The quickest and easiest way to grow the tastiest U.S. scents
• 200 g/plant
• 1.5 m
• April / October
• 450 g/m2
• 75 days
- Girl Scout Cookies
- OG Kush Autoflowering
Perfect for: those willing to grow Cookies without worries and with the best possible results.
Her amazing speed, however, doesn't undermine the euphoric onset and relaxing ending of her buzz. Nor does it affect the complexity of this brand-new Kush with earthy and fruity nuances that has truly revolutionised the global cannabis market.
Cookies Autoflowering is a mid-sized plant with prominent side branches. Her Ruderalis genes don’t curb her vertical growth and she loves stretching sideways. Her bushy structure with long internodes allows for deeper stretching, mostly to the side. This means that proper aeration is always guaranteed and that light can get in up to the most remote corners of her body without much effort. Her randomly-distributed thin and elongated leaves are also to be thanked for that.
Her yield is substantial. The main central cola is a true gem that would make any grower proud: chunky, elongated, super-thick, and almost white, due to the vast amount of trichomes on it. And, all this, surrounded by equally extraordinary and plentiful side branches. Get ready to harvest an awful lot of sizeable, cone-shaped, and resin-frosted buds from them.
Aromas and flavours
This is exactly what pushed the Cookies to her legendary status. The Kush scent is probably one of the cannabis aromas with more followers. For that very reason, we couldn’t but preserve the highly-acclaimed earthy and slightly zesty fragrance and add some new sweeter nuances to it. We wanted to take the Kush essence to a whole new level never seen before. This autoflowering version offers the same scent as the famous Cookies: classic Californian Kush with new pastry-like nuances that give her a freshly-baked feel. By changing the most traditional cannabis scent a bit, we’ve made the taste of Cookies Autoflowering a hard-to-forget one.
As is customary in U.S. genetics, the high delivered by this strain is definitely a hard-hitting one. To be blamed for this is her 20% THC content that is in no way balanced by any other cannabinoid, for her cannabidiol levels are almost non-existent. Her effect has a slightly euphoric feel to it that will initially fill you with happiness, thanks the vast amount of limonene terpenes in her. Prepare yourself for an ending that enshrouds both mind and body with warm relaxation, though.
Cookies Autoflowering is sure to fulfil the expectations of many growers: with or without experience. One of her main assets is her autoflowering ability to thrive almost by herself, unlike her feminised counterpart. Armed with Ruderalis genetics, she’s far stronger, more capable of coping with harsh weather conditions and, definitely, much faster. Ready for harvest in some 75 days after germination. That’s why she’s perfect for growing in regions with short summers. Two months and a half of sunny days will be enough for her. She’s also a top choice for people with space constraints because of her more manageable size. It’s important to remember, though, that she’s really into growing upwards and that her side branches fill with rather dense flowers, so you’d better get some quality stakes to keep them up.
Total amount of cannabinoids*: 18.35%
*Cannabis contains at least 113 cannabinoids, which can be either acidic or neutral. When heated – e.g. through smoking, vaping or cooking – acidic cannabinoids decarboxylate and become neutral. This report refers only to the main cannabinoids – acidic and neutral – in this strain.
Total amount of terpenes*: 1.444%
*Cannabis contains over 100 terpenes. These compounds create the aroma unique to each strain and can interact with cannabinoids. This report refers only to the 15 most abundant terpenes in this strain.
These results have been obtained by liquid chromatography coupled to a UV-visible HPLC Detector (HPLC-UV/VIS) for identifying the cannabinoids and by gas chromatography coupled to a flame ionization detector (GC-FID) for the collection of terpenes. The equipment has been previously calibrated and quality control samples were run to assure the accuracy of the results. The data shown here is the average of samples coming from several plants grown from seeds by different growers.
The data contained within this report was collected in accordance with the requirements defined by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in their Recommended Methods for the Identification and Analysis of Cannabis and Cannabis Products. We hereby attest that the information contained within the report has been reviewed for accuracy and checked against the quality control requirements for each method.