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Hybrid

OG Kush x Durban Poison x Cherry Kush

Girl Scout Cookies Strain

Girl Scout Cookies, a beloved Bay Area creation, is one of the most popular hybrid strains across North America. Bred out of San Francisco, the hybrid boasts an energizing mental high and relaxing physical effects. The strain?s colorful, crystallized appearance and pungent citrus sweetness makes it a favorite among musicians like Wiz Khalifa and Berner. Medical patients enjoy Girl Scout Cookies for its lightening effects on nausea, depression, and anxiety.

Medical

medicinal use Stress

STRESS

medicinal use Depression

DEPRESSION

medicinal use Pain - General

PAIN - GENERAL

Flavor

strain flavor Sweet

SWEET

strain flavor Earthy

EARTHY

strain flavor Pungent

PUNGENT

Effects

strain effect Euphoria

EUPHORIA

strain effect Happy

HAPPY

strain effect Uplifted

UPLIFTED
This popular Bay Area transplant is favored for its relaxing physical high and potent mental stimulation. Promoted by rappers like Berner and Wiz Khalifa, Girl Scout Cookies boasts a high-profile reputation as an energizing hybrid that doesn't sacrifice a cerebral high. The San Franciscan dispensary The Hemp Center bred the strain from mellowing OG Kush and Durban Poison, a stimulating Sativa originating from South Africa's eastern coast. Few variations add Cherry Kush, another popular Northern Californian hyrid. A winning Cannabis-Cup veteran, Girl Scout Cookies is just as sweet and joyful as its culinary counterpart.

The uplifting and creative effects from Durban Poison classifies Girl Scout Cookies as a perfect smoke to decompress from life's daily pressures. While OG Kush's hybrid properties can lean on either side of the strain spectrum, Girl Scout Cookie variations tend to ease physical tension and stress. Savvy smokers remember that the strain's somewhat unfocused, cerebral buzz is best for low-key afternoons and evenings. Depending on the local hybrid's originating strains, highs can range from euphoric and creative to mellow and soothing. The strain's evolution since it left the Golden State fosters a certain amount of variability between dispensary selections. Either way, good Girl Scout Cookie strains will leave a delicious combination of clean citrus and earth undertones.

THC percentages solidly rank between 18-23% but can climb to 28%, depending on the breed. On average, most variations plateau at 18%. CBD rates tend to linger around 0.09 - 0.2%

Buds tend to have a pleasingly potent, mildly earthy and sweetly citrus smell. Nugs are often densely packed with curling green leaves, laced with orange hairs and streaks of purples. The strain's strong scent and distinct appearance makes it easy to pick - and smell - out of a line-up of jars.

Medical patients often cite improvements with stress, depression, physical pain, anxiety, nausea, migraines and insomnia. Many medical users find Girl Scout Cookies' side effects of sleepiness and appetite stimulation to be the strong dose they need. Negative attributes can include dizziness, dry mouth, dry eyes and paranoia. The high ranges from two to three hours, with a peak within the first half hour of smoking. Users have reported initial head highs followed by traveling tingling feelings.

Patients looking to grow Girl Scout Cookies at home can expect a moderately difficult grow with low yield of short, bushy plants. Plant yields have been reported from 25 to 56 grams (one to two ounces) per plant from moderate amounts of fertilizer. Girl Scout Cookie plants thrive as multi-branched plants or with the sea of green method. Indoor plants typically flower within nine to 10 weeks.

Sister strains include crossbreeds like Animal Cookies, lookalikes like Thin Mint Cookies and evolutions like the Indica-dominant Cookies. Girl Scout Cookies is one of the most popular strains across North America including California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Michigan, and Nevada.

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