Girl Scout Cookies
There are several phenotypes of the Girls Scout Cookies strain that include other clever plays on the plant’s former name, such as Thin Mint and Platinum Cookies, however, GSC stands out from the pack with its bright purple leafiness and twisting greenery. Additionally, the THC content of this variation truly makes it a one of a kind experience.
$230.00 – $2,000.00
Girl Scout Cookies, also known as “GSC,” is an indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush with Durban Poison. This strain is known for producing euphoric effects, followed up by waves of full-body relaxation. One hit from this strain will leave you feeling happy, hungry, and stress-free. This strain features a robust THC level of 19% and is best reserved for experienced cannabis consumers. Those with a low THC tolerance should take it slow with GSC as the effects may be overwhelming. The high THC content in this strain is beloved by medical marijuana patients looking for quick relief from symptoms associated with chronic pain, nausea, and appetite loss. This strain is famous for its pungent, dessert-like flavor profile featuring bold notes of mint, sweet cherry, and lemon. According to growers, this strain flowers into green and purple buds with fiery orange hairs.
Girl Scout Cookies Growing INFO
Girl Scout Cookies are produced in short to medium height plants, with sturdy branches and bright green leaves. When grown in cooler settings, it produces a purplish bud that are rich in density and slightly crystallized. This strain, was first bred by Northern California’s Cookie Family sometime about 2012.
All-round a very resistant strain to mildew and pests, growing GSC is more about creating an environment where it can flourish stress-free with enough space for it to branch out.
Girl Scout Cookies Growing well in hydro but also soil, this strain flower in 9 to 10 weeks. It is a low yielder compared to other strains, bringing in an average of about 10oz/ m2, depending on its environmental conditions.
Girl Scout Cookies when grown outdoors needs a lot of warmth and sunshine to thrive. This means it is best kept in a mediterranean climate with a balmier atmosphere. Harvest for GSC is sometime in Mid October and can be expected to yield about 10oz/ plant.