Girl Scout Cookies (or just GSC) is a famous cannabis strain first featured in 2010. It is an Indica-dominant plant with 60% and 40% Sativa. Cookie Fam takes credit for breeding GSC, which has become popular among many stoners. It is an award-winning strain with many titles, including the 2013 Southern California Cannabis Cup for the best breed. Since then, GSC has become staple marijuana in many states. It has a high THC level of up to 28% inherited from its parents, all of which are highly potent strains. It is a cross involving three different varieties: OG Kush, Durban Poison, and F1, where F1 is an undisclosed strain.
GSC can be cultivated both indoors and outdoors, but a higher yield is expected when grown outdoors. That is because the breed requires continuous light to reach its potentials. It is not one of the strains that are easy to cultivate. As a grower, you will need to constantly train and prune the plant. You will start to see flowers after 60 days to mark the start of the maturity stage. GSC is characterized by dark, long, and spear-like leaves and green and purple buds covered with orange hairs.
From the package, you will be hit by a mouthwatering aroma of sweet and spicy oven-baked smell. The taste is that of a peppermint and lemon zest overtone. The GSC’s high effect will immediately send a wave of euphoria and tingles throughout your body, probably because of its high THC content. The couchlock is a reality with this breed. It leaves you no time to think otherwise, and that is why we recommend it when you are already in bed. GSC is one of the most potent medicinal strains that help with stress, depression, anxiety, and pain relief. Some people have also used it to induce sleep because of its couchlock effect.
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