Girl Scout Cookies is an Indica-dominant hybrid(60%-Indica) that has taken the Bay area of San Francisco by storm with its earthy, fruity, and cotton candy flavor coupled with a THC range of 18%-23%.
This strain is potent enough to last nearly all day. The strong body buzz leaves most users feeling lethargic and lazy long after it fades. Although Indica-dominant, Girl Scout Cookies also affects the mind and is sometimes described as euphoric. Some users also report creative stimulation. Common downsides include dry mouths and eyes, dizziness, paranoia, and even headaches when the strain is consumed in larger doses.
Girl Scout Cookies should be used later in the day or at night. It is often prescribed for insomnia. It relieves chronic aches and pains of all levels of severity. Its strong mood-elevating properties may also alleviate stress, anxiety, depression, and even symptoms of PTSD.
Girl Scout Cookies induces a heavy appetite and is widely prescribed for anorexia and cachexia. This strain is also prescribed for Parkinsonís disease, multiple sclerosis, and inflammation (to a lesser degree).
Girl Scout Cookies is the design of The Hemp Center and is available in clone-only form. The strain was bred by crossing the mother, a South Florida OG Kush and F1 Durban cross, with an OG Kush father plant. It can be grown both inside and out. It thrives in a Sea of Green or hydroponics. Flowering in nine to ten weeks, it can produce up to two ounces per plant. Though the strain is highly resistant to molds and pesticides, it is not recommended for amateur growers.