannabis strain that more strongly expresses the tropical flavors of Sunset GLTO . Different people taste different things, so some feel like Guava GLTO has a pineapple or coconut taste. However, many users notice an intense guava flavor which is where this strain got the other half of its name.

Guava GLTO Strain Popularity

Though Guava GLTO is a relatively new strain, it's already generating a decent amount of popularity. Most of this popularity is due to its iconic parent. GLTO was voted "Leafly's Strain of the Year" in 2018, and since then, it's only continued to grow in popularity. Guava's unique position as a guava-flavored variant of GLTO makes it a favorite among GLTO -enthusiasts looking for something a little different.

Furthermore, Guava GLTO creator, Sherbinskis, is a very innovative marketer. They're known for things like collaborating with influencers and rappers to promote their products. This clever approach has helped Guava GLTO make a name for itself.

What is Guava GLTO Strain Made of?

Guava GLTO's background includes a blend of Sunset Sherbert and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies, so it is a fairly balanced hybrid. Guava GLTO has minimal amounts of CBD and 13% to 18% THC in it.

This strain is also made up of several very flavorful terpenes. It primarily contains carene, caryophyllene, linalool, and myrcene, and it also has moderate amounts of bisabolol and limonene.

Effects of Guava GLTO strain: What is Guava GLTO Strain Good for?

Guava GLTO provides a pleasant blend of physical and mental effects, and the Guava GLTO strain THC levels tend to be fairly moderate. Depending on your tolerance and your personal reaction to cannabis, you may notice Guava GLTO strain effects like heavy limbs, giggliness, euphoria, and peacefulness. 

Erika on Wikileaf reports that this strain helps her focus and get things done, while EF on Leafly finds that this strain makes it easy to relax while still maintaining her train of thought. For the most part, Guava GLTO provides the same popular effects as original GLTO. Users often report that it feels almost identical, so the taste is the main distinguishing feature.

Is Guava GLTO an Indica or Sativa?

Since it is a hybrid, the Guava GLTO strain is technically both an indica and a sativa. Its mixed heritage means that this cannabis strain may express either indica or sativa effects. Guava GLTO is a 50/50 hybrid.

Neither strain dominates, but slight differences in individual plants and user metabolisms can make certain effects stand out a little more. Many people, such as F3 on Leafly, report that they typically feel Indica effects at first and then notice sativa effects as the experience progresses.

Guava GLTO  Growth Information

Guava GLTO is typically only grown by professional growers because its seeds aren't commonly available. Managing this strain's growth can be a little tricky because it needs a warm, humid environment. However, it's an auto-flowering strain, so getting it to produce mature buds is easy. It typically flowers in eight to nine weeks.

When you care for it properly, Guava GLTO produces medium-sized, colorful buds. They contain hues of mint green and dark purple with bright orange hairs and have a noticeable guava scent when fresh.[3] Guava GLTO buds have such dense trichomes that it's sometimes called White Guava GLTO due to the misty look of the trichomes. These trichomes are flavor-rich, making the White Guava GLTO strain an ideal plant for creating live rosin and other flavorful extracts.

Guava GLTO Strain Reviews

Guava GLTO gets very high marks from people who've tried it. On Leafly, the Guava GLTO weed strain currently has a 4.6-star rating. Positive Guava GLTO reviews frequently mention the enjoyable flavor and complex blend of tropical aromas. Reviewers also tend to enjoy the effects and report that it's enjoyable whether smoked, vaporized in your PAX 3, or enjoyed as a concentrate in a PAX Era Pro.


This tropical take on a classic strain is an excellent way to enhance your day. Guava GLTO  is a flavorful blend that nicely balances fruity and earthy flavors. Not only does it taste great, but its hybrid nature also nicely balances indica and sativa effects. Even if you don't frequently use classic GLTO , this is a must-try strain.

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