Peyote Cookies Marijuana Seeds Information
Peyote Cookies is a genetic mix of Peyote Purple and Cookies Kush. Created by Barney’s Farm, it gives off a delightful and earthy scent with a tropical overtone accented by nutty vanilla and a touch of fresh coffee.
The plant is a display of dazzling ruby red and purple colors. This bud has hard and dense spade-shaped olive-green nugs with purple hints, fiery red hairs, and a blanket of crystal clear trichomes.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Peyote Cookies?
Peyote Cookies is a blended taste of guava fruit mixed with the sweetness of vanilla and freshly brewed coffee.
Recommended to be used as an evening or nighttime marijuana, the fast-acting effects it brings right after exhaling. Its soothing effects will have you feeling relaxed for a few hours. You’ll feel happy just moments after smoking, taking you to a whole new level of relaxation. This soon takes over your entirety while making you want to stay in bed for the rest of the day.
What are the Medical Benefits of Peyote Cookies?
Indica dominant, its effects are similar to an appetite booster, analgesic, anti-depressant, and relaxant.
Peyote Cookies is therapeutic marijuana proven to be beneficial to those who have nausea, muscle spasms, loss of appetite, inflammation, depression, and chronic pain.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Peyote Cookies.
Adverse reactions are common to cannabis users. Rarely, greening out may occur. This is characterized by anxiety, dizzy spells, and worse, paranoia. Don’t fret; this is temporary and disappears after some time. Just go slow with your doses and toke in moderation.
Dryness of eyes may cause red eyes. Dry mouth may also occur. To wane the effects, down on a few glasses of water than your usual intake. Buy an artificial tear drop to help you rid of those irritated eyes.
How to Grow Peyote Cookies?
Peyote Cookies survives both an indoor or outdoor environment. It is short and squat and needs constant trimming and pruning. It is mold and mildew-resistant and perfect for novice growers.