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Animal Mints

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Calm
  • Sleepy
  • Tingly

Pairs Well With

  • Doing Nothing
  • Sleeping
  • Spa
  • Watching TV/Movies

About this Hybrid Strain

If you’re a fan of cannabis strains that smell like baked concoctions, Animal Mints won’t disappoint. This strain is a cross between the popular Animal Cookies, GSC, and Blue Power strains. Its scent has been compared to cookie dough and vanilla biscotti, with hints of pecans, diesel, and mint undertones.

The beautiful buds of Animal Mints have various shades of greens and teals, with a thick coat of trichomes that lighten its tones. Flowering time for Animal Mints is 8 to 10 weeks and is best suited for more seasoned growers.

THC levels of Animal Mints have been known to test up to 32%, so be conscious of this when portioning a serving for yourself. More often, batches of Animal Mints have THC levels that average in the teens, however, showing how widely the results vary.

Users have reported that the strain is both relaxing and euphoric, and that it has the potential to help those with insomnia get some needed sleep. Because many users have reported becoming sleepy after trying Animal Mints, it’s been described as an excellent nighttime strain.

Those using Animal Mints for medicinal purposes have found relief for symptoms associated with stress, depression, pain, insomnia, and even muscle spasms. Its prominant terpenes are Beta Myrcene, Alpha Pinene, and Limonene.

If you're a fan of cannabis strains that smell like baked concoctions, Animal Mints won't disappoint. This strain is a cross between the popular Animal Cookies, GSC, and Blue Power strains. Its scent has been compared to cookie dough and vanilla biscotti, with hints of pecans, diesel, and…