What are the effects of GMO Cookies cannabis?
GMO (Garlic, Mushroom, and Onions) Cookies cannabis, which was created by Divine Genetics, is an indica-dominant strain that contains 80% indica, 20% sativa, and an insanely potent THC content of 25%. It is the resultant cross of Chemdawg x Girl Scout Cookies (GSC). Up until recently, obtaining GMO Cookies marijuana seeds for this highly coveted strain has been close to impossible, but thanks to Pacific Seed Bank, cannabis growers don’t have to hunt down clippings to grow it as a clone-only strain anymore.
Surprisingly, despite being a near-pure indica, GMO Cookies cannabis is not known for being the kind of sedating strain to leave you immobilized or incapacitated on your couch.
Instead, GMO Cookies strain is known for providing uplifting effects and a euphoric high that lasts for hours on end and allows users to access their sense of inner happiness. Its wonderfully relaxing properties work to calm both the body and mind and only end up sending users off to la-la land as its other effects wear off.
In addition, some recreational cannabis users say that GMO Cookies impart a greater ability to focus and an uptick in creative thinking.
What are the therapeutic benefits of GMO Cookies cannabis?
For those who are in need of temporary relief from mental health issues such as chronic stress, anxiety, depression, and cyclical negative thinking, GMO Cookies’ mood-boosting, and soothing cerebral effects have the potential to provide the much-needed reset they are seeking.
On the physical side of things, GMO Cookies are reported to provide anti-inflammatory benefits, as well as alleviation from chronic aches and pains, loss of appetite, and sleep issues.
What does GMO Cookies taste and smell like?
Named for its distinctive aroma that smells of garlic, mushrooms, and onions. In addition, GMO Cookies has an interesting diesel aroma that shifts to one of plums and coffee, the blend of which is actually why it ends up smelling more like garlic and onions.
In terms of GMO Cookies flavor profile, this is one contradictory strain as not only is it an indica-heavy hybrid that doesn’t usually result in paralyzed couchlock, but it has a strongly garlicky aroma that tastes of cookies and an earthy flavor profile. In fact, it is well-loved for uniquely contrasting fragrances and flavors, with its super tasty, earthy coffee flavor that lacks the pungent flavors of garlic or onions. All in all, users rate this flavorful strain to be most appealing to their taste buds.
How do I grow GMO Cookies cannabis seeds?
GMO Cookies, which are highly resistant to disease, are considered to be a pretty easy strain to grow, making it a good option for cannabis growers of all levels, including novice growers, to try their hands at. Plus, since Pacific Seed Bank only makes available the highest-quality feminized seeds, the likelihood of ending up with all female plants is about 90%!
To cultivate this indica-dominant hybrid outside, you’ll need to do so in a warm and sunny setting. If growing this outdoors isn’t an option, GMO Cookies will also thrive inside, whereas indoor growers will just need to stay mindful of the fact that its plants have some real stretch to them.
What do GMO Cookies cannabis plants look like?
GMO Cookies plants grow to be medium height, with an appearance that is more reminiscent of a sativa than an indica, except for the fact that its elongated buds are quite dense in structure, which is a common indica trait.
Its nuggets are olive green in color with a beautiful array of long, thin orange hairs (pistils) and chunky white trichomes that are reminiscent of shimmering crystals.
When to harvest your GMO Cookies cannabis plant
GMO Cookies is so easy for even first-time growers to cultivate that their slightly-above average indoor and outdoor yields seem even bigger than they are due to how low maintenance this strain is.
Grown inside, it should reach its flowering time in about 10 weeks, providing indoor growers with an eventual yield of somewhere around 450 grams of resinous nugs per square meter.
Cultivate outside, growers can anticipate an approximate harvest of 450 grams per plant right around the middle of October.
Similar cannabis strains to GMO Cookies
- Girl Scout Cookies (GSC): this delectable sativa-dominant strain is one of GMO Cookies’ popular parent strains
- Pitbull: this beautiful cannabis strain also contains an indica-to-sativa ratio of 80:20
- Cadillac Purple: near-evenly-balanced hybrid with its heavy indica effects also has a THC content of 25%