Girl Scout Cookies

Marijuana Strain Description

Girl Scout Cookies Clones

How Girl Scout Cookies Clones Grow

Type:  Hybrid
Height:  3-4 feet
Branches:  Bushy
Flowering:  9 Weeks
Yield:  ~3oz/plant
Environment:  Indoor
Difficulty:  Advanced
Color:  Forrest Green
Buds:  Tight

Girl Scout Cookies Strain Description

Girl Scout Cookies is a famous hybrid cross between two other notable strains, OG Kush and Durban Poison. Although its roots come from the golden state, this Cannabis Cup award winner has gained a favorable reputation from all over. It is characterized by a sweet yet forest-like scent, while its hybrid effects combine body-relaxing sensations with a cerebral, uplifting high. Given its naturally strong concentration in THC, patients commonly look to this reliable strain as a relief for numerous ailments including cases of severe pain, nausea, and loss of appetite. While there are several other phenotypes of the Girl Scout Cookies strain, traditionally its buds will form beautiful green, twisting calyxes that are wrapped by purplish leaves and orange-colored hairs. This strain is generally recommended for experienced growers and flowers best when grown indoors.

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Girl Scout Cookies Clones

Hybrid Marijuana Attributes

Mild Euphoria
Higher THC/CBD Ratio
Treats Most Conditions
Medicate Anytime

Girl Scout Cookies Clones Helps Treat

Muscle Spasms

Medical Effects

Girl Scout Cookies Clones For Sale
Medical Effects Patient Experience
Chronic Pain

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