Sativa

GSC K.I.N.D. Resin

The GSC strain used to be known as Girl Scout Cookies, or occasionally Berner’s Cookies after the grower who claims to have invented the strain and is definitely responsible for popularizing its use across the US.

The strain generates an initial light, cerebral sort of positivity that often results in the user becoming very chatty and social. This is tied up within the generally-agreed stress-relieving component of GSC. Following this initial time, most users experience a more general relaxation sensation spreading across their whole body.

Physically, the Girl Scout Cookies strain is a cross of Durban Poison and OG Kush. With this pedigree, it’s no surprise that the resultant cross is intensely potent and should not really be used in any quantity by people with low tolerance levels.

On top of this potency, the intriguing flavor profile of GSC – which features the relatively common lemon paired with both cherry and mint – is highly popular among its devotees.

Girl Scout Cookies also stimulate the appetite, meaning having some of its namesakes around after trying that K.I.N.D. Resin strain isn’t a terrible idea.