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About this Hybrid Strain
Toxic Cookies doesn't sound like anything you'd want to be close to, let alone ingest. Hopefully your mind is a little more open to it after this review, however. This indica-dominant hybrid was originally bred by Full Moon Genetics, from a cross of Dosidos with Chem Delight.
The round, popcorn-shaped nuggets consist of coiled fern-green leaves, that appear lime-green due to the coat of fuzzy, amber trichomes. Long and stringy orange pistils are scattered about.
Toxic Cookies' odor is rich, with diesel fuel and sweet mint. The flavor is similar, with additional hints of citrus and a peppery bite. This contrast of gasoline and sweet mint might be what inspired the Toxic Cookies name.
The psychoactive euphoria is reportedly powerful and long-lasting, with some users assuming they were having a Sativa. Not surprisingly, the THC content measured at nearly 27%! Reportedly, the blissful body buzz settles in slowly, but lasts for hours. The dominant terpenes, Beta-Caryophyllene and Beta-Myrcene are believed to work in synergy to combat inflammation and pain, as well as acting as a muscle relaxant. Some reviewers suggested that users with anxiety, cramps, insomnia, and other tension based grievances might look to give Toxic Cookies a try.
Toxic Cookies reportedly packs a powerful psychoactive punch, which precedes the sedating and relaxing body effects. For this reason, it's probably best to enjoy this strain in the evening.
Frequently Asked Questions About Toxic Cookies
- What is Toxic Cookies?
Toxic Cookies is an indica-dominant cannabis strain, known for its gassy flavor and potency.
- Where does Toxic Cookies come from?
Toxic Cookies was originally bred by Full Moon Genetics, and grown by Bohemian Brothers. It is a cross of Dosidos and Chem Delight.
- What does Toxic Cookies smell like?
Toxic Cookies has a musky, gassy odor, with hints of mint and citrus.
- What Toxic Cookies taste like?
Toxic Cookies has a funky diesel and sweet mint flavor, with hints of citrus and pepper.
- What color does Toxic Cookies have?
Round, popcorn-shaped nuggets, consisting of coiled fern-green leaves, appear lime-green due to the coat of fuzzy amber trichomes. Long and stringy orange pistils are scattered about the Toxic Cookies buds.
- What effects does Toxic Cookies have?
Toxic Cookies has a reportedly powerful and long-lasting, psychoactive euphoria, that precedes a sedative and relaxing body buzz. Some suggested this strain was effective for their pain, inflammation, cramps, insomnia, and anxiety.
- Is Toxic Cookies an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Toxic Cookies is an indica-dominant hybrid, approximately 70% Indica and 30% Sativa.