Buy Girl Scout Cookies Medical Marijuana
Background and Description
GSC, also called Girl Scout Cookies, is an indica-hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush with Durban Poison. GSC produces euphoric effects followed by full-body relaxation. This strain typically features a high level of THC, so it is best reserved for consumers with a high THC tolerance. GSC is loved for its sweet and pungent flavor profile with notes of mint, cherry and lemon.
Medical marijuana patients choose this strain to help relieve symptoms associated with chronic pain, nausea, and appetite loss. Growers say GSC grows in green and purple buds with fiery orange hairs. This strain has an average flowering time of 9-10 weeks. There are several different variations of GSC, including Thin Mint and Platinum GSC (aka Platinum Girl Scout Cookies). Fun Fact: GSC has won numerous Cannabis Cup awards.
Strain Name: Girl Scout Cookies (Forum cut) OG Kush X F1 Durban
Looks: Phenomenal… Frosted as all get out and hard as rocks. Golden from trich coverage with dark greens, oranges, black/purples, and blues all coming through.
Smell: Baked cookie funk, acetone/menthol bouquet. (Like OG Kush without the lemon floor cleaner smell.)
Taste: So unique. Just like the smell. Velvety thick textured smoke that coats your mouth with the flavor and then stays there. THIN MINTS! No joke, it’s very earthy and chocolatey. You will understand why this strain is called GS Cookies.
Effects: Incredibly baked! Very narcotic. Stone is strong and mostly cerebral, but a pleasant body narcotic undertone as well. Great jamming herb.
Reviewed by: Brownbear
Good Strain For Recreation, Sleep, relaxing, anxiety, insomnia, hunger-inducing
Controversy Surrounding Girl Scout Cookies Strain Name
Like most popular strains, some controversy surrounds Girl Scout Cookies, including both the strain’s origin and its name. Similar issues were tied to other strain names using trade marked terms, including the Gorilla Glue marijuana strain and glue manufacturer.
Once the GSC strain reached bestseller status, it became a challenge to find “real” Girl Scout Cookies. Looking to capitalize on the trending popularity of the Girl Scout Cookies strain, many dispensaries began slapping the Girl Scout Cookies name on similar strains, meaning that the Girl Scout Cookies strain name lost some exclusivity, as imposter strains made their way onto dispensary shelves.
Then in late 2016, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission banned the sale of Girl Scout Cookies and about 20 other strains like Candyland, Charlotte’s Web, Grape Ape, and Cinderella whose names could make them potentially attractive to children.