GIRL SCOUT COOKIES strain review
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES
(Sativa 40%/ Indica 60%) OG Kush x Durban Poison
XL,indoor 400-500 gr/sqm, outdoor 500gr/plant
9 – 10 weeks
Old school classic
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES strain:
OG Kush x Durban Poison (Unincluded strain by initial breeders). Girl Scout cookie strain is one of the market’s most common strains and are, therefore, a favorite choice for home cultivation in states where growing is legally permitted. When cultivating Girl Scout Cookies, choosing the right cannabis seeds is critical. In addition, great growers who want productive results from time to time look for feminized Girl Scout cookies to ensure that every plant is feminine.
At length, the Girl Scout cookie strain has a long, branchy, structure that looks like a real cookie. Thus, the leaves are dense and have a full cold-water flush and are exceptionally long, dense, wine-red sequins or leaf stalks that are lengthier than the leaves. And it also has an oven-baked scent, soft and spicy.
The taste elements of skunky peppermint and the slightest lemon zest exist of the two divulged kin, Durban Poison, and OG Kush.
Though Girl Scout Cookie strain isn’t inherently the simplest strain to produce, many cultivators can’t resist growing it clearly and predictably and embrace enthusiastically the more effort it can often require in growing it. With a flowering time of about 9-10 weeks, this genetic produces a good amount of cannabis, up to 400-500 gr/sqm.
A word: strong. GSC has just the smell, taste, and effect. Guess you get that when you cross an OG Kush with a Durban Poison. If you had to pick, the results would be more indica-like. Buds of pungent earthy goodness are dense/hunky and reeky.
It’s perfect weed or chills as long as you aren’t smoking too much. You may freak out when your tolerance is low … if it is high, you can end up with a complete airhead. It is definitely not a research aid or a ‘tidy-your-house’ uplifting strain.