Mint Cookies, a finisher at the 2014 Seattle Cannabis Cup. Mint Cookies, as former is also known, is a cross of the legendary Girl Scout Cookies, the even more legendary OG Kush, and F1 Durban Poison. That combination makes for a potent, near even balance of sativa and indica genes (exact sativa/indica ratio unclear). The high includes both mental and physical effects, including a calming body buzz with strong hunger and sleepiness, together with a cerebral creative boost, mental relief, and psychoactive sensations. Mint Cookies is a great choice for patients who suffer from anxiety, depression, lack of appetite, and insomnia. It can be used any time of day, but is typically more effective at night. THC levels can be stratospheric, topping 24% in at least one test. CBD levels, though, are too low to recommend this strain to patients who suffer from seizures or other disorders that are treated with CBD. Mint Cookies as a minty flavor and smell, with sweet cookie notes. Adverse effects may include dry mouth and watery eyes. This strain isn’t as popular as its parents, but it sells well on the West Coast, in Nevada, and in Arizona.
Hybrid – 50% Indica / 50% Sativa
Common Usage: Arthritis, Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain, Depression, Inflammation, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, Migraines, Muscle Spasms, Nausea, PTSD
Effects: Body High, Cerebral, Creative, Energizing, Euphoria, Happy, Relaxing