GMO has the hype behind it, backed by THC, for users driven by a crazy obsession to taste its unique, spicy flavor. The strain can put you down and knock you out, wielding a somewhat mysterious genetic lineage against the stresses of your broken brain. Divine Genetics created GMO and locked its sights on experienced users, those who don’t mind a little extra spice (and a lot of extra kick). The strain’s name acronym technically refers to a genetically modified organism, but not the kind you should avoid in fast food. We’d like to think that it stands for garlic-mushroom-onion because that’s exactly how it smells. Once you get your hands on some coveted 90% indica GMO, you’ll be able to sense its cautiously reported origins as a phenotype of a cross between GSC and Chemdawg. The strain has high levels of THC from 22-30%.