Girl Scout Cookies feminized seeds
Big Head Seeds Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) is a feminized cannabis strain. The Sativa-dominant variety is a California native that has garnered worldwide recognition by winning several Cannabis Cup awards. It’s known for its very soothing effects that promote full-body relaxation but can also spur the mind’s creative side. The stone effects last for several hours, so it’s better to consume in the late hours.
- Big Head Seeds
- Up into the higher states of euphoria
- Durban Poison x OG Kush
- 56 - 63 days
- Sativa dominant
- 20 - 25 %
Relaxing Girl Scout Cookies Stone Effects
It only takes a little to feel the fast-acting high of Girl Scout Cookies. This feminized marijuana strain contains an impressive 20-25% THC. It provides a calming and relaxing experience at the same time as it spurs a euphoric wave. You might even be overcome with giddiness. GSC is also known to spur the munchies.
Most who try GSC find it highly palatable – especially for those with a sweet tooth – which might explain some of its widespread popularity. It has a sweet, minty flavor, inspiring it to be named after the iconic Girl Scout’s cookie. There’s even a pleasant chocolatey undertone that accompanies its overall freshness.
The Earthy Aroma Of GSC
Girl Scout Cookies has a very earthy aroma comparable to the smell of the soil and plant life of the great outdoors after it rains. As you break the buds apart, your olfactory will be assailed with the plant’s very sweet, minty odor. When lit, the smoke has an almost dessert-like quality; a pleasant contradiction to the usual skunk-like smell of many other strains.
Growing Tips To Reach The Maximum Yields
Growers are usually impressed with the yield of Girl Scout Cookies. The feminized cannabis variety usually takes 8-9 weeks to flower (but could potentially take up to 10). GSC grows well indoors, especially hydroponically, but can only be grown outdoors in temperate, Mediterranean-like conditions.
- Train to expose possible bud areas to the sunlight to maximize yield
- Requires more calcium and magnesium than other strains
- Grows best in temperatures of 20-26 degrees Celsius
Genetics Rooted In The Cookie Farm Strain
The famous Cookie Farm out of California’s Bay Area created the sativa-dominant Girl Scout Cookies. The strain’s parents are OG Kush and Durban Poison. Rumor also has it that it might have a tiny amount of a Florida F1 and Granddaddy Purp in its genetics, although such information is unverified. GSC buds appear purple and laced with bright orange hairs covered in ample trichomes.