Girl Scout Cookies

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Girl Scout Cookies Plant

Girl Scout Cookies is an Indica dominant weed from the Bay Area in San Francisco with genetics from three strains; OG Kush, Durban Poison and Cherry Kush. OG Kush and Cherry Kush are well-known Indica strains from northern California while Durban Poison is a Sativa from South Africa.

Girl Scout Cookies weed has a skunky smell with undertones of mint. The flavor is surprisingly sweet, reminiscent of candy floss with a hint of spice. The high comes on fast and you’ll feel a soaring rush that settles down into a strongly sedative stone. This is definitely a smoke for chilling out in the evening. Medical practitioners recommend this weed for poor appetite, stress and insomnia.

The Girl Scout Cookies strain produces plants of medium height with robust branches covered in bright green leaves. The buds are dense and display coatings of silver crystals and sticky resin. In cooler conditions, the plants can take on a purple colour. THC level has been measured in the lab at 19.3 percent.

Indoors, Girl Scout Cookies grows well in hydro and although you can use the SOG growing method the plants should be allowed to stretch a little to optimise the harvest. The plants have good resistance to mildew and pests and flowering time is nine to 10 weeks. You can expect to harvest around 60 grams per plant.

Outdoors, this strain needs lots of warm sunshine to thrive so you’ll need to grow it somewhere with a Mediterranean climate. Harvest in the northern hemisphere is in mid-October.

If you’re looking for a potent weed with a distinctively sweet flavor then Girl Scout Cookies could be just the strain for you.

Strain Characteristics:

Indoors or outdoors in a Mediterranean Climate
THC Level:
Flowering Time:
9-10 weeks
Plant Type:
Mid October
OG Kush x Cherry Pie
60 grams per plant
Grow Difficulty:
Moderate - Easy


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3 comments on Girl Scout Cookies
  1. brutal

    Having problem with my girl, she’s been in the ground since June , she hit 12 foot and been flowering since mid sept. And still flowering in DEC. When will she be done , she’s GSC , but I think she’s a freak plant , I’ve only been using water NO nutrients , its the height that’s strange , could that have any effect on her flowering time , cause it looks likes she’s going to be flowering well into next year , like March .:-)

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