The Girl Scout cookies or which we all know now as GSC is a cross between the OG Kush and the Durban poison whose stature grew immense within the borders of California Homeland. With GSC’s sweet and earthy scent, this strain will launch you into a high state of euphoria where it includes relaxation of your body and time-bending cerebral space. Because of this strain’s THC contents, it is said that a little goes a long way for this tasty treat. This strain has also won a great number of cannabis cup awards. Patients who are looking for a potent dose of relief using GSC may also experience severe pain, nausea, and appetite loss.
Thin Mint and Platinum GSC are some of the phenotypes of the GSC strain which display a difference in appearance and effect. GSC reveals its beauty with its twisting green calyxes wrapped in purple leaves and fiery orange hairs. For those patients and consumers who are interested in growing this cannabis staple on their own, it is best to wait for 9 to 10 weeks for their plant to finish flowering, especially if this is done indoors.
The GSC strain is popular in the market and is a grower’s favorite choice in places where cannabis is legal. With an average THC content of 28%, this means that this strain is not to be messed with. You should be aware when you proceed to try the GSC and when you do take the hit, make sure that you take it in small doses. This cannabis has a rich, earthy aroma with a dessert-like smoke that will feel smooth and dry.
A wave of euphoria and a slight tingle at the base of your skull is what you would be feeling from your first exhale. Once you take the hit, it has a couch-lock effect that will make sure that you sit still and sedated while you experience mind-bending reality. Be prepared as munchies will come right after. You will also experience cottonmouth and a slight ringing in the head.
Insomnia, inflammation, chronic pain, muscle spasms, and cramps are some of the medical conditions that this strain treats.