Do Si Dos

Do-Si-Dos Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
28 to 30%
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 to 10 weeks
Semi-Humid Climate
Growing Difficulty
Lime, Mint, Pine, Spicy, and Sweet

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Do-Si-Dos Marijuana Seeds Information

(AKA Dosey Do, Girl Scout Cookies Do Si Dos, Peanut Butter strain, Cookie Face strain or Raspberry Cookies strain.)

Created by Archive Seed Bank, Do-Si-Dos is a cross between potent Girl Scout Cookies with Face Off OG. It gives off a fragrance of sweet mint that’s accented by fresh lime and pine. Its buds have conical lime green nugs with bold amber hairs, purple leaves, and a sticky coating of resin that coats each and every bright frosty white trichome.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Do-Si-Dos?

Do-Si-Dos has a delicious minty cookie flavor.

Its fast and potent cerebral and body high brings euphoria and total relaxation that leads to a couch-lock. You will feel numb and sleepy. Highly sedative, Do-Si-Dos is ideally used in the evening time or just before bedtime.

What are the Medical Benefits of Do-Si-Dos?

Do-Si-Dos and its therapeutic properties are helpful in treating chronic pain, depression, insomnia, nausea, and stress. It is an effective analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, and relaxant.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Do-Si-Dos.

Greening out is possible when using Do-Si-Dos. Anxiety, dizzy spells, and worse, paranoia may occur in rare cases. This is due to overconsumption, so go slow with the doses, especially if you are a first-timer.

Moreover, dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes are side effects manifested from marijuana-induced dehydration. You have to increase your water intake to mitigate the mentioned negative reactions. You can also use an eye moisturizer drops to soothe those irritated, red eyes.

How to Grow Do-Si-Dos?

Do-Si-Dos thrives both indoors and outdoors. It likes a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Those looking to bring out the colorful purple potential of these flowers should “shock” it. This is done by temporarily exposing the plants to cold (but not freezing) nighttime temperatures just before flowering begins. As it grows, it a pungent odor reeks from it. To lessen the stink of the smell, odor control measures should be placed. Carbon filters or exhaust fans can be used. Outdoors, it is best to select a garden away from people who might be bothered by the offensive smell.

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