Girl Scout Cookies (GSC)

Definition - What does Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) mean?

Girl Scout Cookies is one of the most potent strains of marijuana available. The strain contains a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) level of about 28 percent. It is an Indica-dominant strain that contains 60 percent Indica with 40 percent Sativa. A hybrid, its parents are OG Kush and Durban Poison. Cherry Crush was also used in its creation. The California strain remains relatively new so there are numerous phenotypes of the strain. The high obtained can last for hours, which makes it a favorite among users.

MaximumYield explains Girl Scout Cookies (GSC)

Girl Scout Cookies has a very sweet and earthy flavor. Most users report a happy high that is extremely relaxing. Medical marijuana users often use it to treat depression, anxiety disorders and to spur appetite. The only side effect of the strain appears to be dry mouth. When grown indoors, the Girl Scout Cookies marijuana plants tend to take nine to 10 weeks to bloom. It is a difficult plant to grow but, despite the hardships involved in cultivation, it is fast becoming a favorite plant for home growers.

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