Girl Scout Cookies strain review…FINALLY, eh? And check it: this one gets a 10 outta 10. One more thing…We think marijuana should be reviewed by the people who enjoy it the most…STONERS! That’s why we’re paying eryday STONERS just like YOU…to smoke some WEED and write about it.
REVIEW BY: @NYYdevotion
Marijuana Strain: Girl Scout Cookies
Genetics: [OG Kush X Durban X GDP] Bay Area rapper/collective owner Berner and The Hemp Center are credited with creating this clone-only cutting known as Thin Mint to its fans. Is this batch REAL Girl Scout Cookies or FORTUNE Cookies? You know what Fortune Cookies are, right? They’re Girl Scout Cookies plants derived from bag seed. Hearing that constant obnoxious question inspired me to write this review. Shame on anybody who boasts only they have the real GSC. Cannabis is meant to be shared, especially within a community of patients attempting to ease pain and suffering. Plain and simple it’s wrong to hoard strains! This “not in your bag” mentality takes a beautiful thing and makes it ugly and negative.
Price: $50 an eighth.
Appearance: This light green purple tinged bud is covered with amber trichomes, giving it an overall orange hue in the right light.
Smell: Sure enough there’s a touch of cookies in there, along with cotton candy, menthol, and fruit. The aroma from Girl Scout Cookies is absolutely mouthwatering in the jar and in the air.
Flavor: At different points I detect pine, lavender, chocolate, mint, and grape. From the first hit it’s obvious how the strain got its name. There’s no wrong way to enjoy the taste of the Girl Scout Cookies weed, but with flowers this divine it’s probably best to solar puff or vaporize for maximum enjoyment.
High: The influence of OG Kush and Durban leave the mind relatively lucid, while the GDP induces heavy eye lids and a stoney body high. Functional for a while, but the sedative effects can create sleepiness if used earlier in the day. It’s recommended for afternoon use, especially when looking for mindful relaxation.
Buzz Length: 4-5 hours.
Medical Uses: Antiemetic, Anxiety, Arthritis, Cancer, Fibromyalgia, Gastrointestinal Disorders, Insomnia.
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