The result is a strain known for producing euphoric effects with waves of full-body relaxation. GSC’s terpene profile includes limonene, beta- and trans-caryophyllene, alpha-pinene and linalool. So how does this measure up to similar products like Flint & Embers GSC Kush?
Check our review, rating and photos below.
The product arrived in a small white bag with resealable zipper top. Opening the package and inhaling deeply revealed a distinct Lemon and citrus aroma followed by a touch of pine. The limonene terpene definitely is strong in this strain.
Seeing GSC in person is quite nice. What stands out almost immediately is the glistening frosty trichomes on dense looking light green buds. Then there is the reddish-brown hairs marbled throughout which offer a nice contrast to the green. However we did notice some dark green leaves that could have been removed with a more detailed trimming job.
Wow – at some point I’ll have to make a list of favorite strains by flavour and this strain from Canna Farms will make my list. A wonderfully strong and refreshing sweet and citrusy lemon strikes a great balance making this flavour one that many can enjoy.
Our bag was part of lot CF0425T3462 with a package date of April 21, 2021. Listed with 22.8% THC content and a price tag of $45 for 3.5 grams, we felt between a nice appearance and flavour comes the best part – the creamy middle of these Girl Scout Cookies. The very strong high produced by this strain is one to be wary of and can even give high tolerance users a run for their money. While enjoying this particular bud, I scribbled down in point form notes what I could sum up on this high and my notes say it all: Dazed and day-dreamy.