We're not entirely sure why this strain was named Carpet Tape, but perhaps it has something to do with how sedated you'll become, almost like you're taped to the carpet? That's our best guess, as mystery breeders certainly aren't giving up any information whatsoever. At least this plant's genetics are well-known as Gorilla Glue #4 and Rug Burn OG joined forces to create an evenly-balanced hybrid.
Carpet Tape isn't for new smokers by any means, as this strain usually hovers right around the 27% THC mark. Nugs tend to be really dense with reddish pistils and a glistening coating of clear trichomes. Many are put off by the smell and flavor of this bud, but if you can get past it, you're in for a wild ride. Carpet Tape blends earth, sour citrus, skunk, and diesel for an experience that may make you cough a time or two.
The resin is plentiful with this strain, giving you the signal right away that your high will be intense. A tingle in the back of your head lets you know she's kicked in and this feeling will travel over your entire body, leaving you relaxed yet very happy. Many note that Carpet Tape brings on strong feelings of arousal, so you might want to grab a friend to smoke with you. After conquering your food cravings with some snacks, you'll likely end up falling into a deep sleep and waking up feeling refreshed the next morning.
Those of you who aren't using this strain to snuggle up to someone in your life will be pleased to know that Carpet Tape is ideal for treating medical issues. The level of tingles you experience is ideal for managing cramps, headaches, and general bodily pain, and those who have a hard time falling or staying asleep will love what this bud does. As previously mentioned, there's a good chance you'll end up pretty hungry after smoking, so if you struggle with a lack of appetite, be sure to light up before chowing down.
Interested in growing some of your own Carpet Tape at home? While the idea of having a never-ending supply sounds pretty great, you'll be hard-pressed to actually find any seeds available for purchase. It's a predicament we've seen time and time again - mystery breeders tend to equate to not being able to grow your own at home.
Although some might say that Carpet Tape is a rare strain, it does seem to be readily available in certain parts of the United States, so if you find some locally, you can always stock up and hope for the best. A word of warning to even the most experienced smokers out there - only try this strain at night when you have the luxury of becoming completely immobile.