Think back on your first time getting the munchies after smoking weed. What did you crave? Did you raid the vending machine of your dorm and wolf down otherwise atrocious off-brand corn chips? Did you make a beeline for a 24-hour diner and stuff your face with syrup-covered pancakes? Did you hit the fast food drive-thru and make short work of a bag full of burgers? If any of the above is true, your first 420 experience was probably not in February. If it had been, then your munchies would have told you in no uncertain terms to polish off a box of Girl Scout cookies. That perfect confluence of THC high and thin mint deliciousness provided the inspiration for the Girl Scout Cookies strain of marijuana.
What Is So Special About the Girl Scout Cookies Strain?
The Girl Scout Cookies strain (GSC) predates our current golden age of medical cannabis. It was born of the creativity of weed enthusiasts, like so many of today’s popular strains. GSC gets its name from its minty flavor; you don’t have to be stoned to recognize the similarity of its taste to thin mint cookies. What the name doesn’t tell you is that GSC packs a powerful high; despite the name, it definitely isn’t kids’ stuff. Its THC content ranges from 17 percent to a whopping 28 percent. In other words, it is some of the grooviest weed on the market.
It is a hybrid of sativa and indica, with its genome consisting of about 60 percent sativa and 40 percent indica. Its family tree includes Durban Poison, which is a sativa strain, and OG Kush, which is a sativa-indica hybrid. The Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies strain is a phenotype of GSC.
The Girl Scout Cookies Strain Is for Medical Cannabis Patients, Too
GSC is high in THC and low in CBD, making it an unusual choice for medical cannabis users. Likewise, it was made to be smoked, unlike many other medical cannabis strains bred specifically for edibles. The great thing about medical cannabis is that patients have the freedom to choose the cannabis strain and method of delivery (smoking or edibles) that works for them. In other words, you do what works best for you. You can even buy your own Girl Scout Cookies strain seeds for medical use. Some medical cannabis users find GSC effective at reducing anxiety. Of course, much like its namesake, it is also great for stimulating the appetite. People respond differently to different strains of weed. You might find that GSC is just what the doctor ordered for your particular condition.
Where Can I Get My Hands on Some GSC Weed?
What is stopping you from partaking of the scrumptious platinum Girl Scout Cookies strain? Could it be that you do not have a medical cannabis card? MMJ Herb can fix that.
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