White Cookies is a potent hybrid enjoyed for its ability to stimulate appetite and curb pain. White Cookies is made by crossing White Widow and Girl Scout Cookies. With high potency on both sides of this cross, White Cookies utilizes the sweet, uplifting euphoria of the old school and masterfully blends it with new school OG elements that relax the body.
Enjoy White Cookies with a side of cookies as this strain will give you the munchies as well as soothe chronic pain and help mitigate stress. The strain is bred by Crop King Seeds.
Indica Dominant Hybrid – 70% Indica / 30% Sativa
THC: 15% – 20%, CBD: 11%
This flavor is a super delicious indica dominant hybrid strain created through crossing the infamous White Widow X Girl Scout Cookies strains. Although hard to come by, you’ll find yourself begging for another bite of these sweet cookies once you feel its roller coaster ride of mind and body effects.
The high starts with a euphoric rushing onset that launches your mind into complete happiness that instantly erases any negative or racing thoughts. As this effect builds, you’ll start to become more social and pretty giggly at times, losing yourself to bouts of laughter for no good reason at all. This state can become pretty Stoney in the head at times, leaving you sleepy and ravenously hungry.
Thanks to this myriad of effects and its high 15-20% average THC level, the strain is often chosen to treat conditions such as chronic pain, depression nausea, anorexia, and chronic stress.
As its name suggests, this bud has a sweet vanilla cookie flavor with hints of minty chocolate and a surprising burst of pepper on exhale. The smell is of earthy herbs and lemon with a notable nutty cookie effect that’s slightly pungent. Buds have lumpy round light minty green nugs with yellow undertones and matching trichomes.
Effects of White Cookies-
72% of people report feeling relaxed
44% of people report feeling happy
44% of people report feeling euphoric
26% of people report feeling dry mouth
13% of people report feeling dry eyes
6% of people report feeling anxious
26% of people say it helps with stress
25% of people say it helps with anxiety
16% of people say it helps with depression