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I enjoy Cookies. You might enjoy Cookies. There are a wide variety of types of cookies. However, these cookie-based things have merged into cannabis strains over the last couple of years. The Thin Mint GSC strain cannot be eaten and does not come from an annual cookie sale. Instead, this cannabis strain was brought to us by crossing OG Kush and Durban Poison resulting in this phenotype of GSC. This strain was also a finisher in the 2014 Cannabis Cup in Seattle, Washington.

Variations of Cookies-based strains can be suitable for various levels of cannabis enthusiasts. Due to the cerebral nature of the Thin Mint GSC strain, it is not always suitable for beginning or novice cannabis users. Users can anticipate feeling potential relief from pain, lack of appetite, and insomnia. This strain might be perfect for someone that needs a balanced high to help them unwind at the end of the day.

The appearance and flavors of Thin Mint GSC are what sets it apart from other strains. With a sweet and minty flavor, the strain does an excellent job of referencing the cookie that it receives its name from. Purple and green patches scatter across each of the nugs creating an enticing visual and appealing smell that draws the consumer in.

Thin Mint GSC Strain by Santa Cruz Roots

Whether you’re chasing flavor, looks, THC numbers, or terpenes Thin Mint GSC has it all. As controversial as THC numbers can be with this strain they routinely appear in the low 20’s. Potent enough to appeal to a wide base of consumers, but full of enough delicious terps to provide benefit to the consumer.

Thin Mint GSC Strain Dominant Terpenes

Other OG Kush crosses: Blackberry KushKhalifa KushHindu KushChampagne KushTriangle KushPurple KushKimbo Kush, & Kosher Kush.

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