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About Cookies and Cream Cheese
If you’ve made it a personal mission to try every strain out there that comes from incredible genetics, you’d better add Cookies and Cream Cheese to your list. Hailing from Big Buddha Seeds in the United Kingdom, this indica-dominant strain might be your new daily go-to. Breeders crossed their infamous Big Buddha Cheese with Girl Scout Cookies (Thin Mint) to create a strain that’s worth trying if you’re looking for an array of effects.
Big Buddha Seeds is typically pretty forthcoming with information about their strains, but for whatever reason, they’ve withheld this gal’s potency from the general public. Reports point to her being rather strong, so newbies might want to think carefully before they puff. Nugs take on a light mint green color and although they’re a little short on pistils, they make up for it with a thick blanket of white trichomes. While this strain does emit flavors and aromas that mirror a freshly baked cookie, you’ll also get to enjoy notes of fruit and spice.
Cookies and Cream Cheese offers users a bit of an interesting mix, with many reporting that they experience both sativa and indica effects that ebb and flow. You’ll likely find yourself in a positive cerebral state, exploring the limits of your own happiness and enjoying time with friends. Outdoor adventures might seem extra exciting, or even sitting at home watching Netflix could be far more enjoyable than it typically is. At the same time, however, this bud is also responsible for imparting effects that many say are relaxing and only slightly sedative in nature. Prepare to potentially become the most introspective one of the group as you ponder the meaning of life in a psychedelic haze.
Growing any strain from Big Buddha Seeds is typically a fun endeavor, as the company makes it easy to purchase seeds online and fairly thorough cultivation information is readily available as well. Experts note that this plant often ends up being rather bushy and compact, making her a great option if you’re limited on space. Both indoor and outdoor growth is suitable, and after 9 to 10 weeks inside, your yield should be fairly large in size. Those who opt for a more natural growing environment in the great outdoors should plan to harvest in mid-October. If you’re looking for plants to have deep purple leaves like their GSC parent, drop the temperature a bit toward the end of flowering.
While she may not taste exactly as her name entails, Cookies and Cream Cheese still offers a mostly sweet treat that’s great for nearly any afternoon. If you’re planning on having a mellow day at the office this bud could help to liven things up or save her for weekend plans with friends for an extra good time.