Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies, a finisher at the 2014 Seattle Cannabis Cup, should not be mistaken for the similarly named Thin Mint. Thin Mint Cookies, as former is also known, is a cross of the legendary Girl Scout Cookies, the even more legendary OG Kush, and F1 Durban Poison. That combination makes for a potent, near even balance of sativa and indica genes (exact sativa/indica ratio unclear). The high includes both mental and physical effects, including a calming body buzz with strong hunger and sleepiness, together with a cerebral creative boost, mental relief, and psychoactive sensations. Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies is a great choice for patients who suffer from anxiety, depression, lack of appetite, and insomnia. It can be used any time of day, but is typically more effective at night. THC levels can be stratospheric, topping 24% in at least one test. CBD levels, though, are too low to recommend this strain to patients who suffer from seizures or other disorders that are treated with CBD. Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies as a minty flavor and smell, with sweet cookie notes. Adverse effects may include dry mouth and watery eyes. This strain isn’t as popular as its parents, but it sells well on the West Coast, in Nevada, and in Arizona.
About Thin Mint Cookies
The Thin Mint Cookies cannabis strain is a phenotype or lookalike of the famous Girl Scout Cookies strain. While not an exact hereditary replica of Girl Scouts, Thin Mint Cookies is similar in its observable characteristics. The strain became a hybrid when crossed with OG Kush and Durban Poison. An almost perfectly balanced hybrid, Thin Mint Cookies is 50 percent Sativa and 50 percent Indica.
The buds of Thin Mint Cookies smell like mint, hence the name, and taste sweet. Purple and dark green, this strain has a dense coat of crystals. As a hybrid and a copy of a legendary strain, Thin Mint marshals the forces of Indica and Sativa to give a powerfully blended potency. Thin Mint Cookie aficionados describe the sensation as both mental and physical. The body may feel sleepy and hungry, while the mind stays active and creative.
This strain is for the medically needy as it treats the pain, nausea, and appetite loss often found in serious disorders. THC content is high but CBD levels are low, making it unsuitable to calm seizure sufferers. Choose it for the sleepy effect and the waves of pain relief.
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.
While it also alleviates insomnia, arthritis, and stress, casual and recreational users often choose this strain due to its name recognition. In 2013, Thin Mint Cookies’ parent, Girl Scout Cookies, won 1st place for a Hybrid in the Cannabis Cup held in Denver, CO. The Thin Mint Cookie strain has placed in the top three in competitions in California and Washington.
To differentiate the strains, experts in the laboratory focus on the terpene and cannabinoid profiles because all cannabis buds produce THC. High terpene found in Thin Mint Cookies suggests its ancestry to Girl Scout Cookies, the caryophyllene, limonene, and linalool say Kush, while THCV indicates Durban Poison.
Because it is a child of famous strain, the hereditary lineage of Thin Mint Cookies is of interest. The original breeders of Girl Scout Cookies told High Times magazine that they crossed a mystery strain (F1) that they called their “secret sauce” with Durban Poison and OG Kush.