GSC THCO Flower
The newly released GSC THCO flower takes everything you love about the traditional GSC varietal and ratchets it up.
Powered by organic, multi-cannabinoid kief, GSCO THCO flower is a more effective delivery platform for everything you love about traditional GSC: The earthy aroma, the sugary taste, and the knockout-level body buzz and euphoric effects. The only difference this GSC and the traditional variety is the extra potency and psychedelic charm of THCO.
Sometimes called Girl Scout Cookies, GSC has been wowing users since it first premiered. The strain has taken home top honors at several Cannabis Cup competitions held across the globe, and is among the best known and most consumed strains among cannabis enthusiasts.
Its popularity stems from its highly its highly enjoyable and potent effects. Because it’s a hybrid strain, it fires on all cylinders, providing the best of both indica and sativa-inspired sensations. If you’re looking for the ultimate cannabis experience, both in the mind and in the body, GSC strains provide top-level sensations that excite the mind while calming the body.
The plant itself is gorgeous. GSC is often easy to identify because of the large resin crystals that coat every bit of its exterior. Underneath these trichomes, light green leaves and wild orange hairs grow in swirls. Like its name implies, GSC has a sweet taste that many compare it to sugary baked goods. Its aftertaste introduces a bit of earthy spice, but the dominant sweet taste lingers on the tongue well after the exhale. The smell of GSC is both earthen and fruity. Many report a smell of damp berries.
The THCO in this product is made from 100% organic hemp flower. This multicannabinoid product is kiefed and then applied to GSC buds through our one-of-a-kind solventless process that leaves pure cannabinoids intact and delivers the absolute best THCO on the market.
What is the dominant strain in Platinum GSC?
The GSC comes in two phenotypes, Platinum GSC and Thin Mint GSC. It’s best to think of them as brothers. They both have the same parents, but have slight differences in their genetic makeup. While more similar than alike, it’s important to know the difference if you want to customize your cannabis experience.
Platinum GSC, sometimes referred to as Platinum Cookies, was created by crossing a sativa plant called Durban Poison with the hybrid strain OG Kush, which is known for its potent indica effects. Although it contains both indica and sativa genetics, one strain tends to dominate the mixture in terms of the effects it delivers.
That strain is OG Kush. On its own, OG Kush is one the best-known and most-respected strains in the game. But when combined with Durban Poison, it’s legendary. OGK is what gives GSC its powerful indica kick, adding soothing body sensations to the psychedelic mind high the strain produces. It’s this rare combination that has made GSC so lauded.
What strain type is GSC?
GSC is a clear hybrid. And it’s not always clear which side is more powerful. When you’re taking hits of GSC THCO flower, be prepared to experience both indica and sativa effects. And, like all THCO flower, get ready for a head high that blasts you through the atmosphere and into deep space.
The genetic profile of GSC is very close to a 50-50 split between indica and sativa, although most batches lean 60-40 indica. That’s an interesting split considering its parentage. As a cross between pure sativa and a 50-50 hybrid, the fact that GSC has more indica genes than sativa seems odd. But it turns out that some recessive genes are expressed in GSC that were previously hidden in its parents. It is the mix of those recessive alleles, combined with the potent genes it inherited directly from its parent plants, that fuel GSC with high-octane effects.
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What Strains Make Girl Scout Cookies?
Answers coming soon.
Is THCO a form of THC?
THCO is a molecule that occurs naturally in the cannabis plant. And while it shares many similarities with THC, it’s not a type of THC.
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