Girl Scout Haze Cookies

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Girl Scout Haze Cookies is an exceptional strain presenting a combination of great features that takes her near perfection. This exceptional characteristics can be explained with the genetic heritage of Girl Scout Haze Cookies, the sweet baby of two superior strains:the delicious Girl Scout Cookies with the Super Sour Silver Diesel Haze (SSSDH).

Girl Scout Haze Cookies just loves the sun and grows strong and big thanks to it, with high productivity levels. It has a medium length flowering when you compare it to other Haze strains that tend to be very long-flowering. When the autumn temperatures arrive, she will start to show beautiful blue-purple colours and with the inexorable progress of the flowering towards the harvest the buds will look more and more white from the enormous amounts of pollen. After those 9-10 weeks, you will easily harvest more than 500 gr per plant.

Its buds, hard, compact and full of resin, release an intense perfume (carbon filters are really recommended) that will make you enjoy its smoke just as if it was the very first time you ever had cookies. The aroma, complex and delicious, combines incense, gasoil, spices and sweet cookies, but some compare it with a lemon pie. The effect is intense and has a first euphoric stage that slowly develops in to a state of happy, pleasant relaxation. She contains a big deal of resin so it is a really good strain for extraction.


Feminized Feminized Feminized
Type Photoperiod
Gentype Genotype Sativa/Indica
Genetics Genetics Girl Scout Cookies x SSSDH
Flowering Flowering 9-10 weeks
Harvest Harvest High
Height Height Medium
THC Thc High
CBD Cbd Medium
outdoor Method Outdoor
indoor Method Indoor
greenhouse Method Greenhouse





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