All about the Girl Scout Cookies Strain
Wednesday, Dec 14, 2016

The Girl Scout Cookies strain of marijuana, or GSC as it’s known on the strains periodic table, is a cross between the legendary OG Kush and Durban Poison. Some varieties are known to be crossed again with Cherry Kush. This hybrid produces a high that’s heavy on the cerebral end, due to the sativa component of the Durban Poison, but will also help settle one into the couch for a good lock, due to the indica-dominant OG Kush. It’s these effects that make it a favourite among medicinal patients, even though the CBD content can be as low as 0.2% in this strain. But with the THC content falling anywhere between 17 – 28%, it will produce a nice high for medicinal and recreational users alike.

Girl Scout Cookies has somewhat of a complicated history. Only being around since 2010, i was originally released in the Bay Area of California. The strain soared to popularity almost right away, largely due to being mentioned by rappers such as Berner, and the intense effects it brings. Being a relatively new strain, it’s not entirely stable yet and so, as it moves farther away from its homeland, different environments will affect the plants differently. This has resulted in many phenotypes of Girl Scout Cookies, but these strains differ slightly in color and texture. Some of the most popular phenotypes are Platinum Cookies, the Forum Cut, and Thin Mints.

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