About Lilac Cookies
Lilac Cookies is a fickle girl, a limited release by Ethos Genetics that looks beautiful in the garden and tastes even better. Those who are intimidated by high THC levels should stay clear: Lilac Cookies’ 30% average will knock you out cold. With just a bit of growing expertise (we’ll help you out below), Lilac Cookies delivers a gorgeous, high yield that’s sure to excite anyone looking for a powerhouse lady to grow for the new season.
To grow Lilac Cookies, we recommend using SCROG due to how the plant spreads out laterally. Alternatively, you can try SOG, easing off on the pruning and focusing more on volume. Either way, growers that want to get into hydroponics have the perfect test subject in Lilac Cookies, since she responds well to pretty much anything. Experts that love to experiment with new substrates like coconut should try Lilac Cookies to refine their methods; beginners should use it since it’s hard to mess up. You’ll get beautiful flowers popping out of potently smelly buds in about 7 weeks.
The plant itself is known for its beauty. The chubby nugs grow big, fluffy, and dark olive-green, with clear frosty crystals tinted in lilac colors and silver hairs. Rich purples underlie the structure. The scent is sweet, floral, and citrusy with undertones of gas. The buds produce a lot of resin, which spreads across the broad leaves, making Lilac Cookies ideal for growers that use their yield for extractions.
Lilac Cookies’ sparkly exterior accentuates the luxurious appearance with a THC level that flies past 30%. You’ll be flying too as you absorb the sparkly, decadent buds, taking in the bright citrus florals on the inhale, and the nutty cream flavors on the exhale. The strain’s parents – Lilac Diesel and Forum Cookies – gave it that rich flavor combination. The effects though are all her own.
Lilac Cookies produces feelings of weightlessness and euphoria. Cerebral and even psychedelic, the strain is known to give people a feeling of giddiness that relaxes and warms its companions, leaving them locked to their couch with their new favorite lady. Sleep is not uncommon on Lilac Cookies, so insomniacs may have found an ideal bedmate, if THC less than 30% just doesn’t cut it.
Users who suffer from chronic nausea, migraines, headaches, depression, loss of appetite, or stress can enjoy Lilac Cookies even if they don’t need to sleep. For a decadent evening companion, this sparkling lady is a treat. If you treat her well, she’ll return the favor with interest.
I started on the couch and I can’t get up tasty and a feeling of floating spiritual high just soaring through the air smiling feeling then slowly descend peacefully slower and slower then thirsty drink that purple drank and relax cause you ain’t going nowhere …. We’re you going NOWHERE enjoy I bought 6 Oz. Of it today starting to become my favorite strain next to NortheernLight and GPD