Girl Scout Cookies, like so many other awesome weed strains hails from the West Coast of the US where she created waves of raving excitement among cannabis lovers shortly after she came to the scene. So big was the excitement about this super-potent strain that it didn’t take long until these waves and her stellar reputation reached Europe and the rest of the world. Today she is the best selling strain on the West Coast and the most popular strain in North America.
Just one of Girl Scout Cookies superb traits is her crazy powerful high that mixes happiness and euphoria with up-until-now uncharted depths of relaxation along with her excellent taste. Said differently, she more than deserves her reputation and that she’s the talk of so many cannabis lovers these days!
Girl Scout Cookies is an indica/sativa hybrid that began as a crossbreed of an OG Kush, which is s legendary balanced indica/sativa with a Durban Poison which is a pure sativa. She has 60% indica dominance but what makes her stand out is her crazy THC content that can reach a staggering 28%. With these impressive numbers, these scouting girls are one of the most potent strains available today, with some serious benefits not just for stoners who can’t say no to some premium West Coast ganja but also for many medicinal users!
Her high isn’t just immensely powerful but it combines the best of sativa and indica into a smoke experience that really couldn’t be any better. She gives a uplifting and euphoric high like that as you can get from the best sativas but mixes it with an awesome indica stone so she’s really delivering the best of both cannabis worlds in one awesome smoke!
While Girl Scout Cookies is not necessarily the easiest strain to grow, most growers simply and entirely understandably can’t resist growing her and are happily accepting the slightly more effort it might at times need to grow her. The result at the end sure will absolutely be worth it, just ask anyone who had the pleasure to try her. Girl Scout Cookies are already a legend and you shouldn't need to think twice whether you want to grow her!
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