Thin Mint Strain
Thin Mint, is hybrid marijuana strain made from a cross containing Durban Poison and OG Kush genetics, is a phenotype of the legendary GSC strain with THC percentage of 28%. Dark green and royal purple hues peek through a heavy coat of crystals, with a sweet minty smell that gives a full explanation of this strain’s name. Thin mint strain calls upon the powers of its indica, sativa, and hybrid ancestors for a powerful full-body effect that gives the strain its sterling reputation. This is the winner of third place in the ‘2014 Seattle Cannabis Cup’. Thin Mint is known to be effective for the symptoms of pain, sleep disorders, loss of appetite, nausea and swelling. This strain can also be taken for depression, stress, muscle spasm and tremors.
$240.00 – $2,000.00
Thin Mint strain and other cookie strains. One of its two parents, the Girl Scout Cookie, is a third-place award winner, and this strain has won awards herself.
Thin Mint strain will offer a taste of both indica and sativa, giving you a perfectly balanced high and a positive outlook on life and its beauty. Your mind will be actively focused and creative, while the body will feel relaxed and sleepy. Compare its balanced effects to that of the Bruce Banner strain.
Thin Mint Strain Growing INFO
Thin Mint strain has origins from San Francisco from a mysterious family named “The Cookie Family.”
Thin Mint like a lot of TLC and thrive when given an extra boost of nutrition. It enjoys an environment that is treated with compost teas, and can bloom into its full potential under those conditions. When grown outdoors, this strain prefers a dry and warm outdoor climate for it to flourish in.
This hybrid takes an average of about 9 to 10 weeks to flower and become ready for a fruitful harvest. Thin Mint can be expected to yield an average of about 11 ounces of fresh bud per square meter planted.
Thin Mint cultivated in an outdoor setting can be expected to yield around an average of 13 ounces of bud per plant. This blend is usually ready for a harvest around early to the middle of October.
Alternatively, you can follow the growth strategy used by the Cookie Family. They use organic fertilizers and supplement indoor light with high-pressure sodium light bulbs over the growing plants. The Family also employs compost teas because the Thin Mint strain, like all Girl Scout Cookie strains, requires higher nutrients to flourish.