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Atropa belladonna, Deadly Nightshade seeds

Atropa belladonna is a perennial plant that has other common names like deadly nightshade and belladonna. The plant belongs to Solanaceae family and is native to Europe, Western Asia and North Africa. Atropa belladonna grows to a height of 2m tall and does well in the normal weather condition. The plant can moderately withstand the harsh weather conditions. Atropa belladonna also has a long history to have been used for medicinal purposes.

Atropa belladonna is a flowering plant whose leaves are long and ovate. The plant often has branches and is fleshier. The flowers with a bell-shape are dull purple with faint scent and green tinges. The berries and fruits are green when not ripe and shiny black when fully ripe and mature. The berries have a sweet taste and are eaten by the animals that later disperse them. The berries and the foliage are however toxic to human consumption.

Atropa belladonna plant is hermaphrodite. The plant has both the female and male organs. For this reason, the plant fertilises itself through pollination enabled by the insects or wind. The plant has attractive flowers that produce nectar which invites the insects. The plant is then dispersed by the animals that feed on the fruit and drops them wherever they can.

Atropa belladonna plant was used by the Italian women as a cosmetic more so on the pupil to make them look seductive and attractive. This use is currently rare because of the diverse effects that the plant has. Atropa belladonna has also been used as herbal medicine for a long period to treat complains like muscle pain, menstruation problems and anti-inflammatory. Motion sickness and peptic ulcer are among the diseases treated by the plant’s remedy. The herbal medicine from the plant should be administered under a professional directive since it can result in severe side effects like blindness. For traditional medicinal purposes, Atropa belladonna plant was used by the witches to perform their various rituals.

The plant is very poisonous and for this reason, the ancient Romans used to make poisonous arrows from the plant. It was more of a weapon and other people used its poison for several varied reasons. The root of the plant is the most poisonous part and even contact with its single leaf can cause fatal issues. The Romans believed that a girl would be more attractive upon making an offering to the plant.

Growing from seeds:

These seeds need a stratification first, meaning that they have to be treated with cold for several weeks. This can easily be done by planting them directly into your garden at autumn and then they’ll start to germinate in spring.

Second option is just simulating the winter season by putting seeds, together with some soil, into the fridge for about 4-6 weeks.

Third option is a treatment with GA3 (Gibberellic acid) for about 6 hours. Then they can be planted directly. Instructions for GA3 usage can be found in the item description of this phytohormone right here in my store.

After stratification just sow about 5mm deep in well drained soil

Atropa belladonna, Deadly Nightshade seeds Atropa belladonna is a perennial plant that has other common names like deadly nightshade and belladonna. The plant belongs to Solanaceae family and is native to Europe, Western Asia and North Africa. Atropa

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Is Growing High-CBD Cannabis Different from Growing High-THC Cannabis?

If you’re thinking about growing hemp or high-CBD strains of cannabis in order to harvest the CBD, you may be wondering how similar the process is to growing cannabis for THC.

The process is remarkably similar, but not exactly the same.

On a biological and legal level, the only difference between hemp and high-CBD or high-THC cannabis plants is… the amount of THC and CBD. These are all simply different strains of the cannabis plant.

This plant in the front is a high-CBD strain of cannabis, with low levels of THC. Those plants in the back? They are all high-THC strains of cannabis. It’s hard to tell the difference, isn’t it? That’s because the only difference is the THC percentage.

Closeup of a bud on that same Critical+ CBD Auto plant

Hemp vs Cannabis vs Medical Marijuana: Like Different Strains of Roses

I look at my balcony and I have two rose bushes; a “Floribunda” and a “Fragrant Cloud”. They’re both strains of roses, but they grow differently and their flowers look and smell markedly different. The Floribunda grows lots of tiny orange roses that don’t have much of a smell, while the Fragrant Cloud makes just a few big hefty red roses that envelop the air with flowery perfume.

Each of these roses has their own “personality” but the actual plant care is basically the same. They get the same types of nutrients, watering, pruning, etc. This is basically what you’re looking at when it comes to different strains of cannabis, hemp or marijuana.

What is hemp and why is it legal?

Hemp was recently legalized on a federal level in the United States. But how is hemp different from cannabis?

There is exactly ONE difference between regular cannabis or marijuana and hemp….

The THC content. That’s it. You can have two strains of cannabis that look exactly the same, but if one contains less than 0.3% THC, it is considered hemp, while if it has even 0.4% THC by dry weight (in any part of the plant) it’s no longer considered to be hemp.

Learn more on the USDA government website (Excerpt: “The term ‘industrial hemp’ includes the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part or derivative of the plant including seeds, whether or not it is used exclusively for industrial purposes (fiber and seed). The tetrahydrocannabinols (THC) concentration is the distinguishing factor between industrial hemp and marijuana. Industrial hemp cannot have a THC concentration more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”)

I know it seems like it should be more complicated than that, but that’s it. “Industrial hemp” is basically any strain of cannabis with extremely low levels of THC. The strains of hemp used by farmers typically have also been bred for a specific purpose such as providing fiber.

These plants are a type of industrial hemp. This cannabis strain has been selected to produce negligible amounts of THC and strong fibrous stalks.

How to Grow Cannabis or Hemp for CBD

If you want to grow your own CBD, the most important thing is to start with a high-CBD strain. You can’t force a cannabis plant to produce more CBD than its genes allow, and many if not most popular cannabis strains contain high levels of THC and less than 1% CBD. Genetics is key!

  1. Choose a high-CBD strain of cannabis.Note: if a plant contains more than 0.3% THC it is not considered hemp. If you’re concerned with THC percentages and making sure you’re growing hemp, it’s extremely important to get a strain from a trusted breeder.
  2. Grow mostly like typical cannabis. Here’s a 10-step guide to getting set up and growing your own cannabis. Here are tips for increasing CBD when growing cannabis.
  3. Pay attention to harvest time. For the highest levels of CBD, you should harvest plants at the beginning of the harvest window. Both CBD and THC start to degrade as buds continue to mature. If you harvest buds late there are a few differences. Buds harvested on the later side usually have slightly lower levels of CBD and THC, but higher levels of CBN. As a result, buds harvested later tend to be less psychoactive (due to less THC), and are more likely to make you feel sleepy or have a strong body effect (due to more CBN). Because of the various ways cannabinoids interact with each other, it’s important to experiment with harvesting early vs later to see what works best for you. Just because harvesting early gives the absolute highest level of CBD doesn’t mean the resulting buds will work the best for you. You should experiment with different harvest times because every body reacts differently!
  4. Keep the leaves. CBD is contained not just in the flowers/buds of the plant, but also in the leaves. The CBD concentration is relatively low so the leaves are not suitable to smoke, but the CBD can be extracted by turning the leaves into things like butter, tincture or oil. Note: CBD extractions made from leaves are typically less concentrated/strong than extractions made from the actual flowers/buds.
  5. Extracting CBD. Unlike the leaves, the CBD-rich buds/flowers are often smoked or vaped. However, many people prefer to consume them in some type of edible form. This has a slower onset but the effects tend to be longer-lasting. For the most part, any method that extracts THC will also extract CBD, as they’re both cannabinoids that easily attach to oil. The problem is you can’t easily separate THC and CBD from each other. So if the starting plant matter has no THC, then a simple extraction into butter/oil/tincture will extract the CBD. But if you’re trying to get just CBD from plant matter that has both THC and CBD, well you need equipment for that! This is why it’s so important you start with the right strain. If the plant produces only the cannabinoids you want, you don’t have to do anything but extract and enjoy them.

We’re currently testing various methods to further increase CBD levels when growing small hemp plants indoors. We’re also collaborating with experts to produce the best butters, oils, tinctures and CBD-rich candies so you have access to professional quality CBD sources at home. Stay tuned!

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Waiting to Transplant

Mark Macdonald | March 29, 2020

Many plants benefit from a head start by sowing indoors during late winter and early spring. For a few crops, notably peppers and tomatoes , this indoor start is an absolute requirement if growing from seed. These tender, tropical plants will be killed outright by frost, and will show immediate signs of distress if exposed to cold spring weather. So the gardener’s strategy is to make an educated guess about when it will be warm enough to transplant them outdoors, and work backwards from that date according to which crop is involved.

Tomatoes, peppers, and many perennial flowers require a good six to eight weeks of indoor growing before even considering peeking outside. But that’s a long time for plants to grow, so here are some strategies to consider while you are waiting to transplant outdoors.

Light

Just about from the time the seeds are first placed into (or onto) the soil, bright overhead light is essential. With insufficiently strong light, seedlings will begin to grow tall and leggy from the very start. The seedlings are stretching their stem tissues, literally straining to get their leaves higher and closer to any light source so they can begin to photosynthesize and produce food for themselves. All seedlings do this, from tomatoes to palm trees.

If sufficient light is supplied, the seedlings have no need to strain and stretch, and they will remain stout and compact, with good colour and overall health. How does one provide sufficient light? Well, every grower has access to different tools. A heated greenhouse would be perfect for most seedlings, but these are expensive and few of us have access to them. So seedling lights are a smart option. Inexpensive T5 fluorescent tubes are available in several sizes. They produce full spectrum light in the frequency plants need for foliar growth. Even with a good double (or multiple) tube set up, it’s recommended that the tubes be kept 10cm (4″) above the tops of the seedlings. That may seem very bright, but one cannot over-apply light in this setting. The Growlight Garden is a self-watering kit with an adjustable hood that can be raised as the seedlings grow. And there lots of other ways to use the lights with adjustable stands . A superb, super-low energy alternative to T5 tubes is the recently developed LED light strips that fit most grow light fixtures.

Heat

Seedling Warmers do an amazing job of speeding up germination. They work with “bottom heat” which gently heats the soil above the ambient room temperature. This stimulates growth and really helps get plants started. But the gardener’s strategy is to keep the seedlings small and compact during this early indoor stage, so the mats should be removed or unplugged once germination occurs. Otherwise, they will continue to encourage fast growth, and the seedlings may become too large for their containers, or take up too much space indoors.

Even for heat-loving tomatoes and peppers, a warm growing space is not required during this nursery stage. Given ample light and a cool environment of around 18°C (64°F), the plants should grow slowly, but steadily, producing the healthiest transplants.

Air Movement

Seedlings will nearly always benefit from some movement of air indoors. This will help reduce excess moisture buildup and the possible mould and mildew problems that result from it. If their leaves and stems are subject to even slight movement, seedlings will develop stronger cell walls and be better prepared for the harsh elements of the great outdoors. If seedlings were started under domes, it’s a good idea to remove the domes after germination so that air can move freely and excess moisture can evaporate from the soil and trays. A very basic table fan is all that is needed to improve air movement for the benefit of seedlings.


Space

There are numerous reasons for encouraging compact growth while waiting to transplant seedlings outdoors. As seedlings grow, they begin to compete with their neighbours for light, and if they are planted together, for nutrients and moisture. The gardener’s strategy here is to prevent unnecessary competition between seedlings. So lots of light and a cool environment will help. But plants continue to grow beneath the soil just as quickly as they do above.

This is a good reason to not fertilize seedlings prior to transplant. Fertilizer produces strong, fast growth, which is not wanted at this early stage. Seeds contain enough food to produce the initial cotyledon or first pair of leaves. These are then used by the plants to produce their own food, through photosynthesis, to allow for the growth of new tissues. Until they need to really go to work at transplant time (and after), the plants need no further nutritional help.

Potting On

The phrase “potting on” describes the gradual transition from seedling tray to small pot, and from small pot to slightly larger pot, as needed, as the seedlings grow. If cold weather persists outdoors, transplanting may be delayed by weeks. And even with the light, space, and environment described above, most seedlings will eventually out-grow their root space.

Most plants are not bothered by potting on, but it should be done with great care not to damage the delicate root system, and without bruising the leaves and stem. Handling seedlings by the root ball is often safest. Refer to specific instructions about each type of plant in question.

Some plants respond very poorly to transplanting, so if they absolutely must be started indoors, it’s a good strategy to use peat , coir , or newspaper pots , or Cow Pots , that can be transplanted, pot and all, into a larger container, or into the garden row. This prevents the seedling from having its roots disturbed, and they will eventually penetrate the pot as it biodegrades in the soil. Soil Blockers are a fantastic alternative for small farms or nurseries, or wherever large numbers of seedlings need to wait for transplanting.


When to Transplant?

The question of when to transplant seedlings is absolutely tied to regionality. The last average frost date in a given region is a very general tool for estimating how many weeks later is appropriate for transplanting. A basic plan can be used by employing our Regional Planting Charts , but it takes careful management to get this right. For peppers, tomatoes, and most tender seedlings, a good rule of thumb is to wait until night time temperatures are steadily at (or above) 10°C 50°F before even contemplating transplants outdoors. It may work earlier with the help of a greenhouse, cloche cover, or cold frame, but that’s another subject.

All seedlings will benefit from hardening off – the process of gently acclimatizing to direct sunlight, cool temperatures, wind, and night/day temperature fluctuations. These can all cause transplant stress, so hardening off is a key step to success.

Summary

I like to think of the indoor seedling stage as an artificial holding area. We want the seedlings to be at their peak possible health once we transplant them. Before that, though, they’re still young. They’re still in school. Only when they actually get transplanted do we put them to work. It’s that key point when they’ll benefit from organic fertilizer to give them the push into the proper growing season. After transplanting is the real time to help these plants accomplish their goal, to mature, and to produce the leaves and fruits that make all this work worth while.

Learn some expert gardening advice on when to transplant seedlings, along with some key organic gardening strategies for producing the healthiest seedlings.

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Can You Tell if a Cannabis Seed is Male or Female?

Friday August 17, 2018

W hen it comes to growing cannabis, sex is important. Not that kind of sex! We’re talking gender, as in being able to discern male from female. The reason for this is simple enough: only female seeds produce flower, also known as the buds you might have in your stash as we speak.

When it comes to growing cannabis, seeds can be male, female or hermaphrodites. Females produce the resin-secreting flower, and males make small sacs of pollen near the base of the leaves. Over the years, cultivators have learned that un-pollinated females (remember, males produce pollen) continue to make resin and flowers that have not been pollinated are much more likely to produce high-potency cannabis. But is there a way to know if a seed is female before growing?

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Determining if a Seed is Male or Female

If what you’ve got is a handful of seeds, it’s pretty much impossible to tell which ones are male or female. The only way true way to tell the plant’s gender is to plant some seeds, then wait. After a period of several weeks, it will begin to pre-flower, or form a small bud in the crux of a branch. One of the first signs your cannabis plant is female is the appearance of pistillates that are wispy and generally white in color.

If you’re looking for more precise, science-based methods to tell your plant’s gender, there are several labs that can sex your plant right after germination – eliminating the lengthy (usually around 6 weeks) wait to learn its gender. Portland, Oregon start-up Phylos Bioscience is in the business of studying cannabis genetics, and they sell a “plant sex kit” that’s pretty simple to do, even for the not scientifically-inclined. Simply press a cotyledon, or embryonic leaf, onto the kit’s filter paper and send it to their lab. They then test the leaf for the “Y” chromosome to determine its gender, just as would happen for a human male.

What are Feminized Seeds?

While it’s basically not possible to determine the sex of a seed from a random bag of seeds, a practice known as feminizing is becoming quite popular. Feminized seeds are selectively bred to produce female plants, however, some growers do worry about some feminized seeds turning into hermaphrodites.

Despite the potential for hermies, if growing cannabis is more hobby than full-time endeavor, and you want to guarantee you’ll have some consumable product, knowing your seeds are female from the beginning is probably your best bet.

There are many companies that sell feminized seeds, but, buyer beware, do your research to make sure the seller is reputable, especially if purchasing online. Thanks to modern technology, most feminized seeds from reliable brands will be 100% female as advertised – but that doesn’t mean there aren’t people selling low-quality seeds out there.

Methods for Feminizing Cannabis Plants

If you have some experience growing cannabis and would like to bend a crop to your will to ensure that the seeds will be female, there are a few feminizing methods you might try. One such technique is to literally stress out a healthy female plant by interrupting the light cycle during flowering, called Rodelization Feminizing.

In the colloidal silver feminizing method, distilled water is mixed with pure silver and sprayed on female plants. This method works best when the plants are flowering. This results in pollen sacs being formed, which will allow the seeds to produce female plants.

Feminizing via the silver thiosulfate technique involves carefully selecting a nearly mature female plant, then spraying it with 50/50 mix of sodium thiosulfate and silver nitrate. This triggers a gender change, from female to male. Place this plant back with the others to pollinate other female plants, and female seeds are created.

How Important is Your Plant’s Sex?

How much time you want to spend figuring out the sex of your cannabis plants really depends on how much time and energy you’d like to devote to growing your own marijuana. If you are a medical cannabis patient or caregiver, for example, and need to know what kind of cannabis you are getting every time, buying feminized seeds from a trusted seller is the way to go. But, if you have some time, consider yourself a green thumb, and want to experiment with your grow, you could simply plant your seeds and see what comes up. Happy growing!

What are your thoughts on feminized seeds? If you’ve used them before, how did it go? Share your experiences in the comments below!

Erin Hiatt is a New York City-based writer who has been covering the cannabis industry for more than six years. Her work – which has appeared in Hemp Connoisseur Magazine, PotGuide, Civilized, Vice, Freedom Leaf, MERRY JANE, Alternet, and CannaInvestor – covers a broad range of topics, including cannabis policy and law, CBD, hemp law and applications, science and technology, beauty, and psychedelics.

If you're interested in growing cannabis, determining the sex of your plant is a critical aspect in the cultivation process. Learn whether or not you can tell if a marijuana seed is male or female and more information about feminized seeds.

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Do-Si-Dos

Do-Si-Dos is an indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain with qualities similar to its parent, OGKB, a GSC-phenotype. With glittering trichomes, bright pistils, and lime green and lavender leaves, this strain is a feast for eyes. Its aroma is pungent, sweet, and earthy with slight floral funkiness. These classic OG aromas blend nicely with medical-grade body effects that lean toward the sedative side with the addition of Face Off OG genetics. Enjoy a stoney, in-your-face buzz off the start that melts down over the body, prettifying the consumer with relaxation that emanates outward.

Do-Si-Dos is an indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain with qualities similar to its parent, OGKB, a GSC-phenotype. With glittering trichomes, bright pistils, and lime green and lavender leaves, this strain is a feast for eyes. Its aroma is pungent, sweet, and earthy with slight floral funkiness. These classic OG aromas blend nicely with medical-grade body effects that lean toward the sedative side with the addition of Face Off OG genetics. Enjoy a stoney, in-your-face buzz off the start that melts down over the body, prettifying the consumer with relaxation that emanates outward.

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Real girl scout cookies seeds

It’s hard to imagine something as tasty and memorable as a real brownie cookie. It is probably one of the reasons why Girl Scout Cookies is one of the most famous and popular types of weed in the world.

Actually, it is logical and fair that this cannabis strain shares a name with some of the most universally loved cookies. After all, the taste of Girl Scout Cookies weed is amazing. Yet, that is not the only reason why this plant is so popular and why you should grow this plant with our feminized Girl Scout Cookies seeds.

Getting curious? Awesome! Read on!

Benefits and features of Girl Scout Cookies:

  • Ideal for medicinal use
  • Easy to grow
  • Delicious taste

Origin

GSC was developed by a group of collectors from San Francisco Bay (California) and is the result of a cross between Durban Poison x OG Kush. Girl Scout Cookies is now a ruler within the cannabis industry and is used as the basis for many award-winning strains. Think for example of the powerful Gelato. Nevertheless, the original Girl Scout Cookies strain remains the favorite weed of many connoisseurs.

How to grow Girl Scout Cookies? (Indoor and outdoor)

Our Girl Scout Cookies marijuana seeds (also known as GSC) are the perfect choice for both novice and advanced growers who are seeking a species with a high THC content.

The GSC cannabis seeds are often used for indoor growing, but in many parts of the world they are also used for outdoor growing. In fact, in regions with optimal growing conditions (mild night-time temperatures), growers even prefer to grow outdoors. Especially as this can result in a very impressive yield and the appearance of the plant which takes on beautiful deep dark blue colours. Sometimes even accompanied with purple leaves at the end of the flowering period.

Do you like to use or experiment with growing techniques? You are not the only one! Many growers like to experiment with GSC, trying to shape the structure into a spherical shape. This is not only aesthetically pleasing, but by growing in this way more of the plant can receive optimal light, increasing the yield.

Either way, our Girl Scout Cookies feminized seeds are the perfect choice if you’re looking to apply cultivation techniques. This is because the plant develops long winding branches that are also pliable. This makes the plant ideal for various growing techniques such as the “Screen Of Green method” or LST. The many branches and rapid growth will quickly fill the mesh and result in an optimal harvest.

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It is advisable to place poles during the vegetative phase to give the plant direction. During flowering the poles will fully support the branches and this may be necessary as the buds can become quite heavy because of their compact structure!

Flowering time

Indoors the flowering time is about 7-9 weeks to bloom and ripen well. Outdoors, in the northern hemisphere, you can expect to harvest in the course of autumn. In the southern hemisphere most growers harvest around mid-April.

Striking about flowering is the production of resin that is significantly above average. This makes the plant very suitable for making cannabis extractions.

Size of the plant

Similar to many other species, our Girl Scout Cookies is a medium sized plan which is ideal for filling the growing space!

Yield

In 25 liter pots you can place up to 4 plants per m2 and make optimal use of your growing space to achieve maximum results. GSC buds are not particularly large, but due to their high density they weigh quite a bit. When growing indoors 500 grams per m2 is certainly not unthinkable! What’s more, the weed is top quality!

Do you grow outdoors and plant early in the season in a place with lots of direct sunlight, enough water and nutrients? Then there is a good chance of a big harvest! Outdoors, one plant can yield more than half a kilo!

Effects of Girl Scout Cookies

At the first few puffs you feel a tingling sensation that warns you that the effect will be strong. The effect of Girl Scout Cookies is obvious both physically and mentally.

The high is delicious. Cheerful, relaxed, creative and soothing. Physically you feel wonderfully relaxed which is a great advantage and relieve for many who suffer from chronic pain.

Side effects

It is advisable to have enough food at hand as “munchies” are a common side effect.

Smell and taste of Girl Scout Cookies

As mentioned before, Girl Scout Cookies is the ideal name for this species.

The aroma resembles that of freshly baked cookies. The smoke is smooth, soft and pleasant so excessive coughing is rare. Her taste is sweet, with mint and earthy undertones. In short: a real treat!

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Girl Scout Cookies is a pure classic strain and easy to grow. It is also a beautiful plant!

Her spicy blend of sweetness and earthy notes are delicious, but her buzz is the real reason she’s the winner of an incredible amount of awards. She puts you on a rocket of euphoria combined with a whole body relaxation and without a “couchlock”. That’s good, because you probably want to make good use of that energy and creativity!

Ready for a new grow? Buy your Girl Scout Cookies seeds online today!

Specifications Girl Scout Cookies feminized seeds

THC level 23%
CBD level 0.7%
Variety 80% Indica / 20% Sativa
Genetics OG Kush x Durban Poison
Max yield indoor 450 to 500 grams/m2
Max yield outdoor 550 to 650 grams/m2
Height indoor 80 to 100 cm
Height outdoor 150 to 190 cm
Flowering time 49 to 63 days
Fungal Resistance High
Growersprofile Beginner
Cultivation Indoor, Outdoor, Greenhouse
Climate Polar, Temperate, Mediterranean, Arid, Tropical, Mountains
Flavors Chocolate, Earthy, Fruity, Lemon, Spicy, Sweet, Pepper, Woody
Effects Calming, Creative, Euphoric, Happy, Relaxed, Sleepy, Social, Uplifting
SOG suitable yes
SCROG suitable yes

FAQ of Girl Scout Cookies feminized

How to grow the girl scout cookies strain?

Girl Scout Cookies can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Training methods that can be applied are: SOG, SCROG, pruning, lollipopping and fimming.

What strain is girl scout cookies?

Girl scout cookies is the strain that contains the genetics from OG Kush x Durban Poison.

Girl Scout Cookies feminized strain review

The latest reviews on Girl Scout Cookies feminized seeds, do you have experience with this strain? Share your experience with other customers and write a review about the Girl Scout Cookies feminized strain.

4.5 / 5 stars out of 22 reviews

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Discreetly packaged – The shipments we send are very discreet without any reference to cannabis or cannabis seeds

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