The Girl Scout Cookies strain is classified as a hybrid, with a 60% indica and 40% sativa genetic makeup. Its lineage hails from the mega-popular strains Durban Poison (a sativa) and OG Kush (a hybrid). GSC Strain(Min Order:1Oz), The GSC buds grown and sent into labs for testing have shown results of a 17-28% THC content (rather high for a smoking strain), and a CBD content of 0.09-0.2% (low in CBD). When GSC is grown, variations of phenotypes in the genetics can occur, producing occasional batches of Platinum Cookies and Thin Mint (two related strains, closely tied to Girl Scout Cookies).Originating from California, Girl Scout Cookies weed has now grow massively popular all over the world, selling out especially in dispensaries all over America. Although it is not considered a supremely easy strain to grow, cultivators continue to produce large quantities of GSC, so that stoners and patients everywhere can keep rejoicing.
Girl Scout Cookies is a powerful descendant of OG Kush and Durban Poison. It has a dominant Indica component but also a strong hit of Sativa genetics, about 40 percent Sativa and 60 percent Indica. Some varieties are also mixed with Cherry Kush. Two popular twists are a variety called Thin Mints, and the popular Platinum cookies. These all share some similarities and differences. Some varieties are dark green with tightly wrapped flowers, fierce orange hairs, and dotted with frosty trichomes. Others are tinged with purple leaves. Girl Scout Cookies were first made in California and its popularity has stretched nationwide. Its OG Kush parent originated in South Florida. It is a powerful weed which must be handled with care. It has some of the highest THC levels known and has won many Cannabis Cup awards.