About this Hybrid Strain
Cookies is a cannabis strain created through a three-way combination of the potent OG Kush, Durban Poison and Cherry Kush. Don’t mistake this strain for the infamous GSC, as some do. This strain is different. It's an Indica-dominant hybrid and its effects can be helpful for a variety of discomforts, according to its reviewers. Some have used Cookies to help increase appetite as well as to reduce stress, anxiety, feelings of depression, nausea, and even chronic pain.
THC percentage levels of Cookies often fall around the mid-20’s, give or take, depending on cultivation and curing techniques used. Its cured buds tend to be quite dense and shaped like anchors, with deep violet hues scattered over its flowers and bronze pistils poking out.
Scent and flavor-wise, Cookies can be reminiscent of baked, nutty confections with a hint of cherries. Vanilla and spice tend to be present in its scent but less-so in its flavor.
Frequently Asked Questions About Cookies
- What is Cookies?
Cookies is a delicious strain that smells and tastes similar to baked, nutty confections with a hint of cherry. It’s a hybrid combination of OG Kush, Durban Poison, and Cherry Kush.
- What does Cookies mean?
The strain Cookies gets its name from its delicious scent consisting of baked confections with nuts, cherries, vanilla and spices.
- Where does Cookies come from?
Cookies results from combining the strains OG Kush, Durban Poison and Cherry Kush.
- What does Cookies taste like?
Cookies tends to taste sweet and slightly nutty with a hint of cherry.
- What does Cookies smell like?
Cookies smells of baked confections with nuts, cherries, vanilla and spices.
- What color does Cookies have?
Its cured buds tend to be quite dense and shaped like anchors with deep violet hues scattered over its flowers and bronze pistils poking out.
- What effects does Cookies have?
Reviewers have shared that Cookies' effects can be great for a variety of personal concerns. Some have used Cookies to help increase appetite and to reduce stress, anxiety, feelings of depression, nausea, and even chronic pain.
- Is Cookies an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Cookies is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain.