Girl Scout Cookies Strain:
Girl Scout Cookies tends to have larger buds that are chunky and densely-packed. The tightly-curled leaves are a bright spring green, and some phenotypes carry streaks of purple. With a very high resin content, buds are covered in white trichomes. They’re also very sticky and can be difficult to break up by hand.
Grown outdoors, the plants require consistently warm and humid daytime surroundings — although the strain’s hardy genetics make it more resistant to adverse fluctuations in temperature. The thick and compact flowers may need external support from stakes in order to keep from drooping on their overburned branches.
It on full-force: feelings of sudden giddiness are common,nl which can escalate into full-on euphoria. Users may feel increasingly chatty or disposed to socializing. There’s also a trippy, psychedelic component to the high. Smokers may notice an enhanced sense of hearing — or even of taste, with foods taking on a more dynamic flavor. Some relaxing physicality accompanies this head high; users may feel slightly heavier or more calm. And while Girl Scout Cookies won’t pin you down into an intractable state of couchlock, you may have more difficulty with tasks that require fine motor skills.
The innocence implied by this strain’s named has created some P.R. debacles — in late 2016, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission banned the sale of Girl Scout Cookies and about 420 other strains like Candyland and Cinderella whose names could make them potentially attractive to children.