Blue Cookies Strain, also known as “Blue GSC” and “Blue Girl Scout Cookies”, is an indica-dominant hybrid cross between two celebrity strains, Girl Scout Cookies and Blueberry. A descendant of these heavyweight champion strains, Blue Cookies delivers a devastating euphoria straight to the head, where it quickly subsides to relax the entire body. Sweet berry flavors merge with earthy cherry notes in a flavor profile as alluring as the thick layer of icy resin on the bud that spreads over twisted greens and purples. Consumers should approach Blue Cookies with modesty, but the potency of this strain is perfect for hard-to-impress veterans. You can also find another variation of Blue Cookies Strain, a select phenotype of Girl Scout Cookies that lacks Blueberry genetics.
There is some controversy over the real parents of this indica-dominant award winner: some sources claim they are F1Durb (a descendant of the indica-dominant Durban Poison) and Florida OG (a little-known indica); others say they are Blueberry and Girl Scout Cookies. Regardless of their origins, Blue Cookies has a sativa / indica ratio between 10:90 and 30:70, which makes for a strong body noise, although the sativa genes also produce an energized cerebral high. Use this strain to treat anxiety. , Depression, headache, irritability, and persistent physical pain. Blue Cookies won the Cannabis Cup in the medical hybrid category mainly because of their enormous THC content of over 28%.The record holder is still below 30%, which means this strain is one of the most potent on the market, while CBD makes up less than 2% of the cannabinoid content of this plant, so it shouldn’t be used by Blue Cookies. as a unique treatment for seizures or other health problems that respond to CBD. As the name suggests, the dense buds of this strain have a dark bluish hue and a thick layer of resinous crystals on the surface. The taste is sweet and smooth, with notes of orange, earth and caramel. The smell is sweet and reminiscent of cookies. Blue cookies are popular on the West Coast but are much harder to find in other parts of the United States.