About Cookies Kush
The coffee shops of Amsterdam are sacred places where you can find some of the best buds the world has to offer, so it’s no surprise that there’s an entire category at the High Times Cannabis Cup that is specifically for the strains born in the poorly lit, but constantly buzzing cornerstone businesses of Amsterdam. Barney’s Coffeeshop combined Girl Scout Cookies with a Rolex phenotype of OG Kush to create a gold medal strain that took home 1st place at the aforementioned competition. but what really makes this strain special is the pairing of 3% CBD. This creates a nice heady high that relaxes your body and lifts your spirits. As you might guess by the name, Cookies Kush has strong muscle spasms, and insomnia as it will leave you feeling extremely sleepy as you start to come down. Though it has a lot of positives, we’d be remiss to not include the potential negatives. This strain can agitate paranoia or anxiety in those who are easily swayed by cannabis. Red eyes, dry eyes, cottonmouth, and the munchies are additional side effects that may be cause for concern. won’t be too difficult if you have some experience with other finicky plants. It is recommended for intermediate growers or above and will provide those green thumbs with a high yield. These plants aren’t the biggest, averaging about 1 ½ to 3 feet in height and require temperate, warm climates. Though this is from the Cookies family, it throws users for a loop as it doesn’t have that classic cookie flavor. Don’t get too caught up in that, because the high itself is confusing enough. Many users have described this strain as mind-bending due to it truly being two sides of the same coin, blurring the lines between where the indica begins and the sativa ends.