Girl Scout Cookies Strain Information
Also known as GSC, Girl Scout Cookies are a classic strain in the making. Celebrity and cannabis king Berner teamed up with Cookie Farms to produce this beauty. Done so by crossing OG Kush and Durban Poison, GSC is a staple of any good stash.
Girl Scout Cookies was once crossed with Fire OG to create the strain we all know as Animal Cookies.
With 2 wildly popular parent strains in OG Kush and Durban Poison, Cookie Farms could do no wrong. The Hybrid strain is remarkable to look at, with tall and dense light green buds. The fragrance is sweet, with a hint of citrus in the flavour. A sweet and peppery spice fills the profile, creating an easy to smoke experience.
Girl Scout Cookies Effects + Benefits
When consuming Girls Scout Cookies, you will notice an immediate rush. A surge of energy fills the mind, bringing forth a more in-depth understanding of strange concepts. Often people see having an increased interest in socializing and communicating.
GSC distorts time, leaving people to feel hours have passed when, in reality, it’s been minutes. You won’t mind, though, it means more laughs in less time.
While you wouldn’t consider Girl Scout Cookies a traditional couch-lock, it’s effects are borderline sedating. Higher doses induce a lethargic, slug-like state, but medium to low doses yield a mildly energetic experience. Which may be a blessing, because GSC makes food taste better, and who likes to eat while moving around anyways?
Girl Scout is a recreational favourite, but don’t sleep on it as a medicinal strain. Or maybe relaxing is precisely what you want, as larger doses treat cases of insomnia. Aside from insomnia, GSC alleviates depression, pain and loss of appetite.
If you couldn’t say no to the little cookies sold by girl scouts across North America, then how can you say no to this gorgeous strain? Don’t forget to pick up a box on the way home.
Up to 26-28% THC and 1% of CBD
Flavours: Sweet, Earthy, Pungent
Effects: Relaxed, Creative, Euphoric, Happy, Uplifted
Medical Uses: Pain, Insomnia, Stress, Lack of Appetite, Depression