All that is known about the genetics of Julie’s Cookies is that it’s a reworking of the classic Girl Scout Cookies, which is a Sativa-dominant hybrid of Durban Poison and OG Kush. GSC is a long-established favourite due to its combination of medical benefit, great taste and attractive looks and Julies Cookies tweaks the genetics slightly to make an already-great strain even better.
Anyone thinking that the taste of GSC was already about as good as it could possibly get, will be pleased to know that Julie’s Cookies has kept all that delicious flavour. We’d say it was less like cookies and more like a high-quality fruitcake with a decent helping of cinnamon.
Medically, Julie’s Cookies offers the same sort of benefits as its parent and offers relief from even severe pain and acute nausea, it’s also great for stimulating appetite. In addition to all of this, its high THC levels make it great for enhancing the user’s mood and dealing with issues such as anxiety. It can also help to boost energy levels and hence combat fatigue. Recreational users can enjoy a blissful and euphoric, mainly cerebral high, which is exquisitely relaxing.
The good news for growers is that Julie’s Cookies is even easier to grow than GSC. It’s easy-going, undemanding and stable. The great news is that this is one of the most mould-resistant strains out there, although please note this assumes that you’re paying attention to providing appropriate ventilation. On that note, even though the smell from this strain is fairly moderate on the general scale of marijuana growing, we’d still suggest filters were a good idea. In addition to being robust, Julie’s Cookies really is a beautiful strain to look at with glossy green calyxes, highlighted with purple leaves and orange hairs, all topped off with a dusting of glittering, white resin.
As if growers needed any more incentive to try this strain, it will flourish indoors (in about 9 weeks) or outdoors (by around the end of September/start of October) and will produce very decent yields of about 500 to 700 gr/m2.
Indoors or outdoors
Presumably Sativa dominant
Reworking of Girl Scout Cookies