This mixpack contains 5 or 10 of each from these strains:
- Girl Scout Cookies Extreme feminized
- Cherry Pie feminized
- Candy Kush feminized
One thing that keeps some people away from smoking marijuana is the scent or the taste. While some are partial to pungent and skunky flavors, many find it unpleasant. That is what makes the Baked Sweets Mixpack so great. All of these strains are sweet in different ways, and all of them energize and relax the user. Better yet, they’re not even difficult to grow!
Girl Scout Cookies Extreme
Girl Scout Cookies Extreme comes from Durban Poison combined with OG Kush and was bred in California. Everyone loves Girl Scout cookies, but this strain will blow your mind even more than the actual cookies do. With its high THC content, the potent Girl Scout Cookies Extreme is going to take your mind into another world.
Growing this strain is pretty easy for beginners because of its significant resistance to mold and pests. It’s a high yielding strain as well, making it worth the effort of growing as your first strain. You can expect 21 ounces of weed per outdoor plant or 21 ounces per square meter of indoor growth.
Smoking Girl Scout Cookies Extreme is going to make you feel physically relaxed (to an extreme) without the couch lock. Your body will feel light as a feather while your mind stays alert, social, interested, and creative. If you are looking for a good medical strain, this one could be it as well. It helps with lack of appetite, nausea, pain, depression, insomnia, stress, and nervousness.
As you might guess from its name, Girl Scout Cookies Extreme tastes like Girl Scout cookies. It has a chocolatey mint taste with a touch of sweetness. Pepper, nutmeg, and brown sugar are all detected in it as well, thus leading to its cookie flavor.
This potent bud is for those looking for a cerebral, relaxing effect. It comes from African Durban Poison and Grand Daddy Purple, at least according to popular legend. It is an indica-dominant strain that is beloved for its fast-acting effects that hang around for longer than expected.
Cherry Pie has a flavor that is indeed reminiscent of its namesake. Sweet and sour combine in a delightful way, making you think of warm berries and cherries.
Cherry Pie is slightly susceptible to becoming hermaphroditic, but besides that, it isn’t too terribly difficult to grow. It likes sunshine and warmth and can be grown indoors or outdoors. If you do it right, you’ll get 14 ounces of weed per plant outdoors or 14 ounces of weed per square meter of growth indoors.
Candy Kush is another indica-dominant strain that has sweet flavors and delightful effects. Its parents are Blue Dream and OG Kush, both of which are likely to have come from California. Candy Kush relaxes you and makes you feel dreamy, happy, and hungry. Prepare some snacks before smoking this delicious strain.
Candy Kush predictably tastes good too. It is sweet with a hint of citrus and berry, much like fruity candies. The scent is even more reminiscent of fruity candies, drawing people in from the get-go.
Candy Kush is often used to help with stress, depression, pain, insomnia, lack of appetite, or PTSD. It doesn’t have the skunky or pungent scent of many strains of marijuana, making it easier for a lot of people to enjoy – especially those who are smoking it for medicinal purposes.
Candy Kush plants can get to about 60 inches in height, and outside of the grow room they actually prefer a somewhat cooler climate (especially when being grown outdoors). They resist mold easily, so if you’re a beginner who lives in a cooler climate, Candy Kush will be a great fit. You’ll end up with 14 ounces of weed per square meter when growing indoors or 17 ounces of weed per plant when growing outdoors.