Cookies, a slightly indica dominant strain is a triple cross between OG Kush, Durban Poison, and Cherry Kush. Its soft cookie-like flavor is undermined by its high potency. With an above average THC count, coupled by its balanced effects has given this strain a well-needed popularity boost. Created by Purple Caper Seeds, Cookies’ smells and tastes amazing. A potent taste of sweet cookies and vanilla puffs out a pungent aroma that could be compared to its flavor with a hint of spices and bread.
MedicalPAIN ANXIETY DEPRESSION
FlavorSWEET SKUNKY NUTTY
EffectsEUPHORIC RELAXED HAPPY
Overview of Cookies
Cookies is a heavy hitter with 60% indica and 1% CBD. This strainâ??s THC levels reach up to 28% THC. The bud is densely packed, large, and cylindrical shaped. The flower has a dull green color with dark red crystals and bright orange hairs. Some phenotypes show hues of purple. The Cookie bud also contains resin and makes breaking up an annoying task.
This mood booster has a lot of characteristics that effect both the mind and the body. Its CBD levels are not high but that doesnâ??t nullify the medical results. With these characteristics come many capabilities in relieving ailments including stress and anxiety.Â
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Potential Positive Effects of Cookies
Potential Medical Effects of Cookies
This strain is exploding with medical benefits. Both minor and major pains will be relieved. Because of its euphoric and uplifting capabilities, it is a help for those suffering from stress and depression. Its sedative characteristics help with anxiety and insomnia. Other benefits include helping with: Glaucoma, Nausea, and Epilepsy.
Potential Negative Effects of Cookies
This strain can cause dry eyes and mouth, headaches, and dizziness.
Lineage of Cookies
As an extremely popular indica dominant strain, OG Kush is noted by its potent flavor and smell. Containing THC as high as 26% and CBD of .3%, this densely packed, pale green bud is covered with frosty crystals and rust colored hairs. A couple of rumored names for this budâ??s acronym are Overgrown, named after its rumored creator, and Original Gangster, compliment to California. Best grown by moderate growers.
Flowering time for OG Kush is 8 to 9 weeks indoors yielding 17 ounces per square meter. With outdoor flowering, plant must be harvested by early October yielding 16 ounces per plant. The plants are low but dense and need hot and tropical climate to flourish. This plant is susceptible to powdery mildew and has low resistance to bugs and diseases.
Durban Poison is a pure sativa plant originating from South Africa. Itâ??s a popular and potent strain containing up to 24% THC, but its CBD is close to zero. Durban Poison buds are fluffy and medium green. Not much to see when it comes to crystals but it has long red hairs.
When it comes to growing Durban Poison, it can be an easy task. Indoor flowering time is about 9 weeks with a yield of 13oz per square meters. Growing outdoors yields 16oz per plant and needs to be harvested late September to early October. Durban Poison is resistant to molds and pests and climate needs to be temperate to sunny, away from frost.
Just like its name, Cherry Kush provides a sweet but intense high. Itâ??s an indica dominant strain with THC content reaching to 23% THC and a CBD level up to 0.7%. This sweet strain is medium green with dark leaves, frosty crystals, and red hairs. Some phenotypes include purple hues as well.
Flowering Cherry Kush is easy for most. Indoor growing take 55-65 days with a yield up to 16oz per square meter. Outdoor growing needs to be harvested by early to mid-October yielding 18oz per plant. Plants grow medium height and need to be in warm climate. It has a high resistance to common diseases.
Cookies are created from the trimmings of mature plants. The plants grow medium height and itâ??s easy for moderate to expert cultivators to grow. It needs Mediterranean climate to flourish and has a high resistance to common diseases.
Indoor flowering of Cookies takes 9 to 10 weeks yielding 10oz per square meter. Growing outdoors, plants need to be harvested by mid-October yielding 10oz per plant. Plants grow heavy so stakes are sometimes needed to prop them up.