Animal Cookies Strain: Girl Scout Cookies x Fire OG
- Fire OG
- Girl Scout Cookies
Animal Cookies has genetics stemming from Fire OG and Girl Scout Cookies. With those being two of our favorites, it is no wonder why this medical marijuana strain is one of my new favorites to end the day in a peaceful zone.
Animal Cookies: The Girl Scout Cookies & Fire OG Strains Collide
As with all strains of cannabis, depending on your batch of Animal Cookies, the aesthetics may be different than another batch. However, like Girl Scout Cookies, this strain has some distinct characteristics that seem to be obvious traits every time I come across the strain. Beautiful bursts of dark green, purple and orange are common when medicating with pretty much any strain deriving from the cookies.
“This last batch of Animal Cookies was lab tested at 19.8% THC. Just what you should expect from such a heavy-hitting hybrid.”
The effects generated after just one inhale are plentiful and nearly instant, making this a phenomenal strain for those consuming alone. It will put your mind in a tranquil zone far, far away while providing the full-bodied pain relief.
How Will The Animal Cookies Cannabis Strain Affect Me?
This batch of Animal Cookies has colorful buds that are extremely soft and will crumble to the touch. It is actually one of the most delicate buds that I can remember, as if it was ready to be broken down and enjoyed.
“It really tastes like a mixture of cherry, grape, and brown sugar.”
Animal Cookies has an enticing terpene profile. A sweet musky scent of lemons and pine overtakes the room as the container is opened. The smooth smoke creates a taste so unique you may have to taste it to understand what I mean – it really tastes like a mixture of cherry, grape, and brown sugar.
Although a good batch of well-grown Animal Cookies can be difficult to come by, this is sure to be a popular strain as it becomes more ubiquitous among the MMJ community.
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