GMO’s (genetically modified organisms) makes an appearance in news headlines every couple of years. Some people have extreme opinions on the fact that people are modifying the genetics of food in laboratories. I wonder what those same people would think about smoking genetically altered cannabis. (Breeding together strains of tomatoes or cannabis technically makes it “genetically modified”) The GMO Cookies strain has been popping up in recreational stores and dispensaries as the genetics spread. You may have seen it under another name as well, the Garlic Cookies strain.
The indica-dominant child of Chemdog and Girl Scout Cookies this smelly genetic combination is the brainchild of Divine Genetics. The aromatic combination of gas and spice entice the senses. A sweetness to the aroma can also be enticing, but don’t let this fool you. GMO Cookies packs an ass-kicking punch.
This strain has potent medical effects from relieving stress to calming an upset stomach. If you need an appetite boost or to relieve some serious pain you might consider grinding up some of this or dropping some into your banger.
A dark shade of green covers most of each bud with patches of purple and amber-tinted orange hairs. The familiar chemdog flavor can be found in GMO cookies, but there are also subtle hints of garlic and other herby flavors. The slight hints of garlic helped develop the second name of this strain. Some growers have taken to changing the name to the Garlic Cookies strain because of the negative associations with the GMO abbreviation.