OG Kush, which is created by crossing a Northern California strain with a Hindu Kush plant from Amsterdam, has a unique terpene profile and a complex aroma that features notes of fuel, skunk, and spice. Meanwhile, Girl Scout Cookies’ other parent, Durban Poison, is a pure sativa that is originally from the South African port city of Durban. It’s known as a sweet-smelling and uplifting strain that many consumers use as a creative aid.
Girl Scout Cookies also comes in a few other variations, which include the strains Thin Mint and Platinum GSC.
It is currently a very popular selection in the cannabis scene, and this may be due to the attention Girl Scout Cookies has received after winning numerous Cannabis Cup awards.
Girl Scout Cookies generally has a 60/40 indica to sativa ratio and an above average THC concentration.
Most consumers agree that Girl Scout Cookies typically produces euphoric effects (some remark that vaping Girl Scout Cookies makes them feel like they’ve been “catapulted” into the high). One should expect to feel “waves of giddiness” that can last for a few hours, though these happy spikes will probably be balanced out with periods of introspection.
As the cerebral high fades, the consumer will slip into a deep, stress-free, full-body relaxation that feel like a “tranquilizer” and can “glue you to your seat.”
Overall, consumers say that Girl Scout Cookies leaves them feeling happy, relaxed, euphoric, uplifted, or creative.
Due to its flavorful taste profile, many consumers prefer to enjoy Girl Scout Cookies as an after-dinner treat. Its aroma is sweet and pungent, and carries notes of mint, cherry, and lemon.