Girl Scout Cookies x Blue Head Band

Girl Scout Cookies x Blue Head Band Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
500 grams. m2 (indoors); 400 grams per plant (outdoors
Flowering Period
8 to 10 weeks (indoors); October (outdoors)
Sunny, and Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
85 to 150 centimeters
Earthy, Lemon, Pine, Skunk, Spicy, and Sweet

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Girl Scout Cookies x Blue Head Band Marijuana Seeds Information

This well-balanced strain is the latest addition to the collection of amazing strains. Though it is elusive, cultivators favor this cannabis because it assures numerous yields. For those who are searching for an evenly balanced high will doubtlessly find pleasure in this ganja’s equally encouraging and calming effects.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Girl Scout Cookies x Blue Head Band?

During inhalation, its gentle, creamy fumes, the sharp tang of lemon, and sugary cherries please the palate. At the same time, a minty aftertaste will be evident during exhalation. The interactions between the parents’ evenly balanced high are no longer evident in the effects of this ganja. Similar to its antecedent, this hybrid cannabis provides the best of both worlds by hitting ideal stability between cerebral encouragements and physical composure. The great time to consume this ganja is in the late afternoon when the energy is beginning to decrease. The energizing effect of this cannabis gives motivation to the users before ending their long day. At the same time, the relaxing ability helps the users to traverse to a more relaxed feeling when the body uncoils and sets down to a cozy posture. When calmness and relaxation palliatives the senses, a feeling of drowsiness softly speeds the users up to the entrance of dreamland.

What are the Medical Benefits of Girl Scout Cookies x Blue Head Band?

Aside from its recreational benefits, this hybrid strain is also helpful in palliating several health disorders. This ganja is similar to a cup of coffee as it motivates an upbeat spirit and a lively euphoria that removes long-term fatigue and cerebral health issues like depression. It also encourages powerful anxiolytic possessions that do magic in palliating anxiety-provoking notions and response. This ganja also provides strong analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects that send enormous alleviation for long-standing back pain, migraines, fibromyalgia, and spasticity.

Those who are fighting with eating disorders, nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite can also doubtlessly take advantage of the anti-emetic and appetite-encouragement results of this hybrid ganja. When the voracious hunger is alleviated, sleep arrives instantly. With that, this ganja is a good option in mitigating insomnia.

Negative Effects You can expect from Girl Scout Cookies x Blue Head Band

Regardless of its outstanding mental abilities, this hybrid is still not exempted from providing common adverse reactions. Encountering cottonmouth and red eyes are classic. Also, it can activate spells of anxiety and paranoia, especially in too much consumption.

How to Grow Girl Scout Cookies x Blue Head Band?

Growing this even balance strain is an attempt that can effortlessly be done by new and skillful cultivators. With the help of its genealogy, this ganja is also resistant to molds, pests, and illnesses, and because of that, cultivating this outdoors is not a problem. Indoors, controlling 21 to 26 degrees Celsius of temperature and a humidity level of 40 to 50%, make this ganja healthy and prospering. Applying to prune can also be done in this cannabis. If cultivated using the SOG, anticipate a yield of 500-grams/ m2 that can be harvested after 8 to 10 weeks of the flowering phase.

At the same time, choosing to cultivate this outdoors will supply more rewards provided that the weather is applicable for its requirements. If grown in a warm, dry, and sunny location, this ganja can give 400 grams per plant of amazingly resinous nuggets that can be cropped in the middle of October.

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