Thin Mint GSC Marijuana Strain
Thin Mint, a hybrid cross containing Durban Poison and OG Kush genetics, is a phenotype of the legendary GSC strain. Dark green and royal purple hues peek through a heavy coat of crystals, with a sweet minty smell that gives a full explanation of this strain’s name. Thin Mint calls upon the powers of its indica, sativa, and hybrid ancestors for a powerful full-body effect that gives this strain its sterling reputation. The high psychoactivity of this strain is not for novice consumers, but patients with a variety of symptoms are giving Thin Mint their seal of approval: severe pain, nausea, swelling, insomnia, and appetite loss are no match for the potency of Thin Mint.
The well-balanced hybrid cannabis strain Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies is renowned for its sweet, minty scent and flavor similar to the actual cookies. Its buds are a dark green with royal purple highlights covered in frosty crystals.
The THC content of this strain can be as high as 24% but average in the high teens. Its high produces a balance of both physical and mental effects, relaxing the muscles and boosting one’s spirits into a state of euphoria. Some have noted that it can increase their creativity and imaginative thinking. It’s also known to help boost appetite, so have some actual thin mints around – you’ll be wanting some after a few hits.
Besides the usual dry mouth and sometimes dry eyes, this strain can create anxiousness in the consumer if too much is consumed at once.
Thin Mint girl Scout Cookies with was a finisher at the 2014 Seattle Cannabis Cup, and has become a popular strain on the West Coast, Nevada, and Arizona.