Parents: Ghost OG x Girl Scout Cookies

Breeder: Deschutes Growery

Appearance: Large, long, dense buds; deep olive greens, with some deep purple leaves

Scent: Berry, Earthy, Woody, Piney, Citrusy

Flavour: Skunky, Woody, Sweet 

Initial Effects: 

  • Uplifted mood and euphoria
  • Tingling facial sensations that manifest as a large grin
  • Happiness and giggles
  • Pain relief and relaxation

Later Effects: 

  • Intense couch-lock
  • Sleepiness

Side Effects: 

  • Dry Mouth
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dizziness
  • Paranoia

Medical Uses: 

  • Pain
  • Insomnia
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle Spasms

The effects of Ghost Cookies start off with euphoria and tingles that will plaster an involuntary smile across your face and give you some very happy and giggly feelings. Although, sooner than you might expect, the effects creep into some deep relaxation, which will almost definitely translate to couch-lock, depending on the dose. If you are not careful, that couch-lock can lull you to sleep without you even noticing. However, I’ve never achieved a sleep longer than a few hours after using this strain. Ghost Cookies usually allows more of a power nap, which is shortly accompanied by a jolt into awakening, and then is followed by confusion about how I ended up asleep and how long I was gone for.

This strain has massive buds that I forgot to take a proper photo of, but you can still look thru my Instagram feed to see me using one nearly 7 gram bud of ghost cookies as a moustache. Although, the image that I’ve provided here is still quite nice, as the partially ground flower exposes some of the beautiful deep purple colours in the bud.

This strain has the powerful, relaxing properties, and the berry-licious smell that you might expect from a Cookie strain. Unfortunately though, the initial high seems short lived, and the comedown also comes really hard. I usually love my sugary Cookie strains, although Ghost Cookies did not quite hit the sweet spot.

Related Strain: Platinum Girl Scout Cookies

Related Strain: Durban Cookies

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