Grease Monkey

  • Grease Bucket,
    Hybrid 26% THC 1% CBG

At a Glance

Feelings: Sleepy, Relaxed, Hungry,
Negatives: Dry Mouth, Dizzy, Anxious,
Commonly Used For: Insomnia, Anxiety, Pain,
Calming Energizing
Low THC High THC

Grease Monkey Strain Overview

Grease Monkey, also known as Grease Bucket, is a cultivar with GG4 and Cookies & Cream parents bred by Exotic Genetix. It has flavors and aromas of pungent diesel, skunk, sweet vanilla, wood, and musk. It’s reported to be a more relaxing experience with user-reported effects of deep, sedating relaxation of the body best suited for sleep, a euphoric haze, and a high possibility of the munchies. Medical cannabis patients report using Grease Monkey for conditions like insomnia, anxiety, pain, headaches, and inflammation.

Strain profile, effects, and common uses are based on customer reviews. Further research is needed, and effects may vary by user. Information on this page does not constitute or replace medical advice.


Sleepy Relaxed Hungry Dry Mouth Dizzy Anxious


Sweet Pungent Diesel


Caryophyllene Limonene Myrcene


26% THC 1% CBG

Grease Monkey Strain Effects & Common Usage

THC has shown potential in studies to help aid symptoms and conditions like inflammation, appetite loss, glaucoma, and cancer.

Sleepy. Cultivars high in myrcene can induce highly sedating effects.

Hungry. THC has the ability to have appetite-stimulating effects through the production of ghrelin, the hunger hormone.

Relaxed. Limonene can have mood-altering effects that can lead to an enhanced feeling of relaxation.

Insomnia. High levels of myrcene may have sedating muscle-relaxing properties that can help ease insomnia. 

Anxiety. Limonene and caryophyllene have demonstrated anxiolytic or anti-anxiety effects.

Pain. Research has found that caryophyllene has anti-inflammatory properties that may help ease pain.

Grease Monkey Strain Dosage Recommendations

Grease Monkey is a notoriously potent strain, with users reporting feelings of heavy sedation and couch lock. It can sometimes hit levels of 25% THC or more, and if grown correctly, can have effects that even experienced users should prepare for. Adverse effects from this cultivar include anxiety, dizziness, and dry mouth.

The right dosage can vary greatly from one user to the next. If you have questions about finding the right dosage or product type for your needs, consider consulting with a medical cannabis doctor, or you can request a consultation with NuggMD’s Cannabis Concierge.

Cultivation Tips

Space Needed 5ft height
Growing Environment 55-60% humidity, Outdoor, warm, dry environment (72-80 degrees Fahrenheit)
Flowering Time 8 - 9 weeks
Yield High
Recommended Level Experienced